Falletta course listed in The 7 Best Sustainable Design Courses in America

Metropolis Magazine, in a story about the best sustainable design courses at universities, mentioned the USC Price School’s real estate development graduate course, “Design History and Criticism,’ taught by Liz Falletta. One of the most interesting courses chosen is offered as part of a Real Estate Development program at the University of Southern California. A…

Architecture 2030 selects Falletta course in pilot curriculum project

Bedrosian Faculty Affiliate Liz Falletta‘s course Design History & Criticism is one of seven courses selected to participate in the pilot phase of the 2030 Curriculum Project by Architecture 2030. The initiative will support university courses that “fully integrate lessons in energy use, emissions, and resiliency into the widest possible range of projects and topic…

Liz Falletta – Faculty Bio

Liz Falletta teaches architectural and urban design at USC’s Price School of Public Policy. She has over fifteen years of experience teaching design across disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Her courses focus on design as an interdisciplinary activity and explore how the intersecting values of architecture, planning and development can inform the design process and improve design outcomes. She is currently at work on By-Right | By-Design, an interdisciplinary housing reference text.

Five minutes with Liz Falletta

The Bedrosian Center recently sat down with one of our new faculty affiliates for this school-year year, Liz Falletta, to talk about her current research on design and multi-family housing in LA. Professor Falletta is a licensed architect who teaches design skills in both the urban planning and the real estate development programs at USC Price.…