Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture



A City for Children

Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850-1950

Marta Gutman

Physical spaces offer a unique and useful tool to grasp childhood as an ideal imagined by adults, as an arena shaped by social relationships, and as an experience of children. Since space is where childhood is lived, the material world offers a treasure trove of historical evidence of how children use, interpret, shape, and imagine their everyday lives. Physical spaces,

Awards & Honors4.24.2015

Beverly Willis Foundation Leadership Awards Gala

SSA Student Attends Beverly Willis Gala

Chitra Mamidela

With compliments of the Dean’s Office, third-year B.Arch. student Chitra Mamidela attended the Beverly Willis Foundation Leadership Awards Gala on 26 February 2015. Speaking about the event, Chitra notes: “Beverly Willis continues to inspire emerging female professionals like myself to achieve the highest goals. Attending the gala provided a wonderful opportunity to meet important women