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Urbanism and Development

NYC Urban Design Course Technology Recaptures Humanity

Students in a new pilot course on Urban Design Strategies, co-taught by executive director of the Gensler Family AAP NYC Center Robert Balder (B.S. URS '89) with Cornell Tech, propose ways to improve the livability of four NYC locations with the help of augmented- and virtual-reality.

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Urbanism and Development

Urbanization and The Challenge of Water Access

During Cornell's June 11 Virtual Reunion, an expert panel that included Professor Victoria Beard, CRP, discussed challenges of the next three decades in The Future of Cities, moderated by NPR's David Folkenflik '91.

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Creative and Critical Practices

PolyForm Celebrates Mission, Spirit of Human Ecology

PolyForm is a public art pavilion designed by Jenny Sabin and her practice, Jenny Sabin Studio. A vibrant new gateway to the College of Human Ecology, PolyForm represents the college's values and honors the work of S. Kay Obendorf, professor emerita of fiber science and apparel design, a driving force and inspiration behind the project.

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Creative and Critical Practices

The Baker Museum Receives a Climate Resilient Renovation by Weiss/Manfredi

Metropolis Magazine covers the expansion of Florida's revered museum by the firm of Michael Manfredi (M.Arch. '80), which is known for integrating architecture, art, public space, and landscape design.

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Announcement

KPF Announces Winners of the 2021 Kohn Pedersen Fox Traveling Fellowship

Molly Meng Ma (M.Arch. '21) has won a 2021 Kohn Pedersen Fox Traveling Fellowship for her project Mining the Land. Shown is Ma's drawing of an aviary over Beebe Lake created for the M.Arch. Core Studio De Ovis et Avibus.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Tour de Bourse

ArtForum reviews the new Bourse de Commerce Museum, highlighting Louise Lawler's (B.F.A. '69) conceptual photography Helms Amendment, which captures the inhumanity of the 1987 senate vote against funding AIDS education.

A a large yellow walkway structure with pedestrians and traffic.
Urbanism and Development

NYC Urban Design Course Technology Recaptures Humanity

Students in a new pilot course on Urban Design Strategies, co-taught by executive director of the Gensler Family AAP NYC Center Robert Balder (B.S. URS '89) with Cornell Tech, propose ways to improve the livability of four NYC locations with the help of augmented- and virtual-reality.

Multicolored glass boxes reflecting multicolored light onto concrete.
Creative and Critical Practices

PolyForm Celebrates Mission, Spirit of Human Ecology

PolyForm is a public art pavilion designed by Jenny Sabin and her practice, Jenny Sabin Studio. A vibrant new gateway to the College of Human Ecology, PolyForm represents the college's values and honors the work of S. Kay Obendorf, professor emerita of fiber science and apparel design, a driving force and inspiration behind the project.

A collage of architectural planning drawings showing a triangular bridge like structure.
Announcement

KPF Announces Winners of the 2021 Kohn Pedersen Fox Traveling Fellowship

Molly Meng Ma (M.Arch. '21) has won a 2021 Kohn Pedersen Fox Traveling Fellowship for her project Mining the Land. Shown is Ma's drawing of an aviary over Beebe Lake created for the M.Arch. Core Studio De Ovis et Avibus.

Two black buckets underneath a water spout connected to a small stream.
Urbanism and Development

Urbanization and The Challenge of Water Access

During Cornell's June 11 Virtual Reunion, an expert panel that included Professor Victoria Beard, CRP, discussed challenges of the next three decades in The Future of Cities, moderated by NPR's David Folkenflik '91.

A square block building facade with a large square window.
Creative and Critical Practices

The Baker Museum Receives a Climate Resilient Renovation by Weiss/Manfredi

Metropolis Magazine covers the expansion of Florida's revered museum by the firm of Michael Manfredi (M.Arch. '80), which is known for integrating architecture, art, public space, and landscape design.

A white walled room with artwork displayed in rows.
Social Equity and Engagement

Tour de Bourse

ArtForum reviews the new Bourse de Commerce Museum, highlighting Louise Lawler's (B.F.A. '69) conceptual photography Helms Amendment, which captures the inhumanity of the 1987 senate vote against funding AIDS education.

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