Reimagining a future for a neglected rural estate in Poland once in Ann Michel '77's family, students in a fall 2015 architecture design studio are featured in her documentary "Reversing Oblivion."
Students in a Mellon collaborative studies seminar in architecture, urbanism and the humanities spent eight days in Cuba this semester to study the island's changing politics and environment.
Patrick Braga '17 combines his interests in urban planning, music and the architecture of Le Corbusier in his second opera, "Eyes That Do Not See," Nov. 11 in Milstein Hall.
The "Goldwater: Autopsy of a Hospital" exhibition in Milstein Hall, features photography of the Roosevelt Island landmark that stood on the site of the Cornell Tech campus.
A group of architecture graduate students traveled to Colombia to study the city of Bogota’s natural boundary with adjacent mountains and suggest sustainable solutions for this part of the city.
Jenny Sabin and collaborator Peter Lloyd Jones debuted their progressive experimental design installation "THE BEACON" Oct. 6, continuing over 10 days at the DesignPhiladelphia 2016 exposition.
The annual Preston Thomas Symposium, Oct. 13–15, will focus on India and feature guest speakers and the release of professor of architecture Mary Woods' new book, "Women Architects in India."
The College of Architecture, Art and Planning's New York City studios, AAP NYC, will be part of the Open House New York Weekend Oct. 15-16 with events including a film screening and panel.
Assistant professor of architecture Jenny Sabin and alumna Susan T. Rodriguez '81, B.Arch. '82, are among five winners of Architectural Record's 2016 Women in Architecture Awards.