Case Studies in Urban Development
Case Studies in Urban Development (CSUD), hosted by AAP, is an annual symposium focused on an urban real estate project recently completed or in an advanced phase of development.
Preston H. Thomas Memorial Lecture Series and Symposium
The Preston H. Thomas Memorial Lecture Series was established in memory of Thomas by his parents in 1975.
The Hans and Roger Strauch Symposium on Sustainable Design
A gift from Hans (B.Arch. ’80) and Roger ’78 Strauch, to support continued engagement with the topic of sustainability make the annual symposia possible as well as a visiting professorship for a three-year period.
Celebrate Milstein Hall
More than 800 AAP alumni, students, faculty, and staff ushered in a new era for the college on March 9 and 10, 2012, with two days of celebratory events marking the completion of Milstein Hall. Speakers included Rem Koolhaas, Shohei Shigematsu, Robert Silman, John Reps, and William Forsythe. A dance performance by Brock Labrenz of the Forsythe Dance Company, exhibitions by Simon Ungers and Anthony Ames, and a blow-out party held under the Milstein and Sibley domes made the weekend memorable.
Unpacking the Nano Symposium
“Unpacking the Nano: The Price of the World's Most Affordable Car” was an international symposium that addressed the complex and potentially monumental impact of the Nano — the sub-$2,500 automobile designed and produced in India by Tata Motors.