Tuesday, July 16 , 2019
It gives me great pleasure to announce that, following an open search that received over two hundred applications, Nora Akawi and Lydia Kallipoliti will join the School of Architecture community as full time, tenure track faculty beginning September first. 

On behalf of the entire School of Architecture, I thank the Faculty Search Committee for their diligence, dedication and many hours of discussion and debate during the search process. We are especially grateful to Diana Agrest and Anthony Vidler for their work as co-chairs of the committee.
We look forward to welcoming Professors Akawi and Kallipoliti to the School in the fall and to the new areas of thought that they will bring to the school. Learn More... 
Imagination of Space: The Cooper Union Project on Governors Island, Nolan Park 6B

Imagination of Space, presented by The Cooper Union for the Advancement  of Science and Art, organized and curated by Ceren Bingol,  is dedicated to the exploration and exhibition of projects in architecture, art,  poetry, sound and performance. A series of residencies and exhibitions  will feature professional and student artists, architects, poets and writers  creating and collaborating on immersive work that celebrates imagination in  space, ecology, form, light, sound and material. The project runs from June 1 through October 31, 2019. 


Phenomenology of Space - (June 1 through October 31)
In an Advanced Concepts in Phenomenology of Space seminar taught by  Ceren Bingol, 10 architecture students, Juan Cardona, Claudia D'Auria,  Yoonsang Jo, Jisoo Kim, Jihoon Park, Karim Sabry, Jeremy Son, Maren  Speyer, Tracy Tan and Brandy Vazquez, explore the intersection of poetics  and architecture through a series of full scale installations and moveable  objects inside the house. The projects reimagine and activate the physical  constructed space and perceived emotional or metaphorical space, while  enabling a collaborative discourse between professional and student creatives,  and the public.

Descension - (June 22 through July 14)
Is an installation by Rebecca Ripple employing a collection of aerial views of clouds downloaded from the  Internet and transferred onto sand bags forming a circle or barricade. Sand  bags are tools for protection and isolation. They are used in war and natural  disasters by the military and civilians. It is an inversion of the art historical  depictions of the Assumption of Mary into heaven ("...having completed the  course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory." -  Pope Pius XII, 1950.) It is a perspective from a flying carpet... hovering and  giving an overview. The Internet is also a way of traveling to new lands and  experiencing without the bodily senses.
Nader Tehrani, Arch dean/fac | Article | "MIT's Building Boom Brings New Slate of Major Architects to Campus," ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, July 3, 2019

John Hejduk, AR '50, Arch dean/fac emeritus (deceased) | Article | "Robert E. Somol pens an open letter to the departed Stanley Tigerman," THE ARCHITECTS' NEWSPAPER, July 12, 2019

RICA Studio* (Lorena del Rio, Inaqui Carnicero, both Arch fac) | Featured | GA DOCUMENT 151, International 2019

Ceren Bingol, Arch fac | Article | Imagination of Space presented by Cooper Union, Governors Island, Summer 2019
Daniel Libeskind, AR '70 | Featured | GA DOCUMENT 151, International 2019

Paul Lubowicki, AR '77 | Article | "Exclusive Look Inside Frank Gehry's Home," ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, June 2, 2019

Diller Scofidio + Renfro (Elizabeth Diller, AR '79, Ricardo Scofidio, AR '55/Arch fac emeritus) | Article | "The first phase of DS+R's linear London park is now open to the public," THE ARCHITECTS' NEWSPAPER, July 9, 2019 | Award | 2019 Louis I. Kahn Award, Center for Architecture and Design in partnership with AIA Philadelphia, June 25, 2019, Philadelphia, PA. | Article | "DS+R and Rockwell Group's The Shed opens its massive guillotine doors," THE ARCHITECTS' NEWSPAPER, June 21, 2019 | Award | SAH Change Agent Award, Society of Architectural Historians, NYC, July 17, 2019 | Article | "MIT's Building Boom Brings New Slate of Major Architects to Campus," ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, July 3, 2019

Elizabeth Diller, AR '79 | Article | "Elizabeth Diller on The Shed, The High Line, and the MoMA Expansion," ARCHDAILY, June 26, 2019

Lee Skolnick, AR '79 | Article | "So You Think You Want to Build a New Science Center...," NXTBOOK, July-August 2019

Nelligan White (Bruce Nelligan, AR '80) | Award | 2019 SARA-NY Award Winner

Stan Allen, AR '81 | Article | "Robert E. Somol pens an open letter to the departed Stanley Tigerman," THE ARCHITECTS' NEWSPAPER, July 12, 2019

Shigeru Ban, AR '84 | Featured | GA DOCUMENT 151, International 2019 | Article | "Shigeru Ban Designs Temporary Notre-Dame Pavilion," ARCHDAILY, July 10, 2019 | Article | "Shigeru Ban Designs Temporary Notre-Dame Pavilion," METALOCUS, July 11, 2019

Alexander Wood, AR '10 | Article | "MIT Celebrates Oldest Architecture Program in the United States with the Exhibition Drawing, Designing, Thinking: 150 Years of Teaching Architecture at MIT," MIT, January 15, 2019

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | The Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Awards (AREA) invites architecture post grads and alumni beginning their career in architecture to submit their best project and written entries. You may email questions to diana.zieba@emap.com. Deadline: August 30, 2019. Learn More...  

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS | AMPS London Conference: The City and Complexity offers a to revisit the consequences of five decades after complexity theory was first applied to our reading of the city. Deadline: December 1, 2019. Learn More...

DESIGN CONTEST | Zero Threshold: Barrier-Free Living is seeking innovative design ideas that improve accessibility for persons with autism, physical disabilities, and limitations due to aging. Deadline: July 16, 2019. Learn More... 

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | SARA National Design Awards 2019 celebrates design excellence in architecture and design through awards granted to a wide range of categories and project types. Deadline: August 3, 2019. Learn More...

CALL FOR ENTRIES | Moon Lighting 5 is an art exhibition of participants working in a variety of mediums such as photography, textiles, sculpture, origami, quilting, wood carving, glass blowing, sewing, pottery, ceramics, writing, painting, drawing, and jewelry. Deadline: August 16, 2019. Learn More...

CALL FOR APPLICANTS | Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship is an early career award for an emerging architect working towards licensure and covers the full cost of the ARE as well as study materials. Applications will open in early summer 2019. Learn More...

INTERNSHIP NETWORK | MANO PROJECT connects thoughtful Latinx leaders who share a passion for serving their communities and provide professional development and training opportunities for Latinx college students and graduates. Deadlines vary. Learn More... 

CALL FOR INTERNS | Rios Clementi Hale Studios is seeking applicants in architecture, landscape architecture, interiors, and technology/AR for summer 2019 internships. Learn More... 

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | CITY University of London: Complexity and the City Conference Seeks entries that explore design as intertwined in a web of other related agendas and disciplines including social policy, cultural expression, health, art, finance, and more. Deadline: December 1, 2019. Learn More...


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