Monthly Archives: September 2015

Waste Not: The Social Meaning of Light

SCE presents, Waste Not 2: The Social Meaning of Light, hosted by Craig Brenecker, Associate Professor of Lighting Design, and presented by Toby Cumberbatch, Professor of […]

Sunset Park Pool Pavilions

New pavilions designed and built by SCE Design Workshop conclude first summer in use.

Jordana Maisie Goot Designs Second Feit Store in West Village

Jordana Maisie Goot’s second store for Australian footwear brand Feit has just opened in the West Village. Goot (M. Arch […]

Pressure Cooker Urbanism: Density, Growth, and Gambling in Macau

SDS & SCE present, Pressure Cooker Urbanism: Density, Growth, and Gambling in Macau – Land reclamation in Macau has a long and […]

Waste Not: Passive House

SCE presents, Waste Not 1: Passive House, hosted by David White, Assistant Professor of Environmental Technology and Material Sciences, featuring architects, Paul […]

Jessica Birnbaum to Present at Better World By Design Conference September 26 in Providence, RI

Birnbaum will take part in panel on biomimicry and design.

Product Design Alumni Team’s SoaPen Design Moves to Final Round in UN Wearables Competition

Team comprised of four Parsons graduates named one of ten finalists in Wearables for Good Competition, sponsored by the United Nations.

Unpacking Diversity: Culture/Representation

A series of events on the the theme of examining (or unpacking) diversity specifically in design related fields.

Peter Wheelwright Reviews Two Novels for Architectural Record

Wheelwright is an architect and an award-winning novelist.

Parsons Students Participate in Urban Zen Project in Haiti

Four Parsons students spent the summer in Haiti, working alongside artisans and designers as part of D.O.T., a collaboration between Parsons, Donna Karan, Urban Zen Foundation, and Haitian artisan and businesswoman Paula Coles.