Architectural Representation and the City

Architectural drawing of the Whitney Museum with green layered diagram of separate floors

Architectural Representation and the City is a class taught at AAP NYC by Visiting Lecturer Daisy Ames. As part of the students' final pin-up, the work of the entire semester will be lining the walls of Cornell AAP NYC. This event is open to all — friends, family, alumni — who enjoy architectural representations and the conversations that arise from them. The final pinup will begin at 3 p.m., followed by a reception at 6 p.m.

Students in the exhibition include:

  • Aleksandr Dmitrashchuk (B.Arch. '20)
  • Judy Dong (B.Arch. '21)
  • Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21)
  • Brandon Nolasco (B.Arch. '20)
  • Zekun Tong (B.Arch. '21)
  • Cornelius Anthony Tulloch (B.Arch. '21)
  • Chi Yamakawa (B.Arch. '21)
  • Bill Zhang (B.Arch. '21)

Daisy Ames is the founding principal of Studio Ames, LLC. Her professional practice experience comes from work done in the New York City offices of Richard Meier, Massimo Vignelli, Peter Eisenman, and Matthew Baird Architects. Ames received her bachelor of arts from Brown University in both cultural anthropology, and the history of art and architecture, and her master of architecture from Yale University.

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