Architecture students' designs on display at Italian embassy in Washington, D.C.

Mar 30, 2019 182

BY: Pamela Krewson Wertz

The work of current and former Penn State architecture students who have taken part in the study abroad program at the Pantheon Institute in Rome went on display March 28 at the Italian embassy in Washington, D.C. The exhibit features the designs, models and projects of U.S. architecture students who are (or were) enrolled in programs that are members of the Association of American College and University Programs in Italy (AACUPI).

Penn State’s partnership with the Pantheon Institute through the Department of Architecture’s study abroad program is one of the longest-standing AACUPI programs in Rome, which is why Penn State was selected to take part in the exhibition.

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