Collecting and Disseminating Knowledge on the Architecture of the Metacity written by Professor Brian McGrath

Essay, Collecting and Disseminating Knowledge on the Architecture of the Megacity written by Professor Brian McGrath has been published in […]

We are happy to announce that Parsons School of Design is a Partner University of the 5th Light Symposium 2016 in Wismar/D.

We are happy to announce that Parsons School of Design is a Partner University of the 5th Light Symposium 2016 in […]

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We are happy to announce that Parsons School of Design is a Partner University of PLDC 2017 in Paris, France.

We are happy to announce that Parsons School of Design is a Partner University of PLDC 2017 in Paris, France. Please […]

Parsons students bring quality illumination to light-deprived Haitian community

Led by Parsons faculty member and alumnus Chad Groshart, six students in the Parsons’ Lighting for Developing Countries class traveled […]

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Distinguished Teaching Award presented to Robert Kirkbride

Every year, the university recognizes a group of faculty members who have been nominated by their students and colleagues as […]

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Parallel Cities Workshop

Parallel Cities 1 explored the process of craft techniques combining digital and analogue media with film and physical models to […]

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Leela Shankar and Samuel Powers Win IESNYC Student Competition

This year’s theme, “Temporal Illuminance,” asked students to interpret how light is interwoven with time and memory.

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Glenn Shrum One-on-One in Architectural Lighting Magazine

In this video interview, Shrum discusses what he sees as the critical issues in lighting design today.

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SCE Project Wins The Architect’s Newspaper’s Best of 2015 Student Award

The Growery by Kristen Garibaldi and Alex Steward is The Architect’s Newspaper’s top student project of 2015.

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Light Years: 2045 Video Presentations

As part of Light Years: 1985-2015-2045, current and former lighting students presented their speculations on where lighting design will be in the year 2045.

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