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Announcement

Gensler family endows, names Cornell AAP NYC program

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning announces a $10 million endowment from M. Arthur Gensler and his family to support the future of the college's thriving New York City–based program, AAP NYC. The gift names the Gensler Family AAP NYC Center at its 26 Broadway location in Manhattan.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Peter Robinson on Building Trust, Black Spaces, and Black Futures in Brooklyn

Alumnus and AAP NYC visiting critic Peter Robinson (B.Arch. '98) discusses his architecture career, his ongoing work with the BlackSpace Urbanist Collective, and translating research and design practices that build upon Black community histories and experiences to create a studio that is as much about process as it is about production.

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Lecture Series

ECOWEEK 2021 Rome: Towards Intersectional Justice, January 16–17

Register for this event curated by Ph.D. HAUD candidate Maria Luisa Palumbo, featuring history of architecture Professor Esra Akcan, Aslihan Gunhan (Ph.D. HAUD '22), and more as they take part in an upcoming series on public space and social justice.  

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Creative and Critical Practices

Reconfiguring the Present: A 2020 List of Other Futures

Department of Art Assistant Professor Alexandro Segade's graphic novel/queer utopian philosophical treatise, The Context, featured in Frieze's list of films and books of 2020.  

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Urbanism and Development

The U.S. General Who Steered China Right

CRP Associate Professor Thomas J. Campanella pens a Wall Street Journal OpEd about the U.S. general who influenced China's driving habits–from driving on the left side of the road to the right.

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Message from Dean Yoon

A Significant Milestone for AAP

a man in a blue shirt and tie and glasses with his hands folded on a table in front of a window
Announcement

Gensler family endows, names Cornell AAP NYC program

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning announces a $10 million endowment from M. Arthur Gensler and his family to support the future of the college's thriving New York City–based program, AAP NYC. The gift names the Gensler Family AAP NYC Center at its 26 Broadway location in Manhattan.

an image of a domed ceiling of the Pantheon with a hole in the middle with light breaking through and text on top
Lecture Series

ECOWEEK 2021 Rome: Towards Intersectional Justice, January 16–17

Register for this event curated by Ph.D. HAUD candidate Maria Luisa Palumbo, featuring history of architecture Professor Esra Akcan, Aslihan Gunhan (Ph.D. HAUD '22), and more as they take part in an upcoming series on public space and social justice.  

cars in traffic with multiple lanes
Urbanism and Development

The U.S. General Who Steered China Right

CRP Associate Professor Thomas J. Campanella pens a Wall Street Journal OpEd about the U.S. general who influenced China's driving habits–from driving on the left side of the road to the right.

collage of text, housing images, banner images and text images of Brownsville
Social Equity and Engagement

Peter Robinson on Building Trust, Black Spaces, and Black Futures in Brooklyn

Alumnus and AAP NYC visiting critic Peter Robinson (B.Arch. '98) discusses his architecture career, his ongoing work with the BlackSpace Urbanist Collective, and translating research and design practices that build upon Black community histories and experiences to create a studio that is as much about process as it is about production.

a black book cover with white dots like the galaxy and a person with the title of the book in yellow
Creative and Critical Practices

Reconfiguring the Present: A 2020 List of Other Futures

Department of Art Assistant Professor Alexandro Segade's graphic novel/queer utopian philosophical treatise, The Context, featured in Frieze's list of films and books of 2020.  

tall buildings in nyc against a blue sky and clouds
Message from Dean Yoon

A Significant Milestone for AAP


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.

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