Monthly Archives: October 2012

Scapes 8

The eighth edition of the SCE Journal Scapes is now available, featuring design projects, essays, interviews and reviews on the theme of small scale urban design projects.

Light and Human Health, Oct. 26

This conversation, bringing together experts from higher education and industry leader Philips Lighting examines the subject of human health and well-being and its influences from light in educational and corporate work space.

Spontaneous Interventions: A Presentation of the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale

Spontaneous Interventions is the title of the critically acclaimed exhibition representing the United States in this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale. The exhibition focuses on projects initiated by architects, designers, planners, and everyday citizens, aimed at bringing positive change to the urban realm.

Architzer on “How Kickstarter is Changing Architecture”

Read Architzer’s coverage on Kickstarter and the funding of architecture projects, including a feature of Splash House and Design Workshop Director, Alfred Zollinger’s firm Matter Practice.

Architecture + Philosophy 2012 Conference at Boston University

SCE faculty Eva Perez de Vega is invited to speak at a conference called “Architecture and Its Image”, part of the Architecture […]

Andy Bernheimer Participates in Design Trust Study

Design Trust releases: Making Midtown: A New Vision for a 21st Century Garment District in New York City (2012) Authors […]

Splash House in The Architect’s Newspaper blog

The Architect’s Newspaper covers the Parsons Design Workshop project Splash House.

Oculus Fall 2012

Oculus, the quarterly publication of the New York Chapter of the AIA, featured an article on the creative work of the School of Constructed Environments in their Fall 2012. This special issue of Oculus focuses on the relationship between education and the profession.

SCE Faculty Works in Progress: Alexa Griffiths Winton. Mark Rakatansky.

The School of Constructed Environments: Architecture / Interior Design / Lighting Design / Product Design regularly invites a selection of its diverse faculty to present what’s on the table’ in their creative research practices. This evening we will host Alexa Griffiths Winton and Mark Rakatansky. Design historian Alexa Griffith Winton specializes in the history and theory of the modern domestic interior.

SPLASH HOUSE in the News

Check out the latest coverage on the Parsons Design Workshop Project, in conjunction w/ the NYC Parks Dept., Splash House.