Oz is the student-edited journal of the Kansas State University College of Architecture, Planning, and Design. It explores ideas through publication of diverse responses to important issues related to the college's four professional programs: architecture, landscape architecture, planning, and interior architecture/product design. Each year student editors define an important topic for debate and commission relevant essays from leading practitioners and scholars. The ensuing dialog enriches student education and serves as a printed catalyst for expanded conversations among the college’s many constituents and our readers.
Most Current Online Volume: Volume 37 (2015)
The Deep Section: Karst Urbanism in Town Branch Commons
Kate Orff, Geni Wirth, and Anne Weber