Parsons students are participating in effort to document and preserve work of Cambodian architect Vann Molyvann.
Product design students created full scale vehicles powered by the human body.
Architecture graduate creates Jewish community center in Hudson Valley.
Studio uses scrap leather to create leather goods that are both beautiful and practical.
Laura Yeh was one of eleven emerging designers to exhibit her design at ICFF.
Students will create a penthouse space in Venice as part of first annual Design Apart Academy.
Her company, Diffurniture, produces sustainable, zero-waste furniture.
Urban School Food Alliance will introduce compostable lunch trays in six of the largest school districts in the US, including New York.
Hyeonil Jeong’s simple and elegant designs can be assembled quickly and without hardware.
Textile manufacturer Carnegie Fabrics recently challenged students at Parsons, Pratt, SVA, and FIT to create a high performance environmental wallcovering design, and three Parsons students took home top prizes. Julia Grunberg (MFA ID ’15) won first place, and AAS students Mariel Levine and Caroline Edmondson won third place. The competing students were mentored by Carnegie Executive Director […]