Throughout the academic year, the Paris School of Architecture organises events, publications, and exhibitions. Information can be found here about upcoming and past events.
Due to the current restrictions necessitated by the global Covid-19 outbreak, namely limiting entry to France and closing higher education institutions, we will be unable to hold an open day at the school before the beginning of the 2020/21 academic year. An online open day will be held over the summer to allow prospective students to discuss their applications with staff, the date of which will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Competition winners arrive in Paris to oversee the construction of their competition winning entry, How to Use a Monument.
The winner and shortlisted entries for the 'Future Monuments' competition have been selected and will be exhibited in Paris on Friday 28th February 2020.
For more information, please return to this page over the coming weeks.
The brief has been launched for our competition entitled simply 'Future Monuments'.
The competition is centred on a former gate into the city of Paris, known as Porte Saint Denis, which has now been subsumed into the centre of Paris as the city has expanded. The brief is to design a monument, architectural structure, piece of public art or new programme that discusses the themes described in this very specific urban territory and question the function of a monument in 2020.
The results will be published on the school webpage and will be part of a specific online publication that includes interviews with the authors of the winning entries, as well as a show curated by the graphic and communication team of the school.
The shortlisted entries will be exhibited in Paris during the winter and will be open to members of the public. Interested students may attend this event, which affords them the opportunity to meet staff and discuss the course content in an informal environment.
PSA History & Theory tutor interviewed for BBC News on the re-construction of Notre Dame Cathedral
PSA tutor Bérénice Gaussuin, who's PhD concerns the works of French Architect Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, was invited to give her views on the proposed reconstruction of the Cathedral's spire following its destruction