College of Architecture, Planning & Design

Events for Manhattan and K-State community members.

APDesign fabrication labs
All day, Regnier Hall, first floor
Come see how a computer-driven CNC cutter operates in building models and other products. Demonstrations in plasma cutting and 3D printing will be going on all day! Come down to the labs on the basement level of Seaton/Regnier halls or view the interworking of the process from the observation portal.

Architecture work
All day, Seaton Hall, second floor
View hallway displays by architecture students in their second through fifth years of study.

Interior architecture and industrial design work
All day, Seaton Hall, first floor; Seaton/Regnier halls, lower level
Explore and engage in the work of interior architecture and industrial design! Learn about the social, sustainable and human issues through interior architecture and furniture design projects by students.

Landscape architecture work
All day, Bosco Student Plaza in front of Seaton Hall
Work by landscape architecture students will be presented along the first-floor hallways. Please stop in to learn about various planning/design projects that address important social, economic, ecological and local community issues. Visit our mobile “parklet” to learn about the breadth of landscape architecture, how trees benefit the world and how students use our fabrication lab.

Regional and community planning work
All day, Seaton Hall, first floor
Student work will be on display along the first-floor hallways in Seaton Hall. Learn about planning/design projects that address building vibrant, resilient cities and making a positive difference for people and communities.

Regnier Hall green roofs
All day, Regnier Hall
Visit the Regnier Hall green roof for a tour of the region’s newest and most advanced green roof laboratory featuring native plant research and demonstration green roofs.

Studio visits and project displays
All day, Seaton Hall
Enjoy models, furniture, plans, designs and landscapes designed and built by students. Visit with students and faculty about academic programs.

  • Environmental design studies, first floor.
  • Architecture, second floor.
  • Landscape architecture, first floor.
  • Regional and community planning, first floor.
  • Interior architecture and industrial design, first floor and basement level.