A historic all-school publication that embodies the school’s transdisciplinary approach to education, consistent theme of radical speculation, innovative pedagogical methods, and research addressing major global challenges.
Founder of the influential studio Morphosis and co-founder of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, Thom Mayne marries conceptual ideas with form, challenging the way we perceive structure, building and the environment.
Internationally renowned Chilean architect Smiljan Radić is transcending contemporary architectural labels by emphasizing heterogeneity of social context, environment, and materiality in his practice, founded in 1995.
International study is a defining aspect of Rensselaer’s architectural education. The School of Architecture offers international semester long programs in Italy, India, and China.
EMPAC opened its doors in 2008 and was soon hailed as a “technological pleasure dome for the mind and senses… dedicated to the marriage of art and science as it has never been done before” (NY Times).
Theodore Spyropoulos is co-founder of experimental architecture and design studio Minimaforms, and Director of the Architectural Association’s world renowned Design Research Lab (AADRL) in London.
MATERIAL INTENSITIES, the challenge of this recent conference, intended to dissolve our notion of the built environment as inert constructions enclosing physically sealed spaces. Host_Directors: Demetrios Comodromos, Jefferson Ellinger.
Exhibition opens Saturday February 11 to Sunday April 15, 2012 / Book Launch: Sunday, April 1, 2012, time tbd / THE HYDE COLLECTION: 161 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801.
Exhibition Perry Kulper: ‘Rare Breeds + Extinct Species’ Opening Reception: Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010, 6 pm Location: Green Gallery, School of Architecture (2nd floor) Biography: Perry Kulper is an architect and Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan. Prior to his arrival at the University of Michigan he was a member of the […]
An exploration on potential futures for the Shaker legacy.