Emerging Voices at Parsons SCE: Transforming Models and Practices

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Jordana Goot’s Feit Store Featured in Frame Magazine

Dual degree student’s interior for Feit shoe store profiled in Frame.


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.


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

Young Projects wins juried competition for Times Square Valentine Project.


Architect and SCE Faculty Victoria Benatar featured in New York Social Diary

Image: Victoria Benatar shining in her sunny sunny Upper East Side living room.
Photography by Jeff Hirsch


Splash House featured in FitNation Exhibit at AIA NY Center for Architecture

Design Workshop’s Splash House will be featured in an exhibition titled FitNation, highlighting design, policy, and organizing strategies that encourage a healthier lifestyle. SCE Part-time Faculty members, Emily Abruzzo and Gerald Bodziak of Abruzzo Bodziak Architects, designed and curated the show. FitNation exhibition’s opening reception will take place on Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 – […]


DQ Magazine awards SCE Dual Degree student as “Tomorrow’s Top Ten Forces & Faces in Design”

Jordana Maise Goot, incoming Dual Degree student in the Master of Architecture and MFA Lighting Design, is Acknowledged in Issue 45 of Design Quarterly magazine as one of “Tomorrow’s Top Ten Forces & Faces in Design”.  Her work in art employs spatial design and technology in relationship to the body, blurring conventional boundaries between art, […]

SCE Thesis Exhibtion, opening 15 May 6-8PM

PART OF PARSONS FESTIVAL 2012: This exhibition of graduating students’ work includes drawings, models, and prototypes from the architecture, interior design, lighting design, and product design programs at Parsons. The exhibition takes place in the studio space created by the Parsons Design Workshop—its signature design-build program—where work desks and adjacent spaces convert to exhibition space.