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Celebrating 100 Years of Architecture at CCA

We celebrate 100 cumulative years of architecture at CCA with Interior Design, BArch, and MArch programs turning 50, 35, and 15 respectively. To mark the 35th anniversary of the Bachelor of Architecture program, Peggy Chiang and Tim Perks, early graduates of the program, join David Meckel, founding Director, for a chat about the early days of architecture at CCA(C). And to mark Interior Design’s 50th anniversary, Faculty Emeritus Hank Dunlop will catch up with alumni Gary Hutton and Larry Peifer, current chair Amy Campos, and former chair Katherine Lambert to tell stories about their time learning and teaching at the college and discuss the rapidly changing field of Interior Design, reflecting forward to what it might look like 50 years from now. The stories in this collection are published on the Architecture Division’s new site, Scaffold, marking 100 years of architecture and interior design at CCA by highlighting the work of students, faculty, and alumni.

Image: Aerial view of architectural models at the End of Year Architecture and Design exhibition on the CCAC 1700 17th Street SF Campus, 1992.


Podcast: David Meckel in conversation with Peggy Chiang and Tim Perks

To mark the 35th anniversary of the Bachelor of Architecture program, Peggy Chiang and Tim Perks, early graduates of the program, join David Meckel, founding Director, for a chat about the early days of architecture at CCA(C).

Image: CCAC’s 1700 17th Street campus for design and architecture.


Podcast: Reflecting Forward at 50 with Hank Dunlop

At the Interior Design Program’s 50th Anniversary, alumni Gary Hutton and Larry Peifer, current chair Amy Campos, and former chair Katherine Lambert, tell stories and reflect forward with Faculty Emeritus Hank Dunlop.

Image: Richard Cory's Interior Design building course in the Environmental Studies Program. Richard Cory was on faculty from 1976-1980. Pictured: David Van Arsdale, Erica Clark, Karen Murphy, Karen Black, and Richard Saving.