Noah Demarest, Catherine De Almeida, Scott Whitham, and Aleksandr Mergold
Monday, November 24, 2014

How Dirty is the Emerson Property?

A team of local engineers, architects, and attorneys — including AAP's Aleksandr Mergold — restart the Emerson site contamination conversation. IthacaTimes

Spolia Symposium
Monday, November 24, 2014

Symposium Examines History and Future of Re-use in Architecture, Design, and Landscape

Symposium explores the ancient phenomenon of spolia and its relevance to efforts to forge more sustainable and resilient human patterns of habitation. Full Story

Esra Akcan
Friday, November 21, 2014

Esra Akcan: Open Architecture and the Noncitizen: Urban Renewal of Kreuzberg-Berlin (IBA ’1984/87)

Esra Akcan was featured in the Department of City and Regional Planning's fall lecture series Full Story

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Planning Professors Conduct New Analysis of Cornell's Economic Impact

A recent report by CRP's Kieran Donaghy and Yuri Mansury finds that Cornell's expenditures have helped Tompkins County residents in all income classes. Full Story

Michael Sorkin
Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Michael Sorkin: How Green Was My City

Michael Sorkin was featured in the Department of City and Regional Planning's fall lecture series. Full Story

black and white picture
Wednesday, November 10, 2014–November 14, 2014

Marc Miller and Christine O'Malley: Building a Legacy: The Cassell Family and Cornell

An exhibition highlighting five members of the Cassell family who attended Cornell and became architects and builders. Full Story

Anoka Faruqee
Thursday, November 13, 2014

Anoka Faruqee: Future Perfect

Anoka Faruqee was featured in the Department of Art's fall lecture series Full Story

Students standing in front of red caboose
Thursday, November 13, 2014

OURS Visits Buffalo

More than 30 students spent a day in late October touring the historical legacy and changing urban landscape of the city of Buffalo. Full Story

Anupama Kundoo
Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Anupama Kundoo: Building Knowledge

Anupama Kundoo was featured in the Department of Architecture's fall lecture series. Full Story

Carnicero at conference
Monday, November 10, 2014

Carnicero Speaks at Design Networking Nights in Mexico

Design Networking Nights was held at the Centro De Estudios Superiores de Diseño de Monterrey in Santa Catarina, Mexico. Full Story

Figure detail from Gensler Shanghai Tower exhibition
Wednesday, October 13, 2014–November 7, 2014

Gensler: Shanghai Tower

Images from the Gensler Shanghai Tower exhibition and artist talk. Full Story

architecture studio
Thursday, November 6, 2014

Cornell Ranks Among America's Best Architecture Schools 2015

Cornell's B.Arch. program ranked number one in DesignIntelligence's annual survey for the best architecture and design schools in the U.S. Full Story

Image of Jenny Sabin by Michael George
Thursday, November 6, 2014

An Architect Whose Wild Structures Imitate Cells

ColorFolds, a cross-discipline project by Jenny Sabin responds to its environment, folding and unfolding when sensors detect changes. Wired

Detroit field trip
Monday, November 3, 2014

CRP Field Trip Visits Detroit

This year's annual CRP field trip took M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students to Detroit for a glimpse of the myriad planning and preservation issues the city faces. Full Story

detail from book cover
Friday, October 31, 2014

Mark Morris Participates in Educating Architects Book Launch and Symposium

Morris's chapter focuses on the post-war phase of curricular reform, and the creation of unique identities of individual architecture schools. Full Story

Jenny Sabin and Kunlé Adeyemi with desks and students in the background.
Thursday, October 30, 2014

Sabin and Adeyemi Make Metropolis New Talent 2014 List

Architecture's Jenny Sabin and Kunlé Adeyemi are among the 10 people that comprise Metropolis magazine's New Talent 2014 list. Full Story

Thursday, October 30, 2014

From @cornellaap

Read the Cornell AAP NYC students blog #ns

Sharon Zukin
Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Sharon Zukin: The Globalization of Local Shopping Streets: Urban Ecosystems from New York to Shanghai

Sharon Zukin was featured in the Department of City and Regional Planning's fall lecture series. Full Story

Installation by artist Kimsooja
Monday, October 27, 2014

Kimsooja Pierces Cornell University Campus with Needle-shaped Pavilion

A close look at Arts Quad installation by Korean-born conceptual multimedia artist, Kimsooja, curated by Stephanie Owens, director of the CCA. designboom

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