Fall 2017 Field Trips

El Nuevo Arte de Hacer Ruinas from Tao DuFour and Lior Galili's option studio Expanded Practices: Havana: Between Regulatory Ecology and Domestic Infrastructures. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18)
El Nuevo Arte de Hacer Ruinas from Tao DuFour and Lior Galili's option studio Expanded Practices: Havana: Between Regulatory Ecology and Domestic Infrastructures. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18)
Social housing project in Camilo Cienfuegos, Havana. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18)
Social housing project in Camilo Cienfuegos, Havana. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18)
Guitarist and furry fan at Plaza Vieja. photo / Derek Yi (M.Arch. '18)
Guitarist and furry fan at Plaza Vieja. photo / Derek Yi (M.Arch. '18)
Street scene in Havana. photo / Lior Galili
Street scene in Havana. photo / Lior Galili
Professor Henry Richardson, architecture, opens a coconut during a class trip to Trinidad and Tobago with the option studio Cultural Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago: Promoting Carnival, Calypso, and Bond Culture in Crusoeland. photo / Amy Wood (B.Arch. '18)
Professor Henry Richardson, architecture, opens a coconut during a class trip to Trinidad and Tobago with the option studio Cultural Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago: Promoting Carnival, Calypso, and Bond Culture in Crusoeland. photo / Amy Wood (B.Arch. '18)
Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella.
Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella.
Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella.
Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella.
Option studio: Croatia from Inside: Interior Urbanism and Adaptive Reuse with Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and Visiting Critic Danica Selem. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19)
Option studio: Croatia from Inside: Interior Urbanism and Adaptive Reuse with Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and Visiting Critic Danica Selem. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19)
Site visits in Croatia. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19)
Site visits in Croatia. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19)
Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and students take a break to enjoy ice cream during the trip to Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18)
Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and students take a break to enjoy ice cream during the trip to Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18)
Site visits in Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18)
Site visits in Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18)
Students encountered busy streets in Matadero, Madrid, during a trip for the option studio Spain / Working in the Old City. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Students encountered busy streets in Matadero, Madrid, during a trip for the option studio Spain / Working in the Old City. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Students at Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Students at Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Visiting Associate Professor Fernando Tabuenca describes the concrete pour and cast of his building, San Jorge Mi Casita. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
Visiting Associate Professor Fernando Tabuenca describes the concrete pour and cast of his building, San Jorge Mi Casita. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18)
CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities.
CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities.
CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities.
CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities.
Students from the Mellon seminar and option studio Berlin - City Between Immigration and Gentrification, during a visit to IBA housing projects with faculty members Esra Akcan, Iftikhar Dadi, and Werner Goehner. View from apartment designed by Zaha Hadid in Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany. photo / Anqing Zhu (M.Arch. ’18)
Students from the Mellon seminar and option studio Berlin - City Between Immigration and Gentrification, during a visit to IBA housing projects with faculty members Esra Akcan, Iftikhar Dadi, and Werner Goehner. View from apartment designed by Zaha Hadid in Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany. photo / Anqing Zhu (M.Arch. ’18)
During their field trip to Berlin with Visiting Critic Luca Padroni and artist Vanessa Alessi, the B.F.A. students in the Cornell in Rome program visited the studio of Bethanien fellow painter Aneta Kajzer. photo / Luca Padroni
During their field trip to Berlin with Visiting Critic Luca Padroni and artist Vanessa Alessi, the B.F.A. students in the Cornell in Rome program visited the studio of Bethanien fellow painter Aneta Kajzer. photo / Luca Padroni
From left, Will Smith (B.F.A. '19), Visiting Critic Luca Padroni, Natalia Marra (B.F.A. '19), Steav Kim (B.F.A. '19), Yukimi Ohashi (B.F.A. '19), and Jada Haynes (B.F.A. '19) pose in front of the Berlin Wall. photo / Vanessa Alessi
From left, Will Smith (B.F.A. '19), Visiting Critic Luca Padroni, Natalia Marra (B.F.A. '19), Steav Kim (B.F.A. '19), Yukimi Ohashi (B.F.A. '19), and Jada Haynes (B.F.A. '19) pose in front of the Berlin Wall. photo / Vanessa Alessi
Students traveled to China for the option studio Beijing / Breathing Architectures with Gensler Visiting Critic Shawn Rickenbacker. photo / Eujean Cheong (M.Arch. '18)
Students traveled to China for the option studio Beijing / Breathing Architectures with Gensler Visiting Critic Shawn Rickenbacker. photo / Eujean Cheong (M.Arch. '18)
Students at Cornell in Rome during a visit to the American​​ Academy with Visiting Critic Liana Miuccio. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. ’20)
Students at Cornell in Rome during a visit to the American​​ Academy with Visiting Critic Liana Miuccio. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. ’20)
Jan Gadeyne guides students in the Cornell in Rome semester around Hadrian’s Villa. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Jan Gadeyne guides students in the Cornell in Rome semester around Hadrian’s Villa. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Nicole Bansal (B.Arch. '20), Sydney Harmon (B.Arch. '20), and Gordon Yoo (B.Arch. '20) sketch and take notes at Hadrian’s Villa during their visit. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Nicole Bansal (B.Arch. '20), Sydney Harmon (B.Arch. '20), and Gordon Yoo (B.Arch. '20) sketch and take notes at Hadrian’s Villa during their visit. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Students at Cornell in Rome take in the view at Villa d'Este. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Students at Cornell in Rome take in the view at Villa d'Este. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20)
Students pose in an elevator during a tour of one of Beijing's high-rise office buildings. photo / Vaharan Elavia (M.Arch.II '18)
Students pose in an elevator during a tour of one of Beijing's high-rise office buildings. photo / Vaharan Elavia (M.Arch.II '18)
El Nuevo Arte de Hacer Ruinas from Tao DuFour and Lior Galili's option studio Expanded Practices: Havana: Between Regulatory Ecology and Domestic Infrastructures. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18) Social housing project in Camilo Cienfuegos, Havana. photo / Alex Mecattaf (M.Arch. '18) Guitarist and furry fan at Plaza Vieja. photo / Derek Yi (M.Arch. '18) Street scene in Havana. photo / Lior Galili Professor Henry Richardson, architecture, opens a coconut during a class trip to Trinidad and Tobago with the option studio Cultural Tourism in Trinidad and Tobago: Promoting Carnival, Calypso, and Bond Culture in Crusoeland. photo / Amy Wood (B.Arch. '18) Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella. Students in the Organization of Urban and Regional Studies explore downtown Rochester with Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Tom Campanella. Option studio: Croatia from Inside: Interior Urbanism and Adaptive Reuse with Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and Visiting Critic Danica Selem. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19) Site visits in Croatia. photo / Greg Keller (B.Arch. '19) Visiting Associate Professor Sasa Begovic and students take a break to enjoy ice cream during the trip to Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18) Site visits in Croatia. photo / Christopher Andras (B.Arch. '18) Students encountered busy streets in Matadero, Madrid, during a trip for the option studio Spain / Working in the Old City. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18) Students at Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18) Visiting Associate Professor Fernando Tabuenca describes the concrete pour and cast of his building, San Jorge Mi Casita. photo / Stephanie Cheung (B.Arch. '18) CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities. CRP 3072/5072 Field Workshop, Hudson River Valley field trip with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz. Identifying and documenting public resources in the Beacon and Cornwall, New York, communities. Students from the Mellon seminar and option studio Berlin - City Between Immigration and Gentrification, during a visit to IBA housing projects with faculty members Esra Akcan, Iftikhar Dadi, and Werner Goehner. View from apartment designed by Zaha Hadid in Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany. photo / Anqing Zhu (M.Arch. ’18) During their field trip to Berlin with Visiting Critic Luca Padroni and artist Vanessa Alessi, the B.F.A. students in the Cornell in Rome program visited the studio of Bethanien fellow painter Aneta Kajzer. photo / Luca Padroni From left, Will Smith (B.F.A. '19), Visiting Critic Luca Padroni, Natalia Marra (B.F.A. '19), Steav Kim (B.F.A. '19), Yukimi Ohashi (B.F.A. '19), and Jada Haynes (B.F.A. '19) pose in front of the Berlin Wall. photo / Vanessa Alessi Students traveled to China for the option studio Beijing / Breathing Architectures with Gensler Visiting Critic Shawn Rickenbacker. photo / Eujean Cheong (M.Arch. '18) Students at Cornell in Rome during a visit to the American​​ Academy with Visiting Critic Liana Miuccio. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. ’20) Jan Gadeyne guides students in the Cornell in Rome semester around Hadrian’s Villa. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20) Nicole Bansal (B.Arch. '20), Sydney Harmon (B.Arch. '20), and Gordon Yoo (B.Arch. '20) sketch and take notes at Hadrian’s Villa during their visit. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20) Students at Cornell in Rome take in the view at Villa d'Este. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. ‘20) Students pose in an elevator during a tour of one of Beijing's high-rise office buildings. photo / Vaharan Elavia (M.Arch.II '18)
News
February 22, 2018

During the fall 2017 semester, AAP students traveled across the state and around the globe.

Destinations included Rochester and the Hudson River valley, New York; and Washington, DC (CRP); Trinidad and Tobago; Zagreb, Croatia; Pamplona, Spain; and Havana and Berlin (architecture and Mellon Expanded Practice Seminar); and New York City (art). In addition, Cornell in Rome students traveled around Italy and other parts of Europe.