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Creative and Critical Practices

New M.S. in Advanced Urban Design Launches at Cornell AAP in NYC

With the city as both setting and subject, AAP's new graduate program prepares students to address pressing urban, environmental, and social issues using the tools of design. Applications to this program are due January 3, 2023.

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Environment and Sustainability

Destined for the Dump, Construction Waste Gets New Life in the Garden

In The New York Times, Architecture Assistant Professor Felix Heisel comments on the problem of waste generated by architectural mock-ups, suggesting they could be designed to be broken down and reused in the building to be constructed.

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Creative and Critical Practices

Celebrating Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy's Bard of the Periphery

A giant in postwar Italian literature and film, this semester's Cornell in Rome students dive deep into Pasolini's cross-disciplinary work as the city celebrates his centenary.

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FUNCTION

Systems, Roots, Bits: A Conversation About Contemporary Urban Design Challenges, Questions, and Opportunities, December 12

Attend a discussion with leading urban designers to address the ways in which the pillars of this new program — ecology, community, technology, and design — intersect with the urban in meaningful and nourishing ways.

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AAP Graduate Programs

Come to Cornell AAP for grad school! Application deadlines for master's and doctoral programs in architecture, art, planning, and real estate are fast approaching. Find out more.

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Design and Emerging Technologies

2022 ACADIA Conference, Hybrids & Haecceities

The Architect's Newspaper recaps the 41st annual event, which was a particularly "life-giving" in-person iteration, says ACADIA President and Architecture Associate Professor Jenny Sabin.

Aerial view illustration of manufacturing buildings
Creative and Critical Practices

New M.S. in Advanced Urban Design Launches at Cornell AAP in NYC

With the city as both setting and subject, AAP's new graduate program prepares students to address pressing urban, environmental, and social issues using the tools of design. Applications to this program are due January 3, 2023.

Student taking a photograph of framed images hung on a blue wall.
Creative and Critical Practices

Celebrating Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy's Bard of the Periphery

A giant in postwar Italian literature and film, this semester's Cornell in Rome students dive deep into Pasolini's cross-disciplinary work as the city celebrates his centenary.

A person working on a wooden and stone architectural model.
Admissions

AAP Graduate Programs

Come to Cornell AAP for grad school! Application deadlines for master's and doctoral programs in architecture, art, planning, and real estate are fast approaching. Find out more.

Two people working in a garden.
Environment and Sustainability

Destined for the Dump, Construction Waste Gets New Life in the Garden

In The New York Times, Architecture Assistant Professor Felix Heisel comments on the problem of waste generated by architectural mock-ups, suggesting they could be designed to be broken down and reused in the building to be constructed.

A black and white building render with a red background.
FUNCTION

Systems, Roots, Bits: A Conversation About Contemporary Urban Design Challenges, Questions, and Opportunities, December 12

Attend a discussion with leading urban designers to address the ways in which the pillars of this new program — ecology, community, technology, and design — intersect with the urban in meaningful and nourishing ways.

People sitting at a table during a panel with a projected screen behind them.
Design and Emerging Technologies

2022 ACADIA Conference, Hybrids & Haecceities

The Architect's Newspaper recaps the 41st annual event, which was a particularly "life-giving" in-person iteration, says ACADIA President and Architecture Associate Professor Jenny Sabin.

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