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POSTMODERN PROCEDURES

POSTMODERN PROCEDURES Princeton University School of Architecture December 4th and 5th / Betts Auditorium Conference organized by Sylvia Lavin The purpose of the conference is twofold: first, to produce new […]

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Patchwork City

The future skyline of Queens bears a superficial resemblance to Jersey City: More than a dozen tall buildings are planned to rise along the Queens Waterfront and, as a result of Special District zoning, many others are in the works in Long Island City and Hunters Point. As D. Grahame Shane reports, the Department of City Planning’s surgical approach to zoning is stimulating strategic development throughout the borough, promising a series of dynamic urban patchessas well as some awkward seams. […]

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Black students demand action on institutionalized whiteness at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design

As mass demonstrations against police brutality and systemic anti-Blackness continue across the United States, many architecture schools have come under intense scrutiny for their equivocal responses to the movement. Students […]

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Architecture schools send messages of solidarity to those protesting against police violence, racial injustice

Along with professional architecture associations and nonprofits, major academic institutions with schools and departments devoted to creating and better understanding the built environment have also joined the choir of voices […]

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Experience the best student projects in these virtual end-of-year exhibitions

Many architecture students have just wrapped up their final studios and exams, and what an interesting semester it has been. Social distancing has forced the closure of schools, sending design […]

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Carme Pinós Lecture

A lecture by Carme Pinós, founder of Barcelona based Estudio Carme Pinós with response by Mabel O. Wilson, Nancy and George Rupp Professor, Columbia GSAPP. Carme Pinós graduated in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape […]

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