SCE Faculty Andrew Bernheimer featured in the New York Times

We are so proud to see Andrew Bernheimer leading an exemplary firm in affordable housing in New York. “There are other developers and designers of affordable housing whose work has also raised the bar around the country, among them the architects David Baker in San Francisco, Andrew Bernheimer in Brooklyn …


David Leven, faculty of the M.Arch and BFA Architectural Design programs at SCE, and principal of LEVENBETTS, Brooklyn, NY, has been awarded the AIANY 2024 Design Award of Merit for their redesign of the Brooklyn Public Library East Flatbush Branch.

  The East Flatbush Public Library scope includes a full renovation of the entire exterior façade and roof as well as the 8,000-square-foot interior. The original 1988 library building had an unwelcoming facade that was closed off from visual access to the street and when inside, there was no natural …


Faculty Eva Perez de Vega and her M.Arch Design Studio 1 students participate in the Gingerbread City exhibition at Southstreet Seaport Museum, Invited by the Museum of Architecture

Come see the structures and landscapes built out of gingerbread and other edible (compostable!) treats, for the “Urban Flooding” theme of the exhibition. at The Seaport from 18 November 2023 until 7 January 2024 About the Exhibit: The Gingerbread City® is a city of the future, designed and constructed entirely from …


SCE faculty Jeremy Barbour’s firm Tacklebox Architecture is recognized with multiple design awards for their recently completed project – % Arabica Coffee

SCE faculty Jeremy Barbour’s firm Tacklebox Architecture was selected as WINNER in the Hospitality Interior category and was awarded the top prize BEST OF BEST in the Commercial Interior category in the 2023 Architecture Masterprize Awards. The % Arabica Coffee project also received recognition for design excellence as an Honoree …


Brian McGrath: Conversation between Design and Environmental Sciences: Waterscape Urbanism and the City as an Ecosystem

Brian McGrath and Danai Thaitakoo’s collaborative and respective works have opened up a new approach to seeing and designing a city as part of wider ecological processes mediated by water flow. The architects’ engagement with environmental sciences — landscape ecology and hydrology in particular — has contributed to the emerging …


SPCS Talks vol.6 Ecological Urban Design With Brian McGrath and Danai Thaitakoo

  Against the backdrop of climate change, including an increase in guerrilla downpours and rising urban temperatures, there is a growing movement in the fields of urban design and architecture to seek forms of coexistence with ecosystems. We will invite Brian McGrath and Danai Thaitakoo to this event from New …