In this talk, Jan Jongert shows Superuse Studios developing from a design office using waste flows into a multidisciplinary creative studio exploring the circular economy. He shows how realizing small scale design, buildings, start-ups, collaborative networks, urban plans and digital tools contribute to the development of a new resource-based design practice. Hosted by: Ioanna Theocharopoulou […]
SCE invites you to enjoy the Street Seats project and Pansa/Panzer installation in their final days! Street Seats is currently located on 13th St. & 5th Ave., and will go into hibernation November 4th, and reemerge in Spring 2016 with a new design by students enrolled in the NEW Temporary Environments Minor. Pansa/Panzer is currently on display in the Sheila Johnson Design Center lobby, and will also be […]
The School of Constructed Environments (SCE) at Parsons presents, Waste Not 5: Shaping The Public: Social Machines. Working Over Conflict., presented by Alejandro Haiek of Lab.Pro.Fab. The Public Machinery, an applied research project, focuses its research in the environment, the objects, and in human practices. The Public Machinery is interested in: different kinds of ecologies, the reprogram of obsolesces, the renewal of […]
Klein’s paintings explore colors and their interactions.
Students investigate means of capturing and representing light and shadow in the architectural interior.
Social diversity as a value may be applied toward the goal of achieving an equitable society. The means to achieve this goal attain social justice “in all aspects for all people” requires the diversification of political and economic access to government; income production; land; and the production of space–most critically public and institutional space and […]
SCE presents, Waste Not 4: Placemaking and Sustainability in the Public Realm, presented by Anthony Deen, Part-time Assistant Professor and Mike Boylan, Part-time Lecturer at Parsons. The development of a new suite of public furniture for Central Park, that try to address sustainability and the creation of a coherent sense of place through product design. 15 October, Thursday 6pm […]
Founders of edible cup company successfully pitched investors, gaining support and funds for further developing range of LOLIWARE edible serving products.
Barbour’s design for Aesop’s Nolita retail store featured in company’s Taxonomy of Design series.
Interview focuses on Rozot’s approach to design research, education, and the future of lighting design.