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Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning marks the Department of Architecture's 150th academic year and a century of art education with a broad slate of college-wide events from exhibitions and artist talks, to symposia, public lectures and special community gatherings.

This Week at AAP

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Announcement

$30M Gift to establish Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate

A $30 million gift from Paul Rubacha '72, MBA '73, will create an innovative multicollege department of real estate jointly led by the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning and the SC Johnson College of Business. The new department builds on a 30-year legacy of real estate education at Cornell and will increase opportunities for students and faculty to advance the field with engaged learning and impact-focused scholarship.

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Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

'Measures and Meaning' Exhibition features AAP Alums, Faculty

The Cornell Chronicle previews an exhibition curated by Architecture Associate Professor Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96) that showcases work by 20 artists and architects whose views of the built environment defy boundaries.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Alumni Group Advocates to Advance Equity Work at AAP

Alumni group helps create channels of philanthropy intended to directly support the experience and growth of students of underrepresented backgrounds and strengthen the work of AAP's Office of Diversity + Inclusion.

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Environment and Sustainability

The Role of Circular Materials and Construction Practices in Reducing Carbon Emissions

Architectural Record explores the work of Architecture Assistant Professor Felix Heisel's Circular Construction Lab in supporting the reuse and recycling of materials at their highest utility and value.

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Urbanism and Development

White House Nationwide Zoning Reform Effort Needs Data

In an op-ed for The Hill, CRP Professor Sara Bronin explains that in order for President Biden's incentives for zoning reform to be most effective, there's a need to collect a lot more data. 

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Creative and Critical Practices

UK-Based Public Art Project Offers Any Person 'Key to the City'

Over 10 weeks starting May 28, a key designed by AAP Art Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas for the Birmingham 2022 Festival will allow thousands of residents and visitors to pass through typically inaccessible and hidden urban spaces throughout the city of Birmingham, England.

A person with a blue shirt and dark blue blazer in front of a grey background.
Announcement

$30M Gift to establish Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate

A $30 million gift from Paul Rubacha '72, MBA '73, will create an innovative multicollege department of real estate jointly led by the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning and the SC Johnson College of Business. The new department builds on a 30-year legacy of real estate education at Cornell and will increase opportunities for students and faculty to advance the field with engaged learning and impact-focused scholarship.

View of a brick building through a glass window with reflections
Social Equity and Engagement

Alumni Group Advocates to Advance Equity Work at AAP

Alumni group helps create channels of philanthropy intended to directly support the experience and growth of students of underrepresented backgrounds and strengthen the work of AAP's Office of Diversity + Inclusion.

Aerial view of suburban house rooftops
Urbanism and Development

White House Nationwide Zoning Reform Effort Needs Data

In an op-ed for The Hill, CRP Professor Sara Bronin explains that in order for President Biden's incentives for zoning reform to be most effective, there's a need to collect a lot more data. 

Large yellow metal staircases and advertisements within a tree dense space.
Architecture at 150 | Art at 100

'Measures and Meaning' Exhibition features AAP Alums, Faculty

The Cornell Chronicle previews an exhibition curated by Architecture Associate Professor Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96) that showcases work by 20 artists and architects whose views of the built environment defy boundaries.

Contemporary building facade with taxi stand in front.
Environment and Sustainability

The Role of Circular Materials and Construction Practices in Reducing Carbon Emissions

Architectural Record explores the work of Architecture Assistant Professor Felix Heisel's Circular Construction Lab in supporting the reuse and recycling of materials at their highest utility and value.

A diagram of keys with different graphics and text forming a blueprint.
Creative and Critical Practices

UK-Based Public Art Project Offers Any Person 'Key to the City'

Over 10 weeks starting May 28, a key designed by AAP Art Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas for the Birmingham 2022 Festival will allow thousands of residents and visitors to pass through typically inaccessible and hidden urban spaces throughout the city of Birmingham, England.

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