Over the past four months, graduate architecture students have digitally designed, modeled, and constructed prototypes for Spectroplexus, a new, 100-foot-long public sculpture that is being commissioned by St. Louis Lambert International Airport.

This annual exhibition features the work of graduating students in the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design.

Architect and urban designer Anu Samarajiva is deeply attuned to the particularity of place and to the ways social networks shape our experience of the built environment. She graduates wanting to help people think about how social, political, and economic systems impact their lives.

On view May 12 – August 6, 2017

A ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony on May 5 marked the start of WashU's east end, the largest capital investment on the Danforth Campus.