Team comprised of four Parsons graduates named one of ten finalists in Wearables for Good Competition, sponsored by the United Nations.
Four Parsons students spent the summer in Haiti, working alongside artisans and designers as part of D.O.T., a collaboration between Parsons, Donna Karan, Urban Zen Foundation, and Haitian artisan and businesswoman Paula Coles.
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 […]
Three product design students spent one week at the Poltrona Frau factory in Italy as part of the ongoing Wasteless studio collaboration.
Product design students created full scale vehicles powered by the human body.
Book explores new materials and design techniques that can be used in place of petroleum-based plastics.
Studio uses scrap leather to create leather goods that are both beautiful and practical.
Laura Yeh was one of eleven emerging designers to exhibit her design at ICFF.
Her company, Diffurniture, produces sustainable, zero-waste furniture.
Urban School Food Alliance will introduce compostable lunch trays in six of the largest school districts in the US, including New York.