‘Absolute Light Show’

A collage of colorful interchanging images is projected onto the wall of the Langford Architecture Center last April as part of “Absolute Light,” the semester-culminating lighting exhibit featuring work by students in Jill Mullholland’s conceptual lighting studio. Click on image to enjoy more photos by John Peters.


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  • Yearlong 2nd Century Celebration to
    mark 100 years of Aggie architecture

  • Students pursue interdisciplinary
    accord while envisioning garden

  • $5 million renovation under way
    to Langford Architecture Center

  • Brody earns NSF Career Award for flood
    mitigation, watershed management research

  • Rudder's Rangers' D-Day landing site to be
    surveyed by Texas A&M preservation team

  • Professor’s architectural installation
    takes off at College Station airport

  • Six experimental multimedia artists
    visit college as artists in residence

  • CHUD's Laredo office earns TDHS Community
    Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service

  • 2004 Rowlett Lecture examines history,
    philosophy of RTKL architecture firm

  • HRIL symposium examines innovative
    conservation technologies, practices

  • Class Acts: Former students touch base
    with Texas A&M College of Architecture

  • Landscape architecture, land development
    degrees were right choice for Mayor Garza

  • Former students honor Michael Murphy, Jim
    Smith with professorship endowment gifts

  • Former Texas A&M professor, alumnus heads
    Architecture Dept. at Tuskegee University

  • Former student assists in restoration
    of hot shot furnace at Fort Jefferson

  • Aggie's "memory glasses" have
    a wide range of applications

  • Aggies help Lake/Flato earn
    AIA Architecture Firm Award

  • Fighting urban sprawl: Students' designs
    chosen for nationally recognized community

  • Graduate A&M architecture students assist
    Corinth church, city in site plan development

  • Construction student learns life
    lessons while interning in Iraq

  • AIAS chapter raises funds for
    Cambodian Land Mine Museum

  • College's visualization program
    showcases Aggie digital wizardry

  • AIAS students paint mural copying sketch
    of English hamlet by Professor Woodcock

  • Better Buses: Architecture students
    design better, safer school buses

  • Students develop site plan for 19.6-acre campus supporting Bryan Christian outreach ministry

  • Outstanding graduate students
    honored by women in science

  • AICP recognizes urban design studio with
    honorable mention for Palacios project

  • Winner of AGC Gene Murphree Award
    inspired by her Laotian parents' spirit

  • Mission work sparked top student's
    interest in construction science

  • Architecture student earns prestigious
    Kappa Beta Phi Honorific Scholarship

  • Thomas A. Bullock Endowed Chair in Leadership and Innovation awarded to CRS Center director, Johnson

  • Associate dean named Peña Endowed
    Professor for Information Management

  • Haque appointed first Windsor
    Professor of Construction Science

  • Regents award honors A&M architecture
    prof who created Peckerwood Garden

  • Associated General Contractors names
    Williamson 2004 outstanding educator

  • Return of a native son: Prof heads
    to Bangladesh as a Fulbright Scholar

  • Ward Wells named distinguished
    alum at Kansas State University

  • Distinguished lecture to focus on
    evolution of historic preservation

  • A&M professors named co-editors
    of architecture history journal

  • Duszan Poniz dies; architecture prof
    remembered as exceptional educator