News and Events
NewsLok Hired as Assistant Professor of Architecture
Leslie Lok, a visiting critic since 2015 and the B.Arch. coordinator since 2017, becomes an assistant professor of architecture effective July 1.
NewsCornell in Rome's Anna Rita Flati Retires After 30 Years
Cornell in Rome celebrated Anna Rita Flati's career as she prepares to retire after 30 years as administrative director of the program.
NewsAkcan's New Book Gives Voice to Berlin Architects, Policy Makers, and Immigrants
The book explores "open" architecture in the context of the 1980s urban renewal of Berlin's Kreuzberg and the Berlin International Building Exhibition.
NewsHPP's Work Weekend Updates Two Historic Properties in Upstate New York
The Historic Preservation Planning program and the Schenectady County Historical Society joined forces for Work Weekend at two Albany-area properties.
NewsHow They Roll: Architecture Faculty Create Winning Design
Architecture faculty project wins Folly/Function 2018 with movable outdoor seating system made from 3D-printed concrete using Cornell-developed technology.
NewsArchitecture's Lily Chi wins Internationalizing Cornell Curriculum Grant with Incremental Housing Database Proposal
Chi will use the grant to develop a database of drawings and all available documentation on incremental housing designs from around the world.
NewsArt Across Time in Athens
Students in AAP's M.F.A. cohorts visited artists, galleries, and museums in Athens, Greece, for spring break this year.
NewsKaplan Advocates "Urban Alchemy"
FXCollaborative's Dan Kaplan (B.Arch. '84) discussed three essential concepts of urban design during the annual L. Michael Goldsmith lecture at AAP NYC.