Lorraine Karafel Contributes to Metropolitan Museum Exhibition on Tapestry

Exhibition explores work of 16th-century Netherlandish artist Pieter Coecke van Aelst.

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Jonsara Ruth Published in IDEA Journal

Article explores notions of domesticity via an abandoned house in Detroit.

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Seth Nagelberg Publishes Batch Manufacturing for Ceramics

Book on model making and mold making for ceramics published by assistant professor of product design.

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AAS Interior Design Publication Work 7 Now Available

Annual publication showcases the work of AAS students, alumni and faculty.

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Andrew Bernheimer and David Leven publish NYCHAPEDIA, A Complete Catalogue of NYCHA’s Assets

Catalogue aims to provoke discussion around future of the extensive holdings of the New York City Housing Authority.

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New Housing Book Featuring Andrew Bernheimer Reviewed in The Architect’s Newspaper

Book includes chapter by M.Arch program director Bernheimer

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Urban Design Ecologies shortlisted for Urban Design Group Book Award

The Urban Design Group in London has shortlisted Urban Design Ecologies, edited by SCE Dean Brian McGrath, for the Urban Design Book Award.

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Parsons AAS Interior Design Work 6 Available

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.

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Architect and SCE Faculty Victoria Benatar featured in New York Social Diary

Image: Victoria Benatar shining in her sunny sunny Upper East Side living room.
Photography by Jeff Hirsch

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Metropolis Magazine Article Features AFTERTASTE 2013: The Atmosphere of Objects

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.