Tuesday, April 12, 2022
Expo of Biomaterial Structures Populates University of Virginia Campus, Created by Architecture Students and Scholars
Archinect explores a UVA exhibition led by Katie MacDonald (B.Arch. '13) and Kyle Schumann (B.Arch. '13) which includes a project by architecture faculty Leslie Lok and Sasa Zivkovic's HANNAH studio.
Thursday, March 24, 2022
I Tilted Over Until It Becomes Horizon
An exhibition that "expands notions of queer kinship through shapeshifting and time travel" and includes work by art Visiting Critics Abigail Raphael Collins and dean erdmann, at the String Room Gallery on the campus of Wells College.
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Maria Park: Present Matter
An exhibition of works by Maria Park, titled Present Matter, explores protocol, legibility, and duration as they relate to the interruptions surrounding our lives.
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Cornell Atkinson Advances Four Joint Research Projects, Deepens EDF Partnership
Assistant Professor Linda Shi, CRP, will assist the new NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice in connecting housing advocacy groups, community organizations, academics, and government staff to develop strategies for flood relief.
Monday, March 14, 2022
Werewolf: The Architecture of Lunacy, Shapeshifting, and Material Metamorphosis
A new book coedited by Associate Professor Caroline O'Donnell and José Ibarra (B.Arch. '16) explores an emerging but under-investigated branch of architecture that examines the transformation of form.
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Key to the City
Art Department Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas's large-scale public realm project Key to the City moves from NYC to England this summer, produced by Fierce Festival in partnership with Commonwealth Games and Birmingham 2022 Festival.
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Resident-Owned Resilience: Can Cooperative Land Ownership Enable Transformative Climate Adaptation for Manufactured Housing Communities?
In Housing Policy Debate, CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi and co-authors say research is needed to assess how resident-owned models of manufactured housing communities impact hazard vulnerability.
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Lily Chi: "Housing Agency"
Architecture Professor Lily Chi's paper "Housing Agency" in ITA's themed issue "Ideas at Home" examines what incremental and adaptable design offers for contemporary design thinking more broadly.
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
3 going through 9 to get to 27
Paintings and tapestries by Assistant Professor Leeza Meksin, art, are part of the Galveston Artist Residency (GAR) Gallery group exhibition on display now through mid-May.
Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Abolish Human Bans: Intertwined Histories of Architecture
In a new book, Professor Esra Akcan builds on her theory of architectural translation through the lens of architectural history to ask if architects can commit to peace rather than to dominant geopolitical regimes.
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind: Understanding The Sanitation Crisis In Global South Cities
In the Journal of Environmental Management, CRP Professor and Associate Dean of Research Initiatives Victoria A. Beard analyzes the urban sanitation service provision gap in cities in the Global South.
Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Amant Art Center by SO – IL
In Architectural Record, Professor of the Practice in architecture Florian Idenburg and his design practice SO–IL designs a sophisticated campus for the Amant Art Center amid its industrial setting in Brooklyn.
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
What the Pandemic's 'Open Streets' Really Revealed
In his Bloomberg CityLab op-ed, CRP Associate Professor Stephan Schmidt examines popularity and pushback to covid-inspired traffic restrictions and street changes in U.S. cities.
Thursday, December 30, 2021
Toward Comparative Polycentricity Scores: Assessing Variations in Regional Delineation and Subcenter Identification
A paper by CRP's Associate Professor Stephan Schmidt and Ph.D. candidate Ryan Thomas examines comparative polycentricity indicators, which influence research and policies related to urban development.
Monday, December 13, 2021
Best Art Books of 2021
A New York Times art critic selects the MoMA exhibition catalog for Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America, edited by cocurators Sean Anderson, associate professor of architecture, and scholar Mabel O. Wilson.
Friday, December 10, 2021
Arts Quad Installation Upcycles Wood With Mixed Reality
Assistant Professor Leslie Lok and her Rural-Urban Innovation (RUBI) Lab used mixed-reality technologies and holographic visualization to process and construct with upcycled barn wood and plywood. In the Cornell Chronicle.
Monday, November 22, 2021
The Sculptural Facade of This Store Offers a Hint of What Is Inside
Contemporist profiles a unique retail store in Wuhan, China, designed by Antistatics Architecture, the firm of Assistant Professor of the Practice Martin Miller, in collaboration with artist Yue Minjun.
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Bronin and Byrne's Historic Preservation Law, 2d ed
Coauthored by Professor Sara Bronin, CRP, and recently published by Foundation Press, the book is the first comprehensive set of teaching materials covering diverse topics vital to contemporary practice in property, land use, and real estate law.