Two second-year M.Arch students recount recent discussion of MoMA’s latest expansion plan.
Young Projects wins juried competition for Times Square Valentine Project.
This exhibition showcases the ongoing efforts to revitalize the Highbridge Pool and Recreation Center in Washington Heights through a multi-year collaboration between the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the Parsons Design Workshop.
Seven person sweatshop designed, fabricated and constructed in Buffalo area in just over three days.
The latest in a series of projects seeking to explore the domestic environments and structures of fairy tales through techniques of architectural representation.
M.Arch program featured in Frame’s new guide to the best international graduate programs in architecture.
Student work from Dwelling and Resilience Studio featured in Archinect.
“The Landscape of Housing: Twin Parks Northwest 40 Years On” published in Urban Omnibus
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.