The School of Architecture and Urban Planning building opened in 1994 and provides classroom, office, and studio spaces for faculty and students in Architecture and Urban Planning.

The School of Architecture and Urban Planning building opened in 1994 and provides classroom, office, and studio spaces for faculty and students in Architecture and Urban Planning. The Commons is a large 2-story open area with enormous glass doors overlooking a green space right outside the building. The hallways of the building are used continuously as gallery space to display the architecture and design drawings and models produced by students.

Explore the home of Wisconsin’s only accredited graduate architecture program, and an esteemed urban planning department. The School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee features newly remodeled spaces and cutting-edge resources, including a Rapid Prototyping Lab, gallery and woodshop. Get a look behind the scenes of the state’s innovative architecture and urban planning education institution.

Address
2131 East Hartford Avenue

Saturday Hours
10 am - 3 pm

Sunday Hours
Not Open

Photography
Photography, Video, Tripods Permitted

Handicapped Accessible
Fully wheelchair accessible

Passport Site