Kallipoliti and Theodoridis at Princeton

Nov 6-Jan 5, Princeton SoA Kallipoliti and Theodoridis at Princeton Exhibition “ARE WE HUMAN?” Assistant Professor Lydia Kallipoliti and Ph.D. Candidate Andreas Theodoridis are participating in Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley’s ongoing ARE WE HUMAN? exhibition at Princeton School of Architecture with their project GUINEA PIGS. Kallipoliti and Theodoridis’ project brings together several historical, designed visions of a […]

[Recent Lecture] Skylar Tibbits

Wed Nov 29th – Concert Hall [Lecture] Skylar Tibbits: Self-Assembly & Programmable Materials Skylar Tibbits is currently director of the Self-Assembly Lab at MIT where his research focuses on self-assembly and programmable material technologies for novel manufacturing, products and construction processes. He is currently a Research Scientist in MIT’s Department of Architecture, teaching graduate and undergraduate design […]

Rozana Montiel [Recent Lecture]

Wed Oct 30th – EMPAC Theater: ROZANA MONTIEL: “Inhabiting Different Species of Spaces”_ Rozana Montiel is a Mexican designer and founder of Estudio de Arquitectura, a Mexico-based interdisciplinary firm that focuses on architectural design, artistic re-conceptualizations of space, and the public domain. Her current research includes developing theories in housing, public spaces, and the potential or mobility […]

Latin American Program – Fall 2018

Semester-abroad in Latin America. Program Director: Gustavo Crembil, Associate Professor. email: *protected email* Architecture Rensselaer is thrilled to announce the 2nd edition of the Latin American Program in the Fall of 2018. The semester abroad in Latin America aims to actively engage students with the various architectural scenes in Latin America by establishing different itineraries […]

Blast-Off! Michael Oatman & Stefano Passeri

Wed Oct. 25th, 6:30pm @ Commons Dining Hall TV Room. Blast-Off! Discussion: OATMAN & PASSERI Associate Professor Michael Oatman and Lecturer Stefano Passeri will host this semester’s Blast-Off! Career Discussion Event. Both will talk about their career paths and how they have arrived at where they are today. Michael Oatman will talk about his early […]

Spring 2018 Electives

Elective Courses available:   ARCH4020.01 / Bedford Seminar: Advanced Building Structures (Civil) This interdisciplinary seminar consists of students from both the School of Architecture and Civil Engineering department. Presentation of a variety of structural typologies bears direct relation to practical experience and the necessity for constructive interdisciplinary discourse. Specific structural typologies are examined through historic […]

NOMA Career Center: For Employers & Job Seekers

The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) encourages career seekers and employers to use the newly-designed, feature-rich, NOMA Career Center. The Career Center is catered specifically to employers and future employees of the architectural community. Job Seekers will be able to: Create a Job-Seeker profile Gain access to exclusive job opportunities from major firms Find […]

Quingyun Ma [Recent Lecture]

Wed Oct 4th – EMPAC Theater: QINGYUN MA: “C.A.N. Project”_ Qingyun Ma is a designer principal at the renowned MADA s.p.a.m. architecture firm, and currently an educator at the University of Southern California. As an internationally involved designer, Ma has become a leader in the field and commands an understanding of modern issues in global urbanization. […]

Klein & Leon [Brown’s Fellowship]

Talk: Mon Oct 2, Greene Gallery @6pm | Show: Oct 2-6, GR201 Klein: CRYPTOSCAPES, Leon: DEVICES OF COMMUNICATION Emily Klein and Ivan Leon, student recipients of the Robert S. Brown Traveling Fellowship, will present a two-part exhibition on their recent travel experiences in the United States and abroad. The exhibition will be on display from October […]

Crembil, Kallipoliti and Perry at “Ambiguous Territory”

Faculty News: Professors Gustavo Crembil, Lydia Kallipoliti, and Chris Perry recently participated in the symposium/exhibition Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural at the University of Michigan, which was also co-organized by Chris Perry. Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural is a symposium and concurrent exhibition that situates contemporary discourses and practices of architecture and landscape within the […]

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