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Architecture is expansive; as one of the largest architecture programs in the country, we choose to explore all of it. As an architecture student at Pratt, you’ll find a diversity of approaches, ideas, experiments, and experiences that can only happen here—and only in New York. Over the course of your five-year journey, you’ll define what architecture is for you and develop the language, technique, and tools to pursue it.

Two people stand on either side of architectural renderings and models. They are conversing with each other. Below the photograph is one of the renderings seen on the wall. It shows a complex structure of homes, walkways, trams, and public spaces.

Faculty Adam Elstein and Frank Gesualdi; Students Valeria Bardi Cohen BArch 23 and Antonio Velasco BArch 23.


A diptych of two renderings of the same building. The top rendering is in 3D and shows the structure almost glowing. The second one is from above and shows the floorplan of the building.
Faculty Tulay Atak and Ostap Rudakevych; Student Emmet Sutton BArch 22.

As architecture students, the city is your classroom.

Rome is one of the greats. Our semester abroad program in Rome can deepen your experience at Pratt, adding rich historical and cultural context to your course of study.