SCE Presents Street Seats 2018

In the third iteration of the BFA Architectural Design elective, a multidisciplinary team of New School students, including BFA Architectural […]

Senior Architecture & Urban Design Studio in Chiangmai, Thailand

From January 6 to 14th, twelve Parsons Architectural Design and Urban Design students and ten students from the International Design […]

Design Build

In spring 2016, undergraduate students from The New School’s Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College, and Schools of Public […]

Sunset Park Pool Pavilions

New pavilions designed and built by SCE Design Workshop conclude first summer in use.

Design Workshop’s Sunset Park Recreation Center Now Open

Project provides much needed lockers and changing area for busy Sunset Park Recreation Center.

Video of Parsons Temporary Environments Installation with Carnegie Fabrics at ICFF 2012

Video documentation of the Parsons Temporary Environments studio with Carnegie Fabrics exhibited at ICFF in May 2012.

Homasote, Moorhead & Moorhead and SCE Students Collaborate for WantedDesign 2013

Students in the temporary environments class, taught by notable design firm Moorhead & moorhead, explored recycled paperboard supplied by The Homasote Company for an installation at WantedDesign 2013.

School of Constructed Environments Faculty Create Architectural Fairy Tales

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.

Peter Wheelwright’s As It Is On Earth selected as a Hemingway/PEN Award Honorable Mention

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.

Fall 2012 Allied Studio and Cross-Disciplinary study within Parsons

Cross-Disciplinary design practice that considers an holistic approach to complex design relationships is essential to successful projects in the constructed world that we inhabit. As part of our educational mission at SCE, we believe that forming curricula that teaches students the roots of unique disciplinary skills through a supportive, empathetic and collaborative design process that includes multiple cognate disciplines is critical to ensure that their future professional work embodies these traits.