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Software helps planners design walkable cities

Urbano, a free software recently launched by Cornell researchers, employs data and metrics to help urban planners add walkability features to their designs.

Struggle to save America’s cities is focus of University Lecture

Harvard University historian Lizabeth Cohen will examine the role of government and private enterprise in renewing urban areas in a University Lecture, Nov. 14 at 4:30 p.m. in Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium, Klarman Hall.

Symposium to mark 50th anniversary of ‘Earth Art’

Designers and scholars will discuss contemporary environmental concerns related to the legacy of the landmark 1969 Earth Art exhibition at Cornell at a symposium Nov. 7-8.

Cornell group takes second place in student design competition

The Cornell student chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects was recently awarded second place in the annual student design competition.

Student creates Lego replica of veterinary college

Fourth-year student Samuel Burkhardt, D.V.M. ’20, spent six months and several hundred hours perfecting the challenging build.

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Urban Design Studio team wins top award at state conference

A yearlong project won students from the College of Architecture, Art and Planning a top award from the American Planning Association Upstate New York Chapter.

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AAP dean shows influence, role of design in TCAM keynote

Dean of Architecture, Art and Planning J. Meejin Yoon, B.Arch. ’95, delivered a keynote address on the possibilities, applications and impacts of design Oct. 18 during Cornell’s Trustee-Council Annual Meeting.

Student’s refugee life jacket shelter at exhibition in France

“SOS – Save Our Souls,” an installation by architecture student Achilleas Souras ’23, is on display at Traversèes, a French art fair with the theme of the border, displacement and exile.

NYC-based landscape architecture course a first

This past summer, Cornell landscape architecture students examined complicated redevelopment questions regarding post-industrial sites in New York City and designed their own projects.