Feature Stories

“New Forms for Citizenship: Redefining Extraordinary” in Form N-X00 series at 2018 Venice Biennale

“New Forms for Citizenship: Redefining Extraordinary” in Form N-X00 series at 2018 Venice Biennale

May 25, 2018

In collaboration with renowned San Antonio artist Vincent Valdez, Dr. Antonio Petrov of the Urban Future Lab participated in the 2018 Venice Biennale with a contribution to the US Pavilion, Dimensions of Citizenship.


New lab researching San Antonio’s key urban questions

New lab researching San Antonio’s key urban questions

March 13, 2018

Called the Urban Future Lab, it’s led by assistant professor of architecture Dr. Antonio Petrov. The goal is to provide research and educational support.


UTSA Urban Future Lab seeks to help shape city’s development

UTSA Urban Future Lab seeks to help shape city’s development

February 14, 2018

Led by Dr. Antonio Petrov, the lab will address development-related issues, including transportation and infrastructure planning, as well as affordable housing and economic equity.


Bandera Road’s future — tree-lined boulevard or elevated highway?

Bandera Road’s future — tree-lined boulevard or elevated highway?

February 05, 2018

The ‘boulevard proposal’ favored by Leon Valley mayor Chris Riley was put forth by UTSA urban planners Thomas Tunstall, Bill Barker, and Dr. Richard Tangum.


Spring 2018 Commencement Spotlight: College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

Spring 2018 Commencement Spotlight: College of Architecture, Construction and Planning

December 04, 2017

Kassandra Morales wants to use her UTSA degree in Construction Science and Management to build up the city.


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