The College of Architecture is a place for students to advance their creativity and skills. Our on- and off-campus resources facilitate student projects and high-impact learning.

Automated Fabrication & Design Lab

The Automated Fabrication & Design Lab (Fab Lab) is the College of Architecture’s large-scale research and fabrication lab, containing CNC routers, welding equipment and much more. The lab provides services for all colleges within the university system and outside clientele.

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Francis Hall

Francis Hall is the first stand-alone facility in Texas dedicated to construction education. Designed with visible mechanical, electrical, and structural systems, the building is a virtual learning laboratory.

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Higher Education Center at McAllen

The Texas A&M Higher Education Center at McAllen provides top-tier academic programs to the Rio Grande Valley, including the same construction science curriculum practiced at the flagship campus in College Station.

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Langford A

Langford A is the administrative and social hub for the College of Architecture. It also houses classroom, studio and office space for the departments of architecture and landscape architecture and urban planning.

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Langford B

Langford B holds the largest gathering spaces in the college, where presentations, exhibits and events are often held.

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Langford C

Langford C is home to classrooms, labs, and visualization offices. The building serves as its own gallery with projects displayed along walls and around every corner.

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Scoates Hall

Scoates Hall is the home to many research center offices. The building is shared between the College of Architecture and College of Engineering.

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MakerPlace

The MakerPlace provides 3D printing services and an open-use working area for students, faculty and staff.

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Schob Nature Preserve

The Schob Nature Preserve is the perfect place to study the natural environment. The 7.44-acre property is a neighborhood park, research site, and classroom for students in the College of Architecture and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.

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Woodshop

The Woodshop is a safe fabrication space for construction and woodworking projects. It offers a wide array of hand tools, power tools, and machinery.

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Located on the second floor of Langford A, the Wright Gallery displays visual art exhibits which honor diversity in all forms. The gallery serves as a center for campus and community visual arts engagement, education and enjoyment.

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Located in downtown Bryan, the COA North Gallery + Studio meets the college’s increasing need for flexible classroom, studio and exhibit space.

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