News and Events
NewsFaculty Team from Art, Architecture, and Engineering Win City of Dreams Competition
The winning entry, Oculi, is crafted from disused grain silos and will be installed on Governors Island in New York City this summer.
NewsDesign Connect Projects Will Come to Fruition in Two Upstate Towns
Design Connect teams provided design and planning recommendations to the towns of Brutus and Urbana that led to grants from New York State.
Lecture2/28 Toshiko Mori: Dialogue in Architecture
Recent work by Mori's firm, Toshiko Mori Architect PLLC, includes master plans for the Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch and a cultural center in Senegal.
Lecture3/1 Hannah Levy: Artist Talk
Levy makes surreal sculptures that revisualize the formal language of classic office and home furnishings into extraordinary and alluring anthropomorphic forms.
NewsStein Institute Back Online for 2018
The Department of City and Regional Planning (CRP) has revamped its programs honoring the legacy of progressive planning icon Clarence S. Stein.
NewsRichard Meier (B.Arch. '56) Endows Architecture Chair
The chair of AAP's Department of Architecture will bear the name of one of the college's renowned alumni — Richard Meier (B.Arch. '56).
NewsConstruction Begins on Mui Ho Fine Arts Library
The 18-month project will rehabilitate Rand Hall and create a state-of-the-art facility for the 125,000-volume collection of fine arts materials.
SpotlightImmigration Order: CU Updates and Resources
University resources and information about recent U.S. executive actions and statements relating to the travel ban and the DACA program.