Esli Teker wins Collab Student Design Competition’s People’s Choice Award.
Student work from Dwelling and Resilience Studio featured in Archinect.
SCE Architecture Student receives AIA New York Chapter and Center for Architecture Design Scholarship
Nelson De Jesus received annual AIA and Center for Architecture Foundation Design Scholarship at this year’s Heritage Ball.
M.Arch Student receives Award of Merit at 18th Annual Society of American Registered Architects Awards
Felipe Colin, Jr, a second year student in the Masters of Architecture program, received an award of merit for his innovative lamp design at the 18th Annual Design Awards sponsored by the Society of American Registered Architects, New York Council.
Henry Richmond Young’s capstone studio project Ad Tempus profiled in Frame.
Design website Core 77 recently published the final of a series of five reports from product design student Jenny Hsu documenting the Spring 2013 studio called Wasteless, led by SCE faculty Andrea Ruggiero. In this studio, a collaboration with Italian furniture manufacturer Poltrona Frau, students were tasked to design and create items using leather scraps left […]
Three students from the BFA Architectural Design program participated in the +FARM 2013 Summer Studio this past summer.
The work of the 2012-2013 first year Master of Architecture students along with SCE faculty Andrew Bernheimer and David Leven have had their work featured at Urban Omnibus. The studio investigated resilient housing within NYCHA’s Alfred E. Smith Houses on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Please click here to read the full article in Urban Omnibus.
Product Design Graduate, Siramol Muan On-Sri’s childrens footwear design was recently selected by the Pensole Footwear Design Academy as the winner of the kids shoe category. On-Sri was first invited to attend a master class at Pensole with 24 other young product designers where she attended the “Future of Footwear” master class. She was […]
Masters of Architecture Graduate, Rahul Shah, was recently featured in Fast Company’s Co.Exist Blog. The article highlights Shah’s thesis project, called Exorcise Pool, in which he develops a solution to the polluted Newtown Creek that divides East Williamsburg and Queens in New York. Shah’s plan involves rerouting the contaminated water that currently flows directly to […]