Fall 2018 Field Trips

Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. 

photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio learn about the terrain in Greenland. 

photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio learn about the terrain in Greenland. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio tour the site and terrain in Greenland.  

photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio tour the site and terrain in Greenland. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, involved in Greenland site planning. 

photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, involved in Greenland site planning. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. 

photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Cornell in Rome student Karolina Piorko (B.Arch. '21) gazes up at a ceiling fresco in the Palazzo Farnese. 

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome student Karolina Piorko (B.Arch. '21) gazes up at a ceiling fresco in the Palazzo Farnese. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students walk down the staircase in the Palazzo Farnese towards the basement.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. '21)
Cornell in Rome students walk down the staircase in the Palazzo Farnese towards the basement. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. '21)
City and regional planning students pose during their trip to Cleveland, Ohio. 

photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20)
City and regional planning students pose during their trip to Cleveland, Ohio. photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20)
City and regional planning students sketch by Lake Erie. 

photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20)
City and regional planning students sketch by Lake Erie. photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20)
CRP students pose in front of a mural in Ohio City, a neighborhood on Cleveland’s near west side. 

photo / Austen Davis (M.R.P. '20)
CRP students pose in front of a mural in Ohio City, a neighborhood on Cleveland’s near west side. photo / Austen Davis (M.R.P. '20)
Art students Sabrina Haertig (B.F.A. '22) and Sh’yee Meng (B.F.A. '21) at the 2018 Fine Art Print Fair in New York City. 

photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist
Art students Sabrina Haertig (B.F.A. '22) and Sh’yee Meng (B.F.A. '21) at the 2018 Fine Art Print Fair in New York City. photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist
Art students displayed their work at Printfest 2018. 

photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist
Art students displayed their work at Printfest 2018. photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. 

photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. 

photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. 

photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. 

photo / Lily Chi
Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi
Cornell in Rome students lined up in order to avoid the water at Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy. 

photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students lined up in order to avoid the water at Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy. photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome student Nadya Nikolaevna (B.Arch. '21) sketches the interior of San Marco Church. 

photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome student Nadya Nikolaevna (B.Arch. '21) sketches the interior of San Marco Church. photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management.

photo / William Staffeld
CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management. photo / William Staffeld
CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management.

photo / William Staffeld
CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management. photo / William Staffeld
Architecture students traveled to Detroit with Gensler visiting critics Maria Claudia Clemente and Francesco Isidori for the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City. Here, Maurice Cox, Detroit’s director of planning and development, leads students on a tour of the city.

photo / Brandon Choy (B.Arch. '19)
Architecture students traveled to Detroit with Gensler visiting critics Maria Claudia Clemente and Francesco Isidori for the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City. Here, Maurice Cox, Detroit’s director of planning and development, leads students on a tour of the city. photo / Brandon Choy (B.Arch. '19)
Architecture students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, during a walking tour. 

photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Architecture students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, during a walking tour. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Students in the option studio Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. 

photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Students in the option studio Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. 

photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19)
Ami Kurosaki (B.Arch. '21) admires art in the Guggenheim Venice during her semester at Cornell in Rome.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Ami Kurosaki (B.Arch. '21) admires art in the Guggenheim Venice during her semester at Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Nadya Mikhaylovskaya (B.Arch. '21) looks out across one of Venice's canals. 

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Nadya Mikhaylovskaya (B.Arch. '21) looks out across one of Venice's canals. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students walk through the Fondazione Burri while viewing the art.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students walk through the Fondazione Burri while viewing the art. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Jan Gadeyne points out details in the dome of the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia during a Cornell in Rome field trip. 

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Jan Gadeyne points out details in the dome of the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia during a Cornell in Rome field trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Jordan Kelly (B.F.A. '20) sketches the courtyard of the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Jordan Kelly (B.F.A. '20) sketches the courtyard of the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Third-year B.Arch. students Karolina Piorko and Veronika Varga lean up against a wall of the University of Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Third-year B.Arch. students Karolina Piorko and Veronika Varga lean up against a wall of the University of Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students enjoy the view in Northern Italy. 

photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students enjoy the view in Northern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
CRP students traveled to Lakewood, Ohio, as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was the first of two visits during the semester.

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students traveled to Lakewood, Ohio, as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was the first of two visits during the semester. photo / Mitch Glass
Planning students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop learn about Lakewood, Ohio, during their visit.

photo / Mitch Glass
Planning students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop learn about Lakewood, Ohio, during their visit. photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop took to the streets to learn more about the city's planning issues.

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop took to the streets to learn more about the city's planning issues. photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop take a break by the lake to enjoy the view. 

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop take a break by the lake to enjoy the view. photo / Mitch Glass
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden.

photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden.

photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden.

photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden.

photo / Jenna Houston
Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston
Architecture students in the option studio To Inhabit, with Baird Visiting Critic Manuel Aires Mateus and Visiting Critic Rodolfo Dias look around the Santa Marta Lighthouse museum designed by Manuel Aires Mateus during their trip to Lisbon, Portugal.

photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students in the option studio To Inhabit, with Baird Visiting Critic Manuel Aires Mateus and Visiting Critic Rodolfo Dias look around the Santa Marta Lighthouse museum designed by Manuel Aires Mateus during their trip to Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students traveling to Portugal view House Ajuda designed by Manuel Aires Mateus while Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dia points out exterior qualities of the structure. 

photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Architecture students traveling to Portugal view House Ajuda designed by Manuel Aires Mateus while Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dia points out exterior qualities of the structure. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
While in Portugal, Morgan Judge-Tyson (B.Arch. '20) and Ottavia Boletto (B.Arch. '20) enjoy the view after climbing a hill next to the Boa Nova Tea House (seen in the background) designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira. 

photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
While in Portugal, Morgan Judge-Tyson (B.Arch. '20) and Ottavia Boletto (B.Arch. '20) enjoy the view after climbing a hill next to the Boa Nova Tea House (seen in the background) designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Ruth Marcotte (B.Arch. '20) and Genevieve Riedel (B.Arch. '20) sit outside the Santa Marta Lighthouse designed by Manuel Aires Mateus in Lisbon, Portugal.

photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Ruth Marcotte (B.Arch. '20) and Genevieve Riedel (B.Arch. '20) sit outside the Santa Marta Lighthouse designed by Manuel Aires Mateus in Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dias explains a model to students during a studio visit in Lisbon, Portugal.

photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dias explains a model to students during a studio visit in Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20)
CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was their second visit during the semester. 

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was their second visit during the semester. photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area where they met with Lakewood, Ohio, mayor Michael P. Summers, who said their ideas gave "exciting, fresh perspectives for our 2nd century."

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area where they met with Lakewood, Ohio, mayor Michael P. Summers, who said their ideas gave "exciting, fresh perspectives for our 2nd century." photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students learn about planning issues that face the Cleveland metro area.

photo / Mitch Glass
CRP students learn about planning issues that face the Cleveland metro area. photo / Mitch Glass
The Organization of Urban and Regional Studies (OURS) traveled to the Allegany reservation in Salamanca, New York, to look at the planning, development, and economic issues facing local indigenous populations.
 
photo / Nate Revor (B.S. URS ’20)
The Organization of Urban and Regional Studies (OURS) traveled to the Allegany reservation in Salamanca, New York, to look at the planning, development, and economic issues facing local indigenous populations. photo / Nate Revor (B.S. URS ’20)
Cornell in Rome third-year B.Arch. students Mitchie Qiao, Nadya Mikhaylovskaya, and Jane Jackson pose in front of Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation of Berlin during a class trip.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome third-year B.Arch. students Mitchie Qiao, Nadya Mikhaylovskaya, and Jane Jackson pose in front of Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation of Berlin during a class trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Professor Werner Goehner and students view a city model in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome class trip. 

photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Professor Werner Goehner and students view a city model in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome class trip. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Ami Mehta (B.Arch. '21) relaxes among the seating at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome trip.

photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
Ami Mehta (B.Arch. '21) relaxes among the seating at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21)
City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. 

provided / George Frantz
City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. provided / George Frantz
City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. 

photo / George Frantz
City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. photo / George Frantz
Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard explains the Axial relationship between the church and the Caravaggio Museum in Naples.

photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard explains the Axial relationship between the church and the Caravaggio Museum in Naples. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Visiting Critic Jan Gadeyne introduces Cornell in Rome students to greek architecture from antiquity in Southern Italy.

photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Visiting Critic Jan Gadeyne introduces Cornell in Rome students to greek architecture from antiquity in Southern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students pose at the Temple of Athena in Paestum, Southern Italy. 

photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome students pose at the Temple of Athena in Paestum, Southern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20) Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio learn about the terrain in Greenland. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20) Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen’s option studio tour the site and terrain in Greenland. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20) Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, involved in Greenland site planning. photo / Roberto Villasante (B.Arch. '20) Architecture students in Dorte Mandrup and Marianne Hansen's option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic, traveled to Greenland in September. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20) Cornell in Rome student Karolina Piorko (B.Arch. '21) gazes up at a ceiling fresco in the Palazzo Farnese. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome students walk down the staircase in the Palazzo Farnese towards the basement. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. '21) City and regional planning students pose during their trip to Cleveland, Ohio. photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20) City and regional planning students sketch by Lake Erie. photo / Audrey Wachs (M.R.P. '20) CRP students pose in front of a mural in Ohio City, a neighborhood on Cleveland’s near west side. photo / Austen Davis (M.R.P. '20) Art students Sabrina Haertig (B.F.A. '22) and Sh’yee Meng (B.F.A. '21) at the 2018 Fine Art Print Fair in New York City. photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist Art students displayed their work at Printfest 2018. photo / Julianne Hunter, AAP Printmaking Specialist Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi Associate Professor Lily Chi and Visiting Critic Sarosh Anklesaria traveled to India with third-year M.Arch. students in their expanded practice studio where they studied the architecture at several sites. photo / Lily Chi Cornell in Rome students lined up in order to avoid the water at Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy. photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome student Nadya Nikolaevna (B.Arch. '21) sketches the interior of San Marco Church. photo / Maria Ford (B.Arch. ’21) CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management. photo / William Staffeld CRP students visit the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca, led by CRP Professor Mildred Warner with guest lecturer Federico Parra, for the fall 2018 class CRP 4120-6120 Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management. photo / William Staffeld Architecture students traveled to Detroit with Gensler visiting critics Maria Claudia Clemente and Francesco Isidori for the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City. Here, Maurice Cox, Detroit’s director of planning and development, leads students on a tour of the city. photo / Brandon Choy (B.Arch. '19) Architecture students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, during a walking tour. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19) Students in the option studio Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19) Students in the option studio, Nothing Stops Detroit: Design an Urban Incubator for Revitalizing the City, visit some of the city's architecture. photo / John Scheeler (B.Arch. '19) Ami Kurosaki (B.Arch. '21) admires art in the Guggenheim Venice during her semester at Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Nadya Mikhaylovskaya (B.Arch. '21) looks out across one of Venice's canals. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome students walk through the Fondazione Burri while viewing the art. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Jan Gadeyne points out details in the dome of the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia during a Cornell in Rome field trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Jordan Kelly (B.F.A. '20) sketches the courtyard of the Palazzo Ducale in Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Third-year B.Arch. students Karolina Piorko and Veronika Varga lean up against a wall of the University of Urbino during a field trip for Cornell in Rome. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome students enjoy the view in Northern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21) CRP students traveled to Lakewood, Ohio, as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was the first of two visits during the semester. photo / Mitch Glass Planning students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop learn about Lakewood, Ohio, during their visit. photo / Mitch Glass CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop took to the streets to learn more about the city's planning issues. photo / Mitch Glass CRP students in the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop take a break by the lake to enjoy the view. photo / Mitch Glass Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston Art students visited the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh with Visiting Critic Linda Norden. photo / Jenna Houston Architecture students in the option studio To Inhabit, with Baird Visiting Critic Manuel Aires Mateus and Visiting Critic Rodolfo Dias look around the Santa Marta Lighthouse museum designed by Manuel Aires Mateus during their trip to Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20) Architecture students traveling to Portugal view House Ajuda designed by Manuel Aires Mateus while Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dia points out exterior qualities of the structure. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20) While in Portugal, Morgan Judge-Tyson (B.Arch. '20) and Ottavia Boletto (B.Arch. '20) enjoy the view after climbing a hill next to the Boa Nova Tea House (seen in the background) designed by Álvaro Siza Vieira. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20) Ruth Marcotte (B.Arch. '20) and Genevieve Riedel (B.Arch. '20) sit outside the Santa Marta Lighthouse designed by Manuel Aires Mateus in Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20) Visiting Critic Rodolfo Reis Dias explains a model to students during a studio visit in Lisbon, Portugal. photo / Ihwa Choi (B.Arch. '20) CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area as part of the Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop with Visiting Critic Mitch Glass. This was their second visit during the semester. photo / Mitch Glass CRP students traveled to the Cleveland metro area where they met with Lakewood, Ohio, mayor Michael P. Summers, who said their ideas gave "exciting, fresh perspectives for our 2nd century." photo / Mitch Glass CRP students learn about planning issues that face the Cleveland metro area. photo / Mitch Glass The Organization of Urban and Regional Studies (OURS) traveled to the Allegany reservation in Salamanca, New York, to look at the planning, development, and economic issues facing local indigenous populations. photo / Nate Revor (B.S. URS ’20) Cornell in Rome third-year B.Arch. students Mitchie Qiao, Nadya Mikhaylovskaya, and Jane Jackson pose in front of Le Corbusier's Unité d'Habitation of Berlin during a class trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) Professor Werner Goehner and students view a city model in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome class trip. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21) Ami Mehta (B.Arch. '21) relaxes among the seating at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin during a Cornell in Rome trip. photo / Alp Demiroglu (B.Arch. ’21) City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop with Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. provided / George Frantz City and regional planning students in the Environmental Impact Workshop traveled to Bradford County to review Marcellus Shale drilling sites. photo / George Frantz Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard explains the Axial relationship between the church and the Caravaggio Museum in Naples. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21) Visiting Critic Jan Gadeyne introduces Cornell in Rome students to greek architecture from antiquity in Southern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome students pose at the Temple of Athena in Paestum, Southern Italy. photo / Sahir Choudhary (B.Arch. ’21)
News
January 4, 2019

During the fall 2018 semester, AAP students traveled across the state, the country, and around the globe.

Field trip destinations ranged from unexpected local sites such as the Tompkins County Recycling and Waste Management facility in Ithaca as part of the CRP class Devolution, Privatization, and the New Public Management; to as far as Greenland where architecture students ventured for the option studio, Conditions: Architectural Interventions in the Arctic. Other trip international trips included India, Portugal, Lisbon, and Berlin. In the U.S., Cleveland, and Lakewood, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; Pittsburgh and Bradford Pennsylvania; and Salamanca, New York were field trip stops. Also, Cornell in Rome students traveled around Italy and other parts of Europe and AAP NYC students visited city landmarks and museums.