Yabu Pushelberg Lecture

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Jonathan Speirs: ‘Light and Dark’

Plant-in City is an art installation that takes terrariums to the 21st Century

“Plant-In City” is an art installation of modular, stack-able terrariums that will evoke human architecture and technology, inspired by life in New York City. One of our goals is to live a more sustainable lifestyle. This begins by bringing nature inside to our everyday urban environment.

“Community Involvement” by M.Arch student Amy Obonaga featured in Metropolis

We spent a semester designing—and redesigning—our project for the Highbridge Pool and Recreation Center, located in the Washington Heights neighborhood of upper Manhattan. Now we’re ready to build it.

Ionanna Theocharopolou participates in panel, “Debating Design & Innovation in Times of Crisis” at Harvard Graduate School of Design

Addressing the viewpoint of the client, the architect, and the society, this panel rethinks through the example of Greece the role of innovation, entrepreneurship, and design in times of economical crisis and social upheavals.

Design Workshop Summer 2012 – Volunteers needed!

The Design Workshop 2012 is seeking students to volunteer for the summer portion of the Highbridge in_flux project. Students would be aiding the Design Workshop team in constructing the project throughout the Summer semester. Stipends are available. 3 Credits will be rolled into the Fall semester.

Wedgwood Award for Best Presentation to Product Design Senior Jarong Koo

Parsons students were invited to participate in the fourth annual Wedgwood competition. Seth Nagelberg and his Ceramic Design 1 course […]

SCE faculty Aaron White’s essay, The Grid and its Guises, published in Urban Omnibus

Isn’t the most fascinating thing about the grid really our fascination with it? The grid can be described in a paragraph and understood at a glance, but that has not kept us from spending the 200 years since 1811 accounting and re-accounting for it. A merely objective investigation would have exhausted this subject long ago, suggesting that when we talk about the grid we’re really talking about almost anything but…

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 […]

Flatpack Chair Exhibition opening 5 May 6-8PM: BFA Product Design

PART OF PARSONS FESTIVAL 2012: Parsons’ Product Design Flat-Pack Studio, led by faculty member Mark Bechtel, challenged students to design […]

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