The Tyler School of Art and Architecture experience is defined in part by access to unparalleled facilities. Students have the space, the technology and the tools they need to go wherever their creative vision takes them.
In 2009, Tyler opened the doors to a new, 255,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility on Temple University's Main Campus in Philadelphia. The Tyler Building is home to maker spaces of all shapes and sizes, classrooms, lecture halls, collaboration spaces, an expansive green courtyard, an academic advising center, a student lounge, a cafe, exhibition spaces, and Temple Contemporary—Tyler's visionary center for public programming. The structure is connected to Tyler's 50,000-square-foot Architecture Building (2012), which features three floors of studios, labs for digital and analog fabrication, three floors of studios and research labs. Tyler's Landscape Architecture and Horticulture programs are based at Temple's expansive, suburban Ambler Campus, where students have access to greenhouses, a 187-acre arboretum, an aquaponics lab, a technology center and more.
Learn more about Tyler's superb program-specific facilities below.