The College of Architecture is primarily housed in the three buildings that incorporate the Langford Architecture Center on the east side of the Texas A&M University main campus in College Station, Texas, which is adjacent to the city of Bryan.
Texas A&M University sits in the middle of the Texas Urban Triangle, an area formed by U.S. Interstates 10, 35 and 45. Below are basic directions to the University Center Parking Garage for visitors traveling from the three nearest cities - Austin, Dallas and Houston.
The Langford Architecture Center, located on the east side of campus, is served by parking lot # 54, which requires a parking permit. Visitor parking is available for a fee at locations across the Texas A&M campus. Details, including garage locations and rates, are available on the Transportation Services website.
Easterwood Airport, located in College Station adjacent to the Texas A&M campus, is served by Continental and American airlines with connecting flights to and from Houston and Dallas.
The Texas A&M College of Architecture's Digital Fabrication Facility, also known as the Architecture Ranch, is located on the Texas A&M Riverside Campus, which is approximately 10 miles from the university's main campus in College Station. The Riverside Campus entrance is on the west side of State Highway 47 just south of the highway's intersection with State Highway 21.