Monthly Archives: November 2015

INSIDE (hi) STORIES – Designing Sapphic Modernity: Against Communication

SCE and ADHT host a talk by Jasmine Rault, Assistant Professor of Culture and Media at Eugene Lang College, and a co-facilitator of […]

Unpacking Diversity: Technologies / Ecologies

What is diversity within the context of urban environments? The third event of the Unpacking Diversity series explores the question of […]

Morbid Anatomy Museum in The Architect’s Newspaper

Article explores Robert Kirkbride’s design concept for the Museum’s interior, including the display of the museum’s diverse library, collections, and temporary exhibitions.

Product Design Alumni Win UN’s Wearables for Good Competion

SoaPen, a wearable soap designed to prevent the spread of disease amongst children, was selected from over 250 entries to the UN sponsored competition. It was designed by four recent graduates of the Product Design program.

Freelance Architectural Rendering Opportunity @ Roche Studios

Roche Studios is looking for an individual with refined skills as an architectural renderer. Bonnie Roche, Lang Board Member and owner of […]

Curbed Ranks Design Workshop Among Best Design Build Programs

Partnership with New York City Parks Department sets Design Workshop apart from other design build programs.

Azure Magazine Rates MFA ID Program Among Best Programs Worldwide

Stellar collaborations and networking opportunities cited as key strengths.

Waste Not: Poreform

SCE presents, Waste Not 7: Poreform, hosted by Andrew Bernheimer, Director of Master of Architecture at Parsons, and presented by Amy Mielke, co-founder […]

THE MAKING OF AN AVANT-GARDE: The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1967-1984

Join us for THE MAKING OF AN AVANT-GARDE: The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1967-1984,  Monday, November 16th at […]

Light Years: 2045 Video Presentations

As part of Light Years: 1985-2015-2045, current and former lighting students presented their speculations on where lighting design will be in the year 2045.