In spring 2016, undergraduate students from The New School’s Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College, and Schools of Public […]
New pavilions designed and built by SCE Design Workshop conclude first summer in use.
Project provides much needed lockers and changing area for busy Sunset Park Recreation Center.
Video documentation of the Parsons Temporary Environments studio with Carnegie Fabrics exhibited at ICFF in May 2012.
Students in the temporary environments class, taught by notable design firm Moorhead & moorhead, explored recycled paperboard supplied by The Homasote Company for an installation at WantedDesign 2013.
Last December, the Design Observer blog featured a series of architectural fairy tales designed by Parsons SCE faculty members Andrew Bernheimer, Jing Liu, Emily Abruzzo, and Gerald Bodziak.
Associate Professor of Architecture, Peter Wheelwright, released a work of fiction that has been selected as a Hemingway/PEN Award Honorable Mention. The novel, As It Is On Earth, tells the story of a college professor, struggling to come to terms with his family’s difficult past.
Cross-Disciplinary design practice that considers an holistic approach to complex design relationships is essential to successful projects in the constructed world that we inhabit. As part of our educational mission at SCE, we believe that forming curricula that teaches students the roots of unique disciplinary skills through a supportive, empathetic and collaborative design process that includes multiple cognate disciplines is critical to ensure that their future professional work embodies these traits.
The Allied Studio, a cross-disciplinary design studio that mixes graduate students from Architecture, Interior Design and Lighting Design, every fall term identifies an actual client and site within New York City for students to analyze and propose new design interventions. This year the class worked with the Harlem School of the Arts; a rich cultural center and significant community anchor that offers classes in dance, theater, visual arts and music for students ranging in age from toddlers to early adulthood.
Please come to the Harlem School of the Arts this coming Saturday, December 8, 2012, 12-1pm, for an exhibition of the work of the Parsons Allied Design Studio. HSA is located at 645 St Nicholas Avenue and can be reached by subway on the ABC or D lines to 145 St or the B and C lines to 135 St.