Vietnam field trip
Thursday, December 18, 2014

Mellon Seminar and Architecture Studio Collaborate on Urban Aesthetics in Southeast Asian Cities

Students spent several days touring Southeast Asia cities and exploring contemporary conditions found in the region's water-based urban centers. Full Story

CAP exhibit
Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Photography Students Display Work in Ithaca Gallery

Students in art professor Jean Locey's class, Photography: Identity and the Global Lens, recently exhibited work at ArtSpace Gallery in Ithaca. Full Story

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

From @cornellaap

Congratulations to Peter Eisenman on his 2015 @AIANational @ACSAUpdate Topaz Medallion! #ns

2015 Better Philadelphia Challenge poster
Monday, December 15, 2014

Sustainable Urban Design Award

Cornell graduate students win the Better Philadelphia Challenge in the 2015 Ed Bacon Competition. Full Story

State of Politics logo
Monday, December 15, 2014

Mildred Warner Discusses Local Government

CRP professor Mildred Warner spoke about the financial issues facing local governments during the December 11 episode of Capital Tonight. State of Politics

Fred Dicker live radio show
Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Mildred Warner Speaks on Radio Podcast

CRP professor Mildred Warner was featured on the Fred Dicker Live From the Capitol radio show during the December 10th podcast. (click on minute 17:45) TALK 1300 AM

Yana Azova
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Azova Receives Academic Excellence Award from Study Abroad Program

B.S. URS student receives academic award in urban design from the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. Full Story

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tomlan Publishes Historic Preservation: Caring for Our Expanding Legacy

A new book by Michael Tomlan, CRP, draws on a wide range of research and scholarship from the past 50 years to explore past and current ideas in preservation. Full Story

David Teiger
Monday, December 8, 2014

Friend of AAP, David Teiger, Dies at 85

David Teiger was a renowned contemporary art collector and the founding donor for the Teiger Mentor in the Arts Program. Full Story

Friday, December 5, 2014

From @cornellaap

Local Fiscal Stress: State Austerity Policy & Creative Local Response to include CRP faculty & students #ns

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

From @cornellaap

Cornell architecture visiting critic Kunlé Adeyemi in @MuseumModernArt #UnevenGrowth exhibit #ns

C Garibaldi I (2011)
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Taft Receives Grant for Exploration of Rome Memorial Site

A recent grant enables W. Stanley Taft to continue work on a project commemorating the 19th century unification of Italy including an art book and exhibition. Full Story

Print Text Language exhibition in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery
Wednesday, October 27, 2014–November 28, 2014

Print Text Language

The artist’s book is variously-defined. This exhibition presented the many ways in which artists engage with print, text, and language. Full Story

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

Ochshorn Publishes Article in International Journal of Design Education

Professor Jonathan Ochshorn, architecture, recently published an article in the International Journal of Design Education 7. 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

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