The Tyler School of Art at Temple University is one of the nation’s leading schools for art and design. Temple engaged DIGSAU and Arup for strategic planning and subsequent School of Art renovations to focus resources towards Tyler’s vision for community, collaboration, and interdisciplinary interaction.


DIGSAU and Arup began with a comprehensive space assessment of the existing facilities and programs

including studios, classrooms, galleries, and administrative spaces. The study explored current and projected program needs, access and circulation, building capacity, and programmatic adjacencies that

resulted in a phased renovation.


The renovations include newly constructed gallery space, a state-of-the art digital media center, offices,

Classrooms, and community space. 

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Job Posting: Architectural Designer

We are seeking a full-time architectural designer with exceptional graphic and illustration skills as well as drafting abilities. The roles and responsibilities of the Architectural Designer position include broad exposure to many aspects of project design and delivery, including participation in developing design concepts, creating presentation materials, working on construction documents, and assisting in construction administration. The candidate must be adaptable and able to work to prioritizing tasks with Project Architect supervision; demonstrate an imaginative, creative and innovative design solutions to technical problems; be flexible, a motivated multi-tasker, detail-oriented, and a hard-working team player. View full role description here. 



If you would like to be considered for an internship or full-time position, e-mail a cover letter, resume, references and portfolio to as one PDF document.  Please limit attachments to 2MB.  We will respond to you should the appropriate opportunity be available.  No phone calls please.