Designing Affordability Opens at Center for Architecture

Exhibition curated and designed by M. Arch Program Director Andrew Bernheimer.


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 ’15 and MFA Lighting Design ’15) wrapped the interior of the 420 square foot space with complex layers of wood, with perforated areas serving as display space for the artisanal range of Feit shoes. Her brief […]


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.


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.


Mark Gardner in Equity By Design

Essay stresses the importance of making both architectural practice and education more inclusive.


SCE student participates in Boisbuchet workshop on Space, Motion and Community

Lindesy Dieter was part of choreographer and artist Jonah Bokaer’s workshop exploring the dynamic relationships between bodies and the spaces they inhabit.


Andreas Benzing Wins EBie Award for Mamaroneck Passive House

House is first ever passive house in Westchester County.


Healthy Materials Lab Project in Minneapolis

An affordable apartment complex in Minneapolis will serve as a case study for the Healthy Materials Lab.