Urbanisms of Inclusion Lecture 12/16, Panel Discussion 12/17

A design, research and curriculum exchange program that addresses emerging territorial and socio-ecological issues

Quotidian Product: Paris-New York Panel Discussion blogged on Core77

Cultural differences and similarities between managing a design practice in NYC and in Paris.

Call for Proposals for Michael Kalil Fellowship Project Grants

CALL FOR PROPOSALS   Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design The mission of the Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design is twofold: to foster the understanding of the design intersections between nature and technology and to support a heightened sense of responsibility for increasing the sustainability of built environments.   …

Aslihan Demirtas in BLIND DATES Exhibition

A series of interdisciplinary “match-made” encounters to mediate ruptured pasts and to consider their effect on life today.

“Geometries of Rhetoric” Nexus Network Journal Launch and Conversation

Presenting the broadest possible consideration of all aspects of the relationships between architecture and mathematics.

Recommended Fall Reading: Architecture Books

Joan Kim, senior BFA Architectural Design, gives us a stack of quality books for inspiration.

Eva Perez de la Vega designs performance environment: “nuages_intoMeSee”

SCE faculty Eva Perez de la Vega, of e+i architecture, in collaboration with Nu Dance Theater and the LAB (for installation+performance art) present: Performance Installation nuages_intoMeSee LOCATION: The Lab gallery: 501 Lexington ave (at 47th St.), NYC PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY: Nov. 8-26, 2010, Monday-Friday 6.30pm (FREE) Nuages is conceived of as a layered …

VIDEO: ‘Quotidian Product: Paris/New York’ Panel Discussion

The work and dialogue of two significant mid career product design studios.

SCE Faculty Jeremy Barbour and TACKLEBOX Architecture

Published in “Shopping Architecture Now!”

Parsons faculty Anna Rabinowicz at Wesleyan Conference, “Sex, Gender, Species”

Parsons faculty Anna Rabinowicz’s abstract has been accepted for a poster presentation at a conference at Wesleyan entitled “Sex, Gender, Species”,  which will be held on February 25 & 26, 2011.  Her paper is entitled “Animal-based Prosthetics and Femininity”. It is an exploration of the various  new customized prosthetics generated …