Parsons Work 6, AAS Interior Design, is the sixth in a series of publications, which documents design projects completed in the Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Interior Design at Parsons The New School for Design.
Image: Victoria Benatar shining in her sunny sunny Upper East Side living room.
Photography by Jeff Hirsch
Susan Szenasy, Editor in Chief of Metropolis Magazine, used her Editor’s Notes (April 2013 issue) to tell about the 2013 Aftertaste Symposium’s focus on our relationship to objects. The symposium, subtitled “The Atmosphere of Objects” explored many ways that everyday things influence the way we live.
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.
The eighth edition of the SCE Journal Scapes is now available, featuring design projects, essays, interviews and reviews on the theme of small scale urban design projects.
As It Is On Earth is set in New England over seven days leading up to Columbus Day at the end of the Millennium, 1999. Narrated by Taylor Thatcher, an irreverent young university professor from a fallen family of Maine Puritans, the story follows his ruminative quest and errant attempts to escape from history.
Written for students and practitioners in the fields of architecture and interior design, Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide provides a concise overview of all the techniques available for reducing the energy footprint of structures and spaces.
Work 2011, volume 5, highlights work from the 2010-1011 academic year in the Parsons Associate Degree Program in Interior Design.