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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Interior Design and Architecture Student Project Named Finalist in UN’s Mass Housing Competition

Collaboration between undergraduate architecture and interior design students recognized in international comptetition

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BIG Bjarke Ingels Group’s M.Arch Rebuild by Design Studio featured in Urban Omnibus Report

Architecture students participated in research phase of Rebuild by Design proposal during BIG Bjark Ingels Group’s M.Arch studio in Fall 2013

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Opening Reception for Allan Wexler’s Breaking Ground Exhibition March 29 at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

Saturday, March 29
6 – 8 pm
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
31 Mercer Street

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SCE Faculty Peter Wheelwright’s essay on fate of American Folk Art Museum featured in Brooklyn Rail

Critical essay on American Folk Art Museum appears alongside nine other articles exploring the implications of the building’s demise.

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Archinect publishes M.Arch Students’ Report on Recent MoMA Panel Discussion

Two second-year M.Arch students recount recent discussion of MoMA’s latest expansion plan.

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SCE Architecture Faculty Bryan Young wins 2014 Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition

Young Projects wins juried competition for Times Square Valentine Project.

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Work in Progress: The Design Workshop at Highbridge

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.

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+Farm’s Winter 2014 Studio in Buffalo: SoftCore-HardForm

Seven person sweatshop designed, fabricated and constructed in Buffalo area in just over three days.

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Design Observer’s Fairy Tale Architecture series features Astrid Lipka and Andrew Bernheimer

The latest in a series of projects seeking to explore the domestic environments and structures of fairy tales through techniques of architectural representation.

"Glowing Fruit" from The Library of Babel by Rice+Lipka. Image: Rice+Lipka