All students working toward a Bachelor of Architectural Studies participate in studio projects in their third and fourth year of study. Studio projects are an essential educational experience for architecture students. They provide an opportunity for students to develop professional-level experience by applying, honing, integrating, and extending previously acquired knowledge and skills.

By working together on studios, the ASAU (The Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism) and its partners launch critical research, create and disseminate new knowledge and train young architects who will launch ideas and building projects that will shape our community now and into the future.

The Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism continues to expand the subjects of its design studios to engage in architecture’s relationship to some of the challenging problems of our time, including global issues of migration, climate change and inequality.

The Architecture Studio Fund supports the costs of materials, construction, logistics (ex. site visits), guest lecturers and exhibitions.