Information about the Art & Architecture Building, Liberty Research Annex, and policies and procedures for buildings.

Art and Architecture Building

The Art and Architecture Building provides nearly 240,000 square feet of space equally divided between two academic units of the...

Building Policies

Welcome to the University of Michigan Taubman College. This handout describes policies concerning the use of the Art & Architecture...

Guidelines for Posting Items on University Property

As a public university, we recognize and respect the right of members of the college community to set forth their...

Teaching and Learning Culture Policy (formerly Studio Culture Policy)

Prepared by the Architecture Representation Committee in consultation with AIAS and NOMAS. History of Studio Culture Policy from the AIAS...

Emergency Preparedness

All University of Michigan faculty, staff and students should familiarize themselves with emergency protocols in the event of an emergency...

Third Floor Studios

Studio Cart Locations The following diagram lists the positions of each studio’s numbered cart.

Liberty Research Annex

Students and faculty collaborate on architecture research in the 19,000-square-foot Liberty Research Annex. Located in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan, this open-plan...

Liberty Research Annex: Guidelines for Faculty, Employees, and Collaborators

This document provides guidelines for Taubman College Faculty and their temporary and student employees and collaborators working in the Liberty Research Annex (LRA).

Liberty Research Annex: Exhibition & Event Space Use Policies

The Liberty Research Annex is an open plan facility rented by Taubman College. It provides space for students and faculty to collaboratively take on full scale material assemblies, installations, and group projects.

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