The events are inspired by and aim to be a response to the Goethe-Institut’s WELTSTADT project currently taking place across major world cities.
This series of workshops will explore themes from the Cities and Citizenship conference and facilitate dialogue between students and professionals from a variety of disciplines including architecture, design, urban planning, and sociology.
Thursday, March 6, 2014, 6:00 to 7:00 pm, Tishman Auditorium, The University Center, Room 100, 63 Fifth Avenue
David White and Brooks Atwood each give a talk on Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in The Glass Corner.
This exhibition explores Kon Wajiro’s (1888-1973) visual observations of material practices in Tokyo after the devastating 1923 Earthquake, particularly drawing from his work Modernologio (kogengaku) and from his surveys of “barracks” (makeshift structures for earthquake recovery).
Today designers are working in a complex and fast changing environment – both socially and professionally. New and exciting modes of practice are developing in response to this change where designers cross disciplinary boundaries and experiment with new processes, business organizations, and fabrication techniques.
This exhibition showcases the ongoing efforts to revitalize the Highbridge Pool and Recreation Center in Washington Heights through a multi-year collaboration between the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the Parsons Design Workshop.
Jarrett Walker is one of the most innovative planners and advocates for public transit in North America today. In this engaging lecture, “Abundant Access: Public Transit as an Instrument of Freedom,” Walker leads us beyond some of the distractions that sometimes dominate transit debates, to an understanding of public transit’s core power: to give people freedom.
Flat Pack Assembly Trials
Friday, December 13th
2 – 6 pm
Blu Dot Soho
140 Wooster Street