The Growery by Kristen Garibaldi and Alex Steward is The Architect’s Newspaper’s top student project of 2015.
Bernheimer Architecture House Receives Commendation at Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Awards
The Quonochontaug House in Rhode Island also won a 2015 AIA National Small Projects Award earlier this year.
Parsons students participated in Design Apart Academy’s project to design penthouse suite for Hotel Flora in Venice.
Exhibition designed by M. Arch Program Director Andrew Bernheimer.
The School of Constructed Environments at Parsons presents Nina Rappaport, author and curator of Vertical Urban Factory; Rama Chorpash, Director of MFA Industrial Design at Parsons, whose creative-practice focuses on Making in Place; Victoria Hattam, Professor of Politics, The New School; and Sonam Velani, Policy Advisor to the Deputy Mayor of NYC will engage in […]
At the recent AIA New York Awards for 2015, a number of SCE faculty received honors for some of their recent projects. In the residential category, Andrew Bernheimer and Bernheimer Architecture won a merit award for their Quonochontaug House in Charleston, Rhode Island. David Leven and LevenBetts received two merit awards in this category, one for a home […]
Oculus Book Talk: Timber in the City
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One Flushing development to include affordable housing, community centers, and other amenities.
Andrew Bernheimer, Director of the M.Arch program, and SCE architecture faculty member Bryan Young have contributed projects to Fairy Tale Architecture, and ongoing series curated by Bernheimer and his sister Kate,in which diverse architects explore the intimate relationship between the domestic structure of fairy tales and the imaginative realm of architecture. Bernheimer Architecture’s contribution, St. Ides, […]
Article uses cinemetrics to analyze moments from three mid-twentieth century films.