Exhibition presents student work exploring relationship between Dobbs Ferry and the Hudson River.
Students participate in community-based annual design build project.
Adengo researches the history and urban development of Uganda’s largest city.
Collaboration between undergraduate architecture and interior design students recognized in international comptetition
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
Seven person sweatshop designed, fabricated and constructed in Buffalo area in just over three days.
“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.
Lecture and Discussion with Christopher Mount
Thursday, October 10, 2013
6:00 to 7:00 pm
The Glass Corner, Room 206, 25 East 13th Street
South Williamsburg Park designed by SCE faculty Alexis Kraft and Nancy Kim featured in the New York Times
Havemeyer Park, a multipurpose park in Williamsburg designed by Alexis Kraft, director of the BS of Architecture and BFA of Interior Design Programs, together with fellow SCE faculty member Nancy Kim, was recently featured in a New York Times article addressing the distinctions between the more developed North Williamsburg and the more bohemian South Williamsburg. Havemeyer […]