At 88, Greenberg still on cutting edge with new course

At 88 years old, professor Don Greenberg ’55 is still on the cutting edge: He’s launched a new undergraduate and graduate course for students in both architecture and computer science, “Design in the Age of Digital Twins.”

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Embracing the audacity of ambition: Future planners explore challenging climate questions facing the field

Students participating in this year's City and Regional Planning fall field trip to sites across New York City considered the many ways climate change impacts urban environments — physically, economically, socially, and environmentally — as well as disparities in resources dedicated to adaptation in different parts of the city.

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Library events highlight open access research

Library celebrates Open Access Week with talks, panels

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From fabric arts to human waste: Student Biennial projects transcend

More than a dozen students are taking part in the 2022 Cornell Biennial, which aims to serve as an anchor for the arts at Cornell and bring artists from around the world to campus.

AAP's Ecological Action Lab highlights plastic and water waste with Tallinn Architecture Biennale sculpture

Friendship WC (Water Chandelier) shines a light on the dual dilemma of global water scarcity and the relentless growth of plastic pollution.

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The future inside and out: Cornell Biennial blankets campus this fall

Spilling out beyond gallery walls and across campus, the 2022 Cornell Biennial "Futurities, Uncertain" is well underway and features work by AAP faculty, students, alumni, and guests.

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AAP’s Yoon receives Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts

The World Cultural Council recognized J. Meejin Yoon, B.Arch. ’95, the Gale and Ira Drukier Dean of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning, for extraordinary accomplishments as an architect and educator, including designs of innovative public spaces and memorials committed to community and social justice.

First-of-its-kind 3D-printed home blends concrete, wood

The Houston home designed by Leslie Lok and Sasa Zivkovik of the College of Architecture, Art and Planning will be the first multistory printed structure in the U.S., featuring a hybrid approach that could be scaled up to multifamily housing developments.

Sound, light artists to lead celebration of Cornell Biennial

The Cornell Council for the Arts launches a celebration of its fifth Cornell Biennial – the largest and most international yet – with exhibition tours, performances and a full day of artist panels, Sept. 15-17.