The Growery by Kristen Garibaldi and Alex Steward is The Architect’s Newspaper’s top student project of 2015.
SoaPen, a wearable soap designed to prevent the spread of disease amongst children, was selected from over 250 entries to the UN sponsored competition. It was designed by four recent graduates of the Product Design program.
Parsons students participated in Design Apart Academy’s project to design penthouse suite for Hotel Flora in Venice.
Students investigate means of capturing and representing light and shadow in the architectural interior.
Founders of edible cup company successfully pitched investors, gaining support and funds for further developing range of LOLIWARE edible serving products.
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 […]
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.
Lindesy Dieter was part of choreographer and artist Jonah Bokaer’s workshop exploring the dynamic relationships between bodies and the spaces they inhabit.
New changing pavilions designed and built by students of the Design Workshop free up much needed space at Sunset Park Recreation Center and Pool.
Three product design students spent one week at the Poltrona Frau factory in Italy as part of the ongoing Wasteless studio collaboration.