CAPPA Building

The building houses students and faculty from all CAPPA programs in a variety of teaching, research, and laboratory spaces.
The CAPPA building, formerly the School of Architecture building, was designed by the Dallas firm, Pratt, Box and Henderson and constructed in 1986. The four-story building contains 132,000 square feet and is linked to the School’s former site, the Fine Arts Building through an exterior landscaped courtyard. The building houses students and faculty from all CAPPA programs in a variety of teaching, research, and laboratory spaces.

UTA Community Design Build Lab

The UTA Community Design Build Lab will open Fall 2021 as part of an adaptive reuse project with the City of Arlington. The new facility is within walking distance of the main campus as part of the effort to revitalize central Arlington. In addition to the educational opportunities, this new facility will create an important bridge between the academic and non-profit communities of North Texas.