A Message from our Dean
At AAP, we share a commitment to doing things we do not yet know we can do — trusting in processes of investigation and imagination. And though we are now dispersed at a time when we may feel we need each other most, I have complete confidence that we will continue to come together in new ways — to act on our most caring and creative instincts, in solidarity with one another across the country and the world… Read the Dean’s letter.
News and Events
In the NewsCross-Campus Effort Rushes 3D-Printed Gear to Weill Cornell
A host of 3D printers at AAP, across the Ithaca campus, and beyond are used in a community-wide effort to produce face shields for medical professionals.
In the NewsAcceptance Stress Ends for Newly Accepted Class of 2024
The class of 2024 includes Subharghya Das, admitted to the B.F.A. program in the Department of Art.
NewsArchitect, Educator, and Author Michael Sorkin Remembered
Michael Sorkin is remembered for the wit, enthusiasm, and critical aesthetic he brought to teaching, writing, and architectural practice.
Function4/6 Virtual Architecture Graduate Open House for Admitted Students, Spring 2020
A web-based open house for admitted architecture graduate students.
NewsArtists in Exile
Graduating B.F.A. student Lucy Plowe reacts to the suspension of classes and art thesis reviews in a Cornell Daily Sun guest column.
In the NewsThe Fiscal Challenges of Climate Change
An op-ed in The Boston Globe by Assistant Professor Linda Shi, CRP, examines challenges municipalities face concerning coastal development and sea-level rise.
Symposium4/2–4/4 POSTPONED: Fabricate 2020: Making Resilient Architecture
Cochaired by Jenny Sabin, Fabricate 2020 takes place April 2–4 in London, co-organized by Swinburne University, The Bartlett School of Architecture, and AAP.
In the NewsStudy Explores Micromobility, Improper Parking in 5 Cities
Despite "scooter clutter," research coauthored by CRP's Nicholas Klein finds that motor vehicles are mainly responsible for blocking foot and street traffic.