Fall 2019 Field Trips

Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. The class began with designing and constructing wooden molds in the Cornell AAP fabrication shops, then working with professional glassblowers, transforming their designs into beautiful glass pieces. 

Noah Gear (B.Arch. '21) works with Helen Tegeler of Corning Glass.
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. The class began with designing and constructing wooden molds in the Cornell AAP fabrication shops, then working with professional glassblowers, transforming their designs into beautiful glass pieces. Noah Gear (B.Arch. '21) works with Helen Tegeler of Corning Glass.
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. 

Frangos (center) works with Silvia Galdamez (B.Arch. '20) and Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21).
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. Frangos (center) works with Silvia Galdamez (B.Arch. '20) and Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21).
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. 

Nwakoso Edozien (B.Arch. '20), sets up her wooden mold.
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. Nwakoso Edozien (B.Arch. '20), sets up her wooden mold.
Maria (Auri) Ford and Lang (Judy) Dong (both B.Arch. '21) view Building Cities, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art curated by Cornell alum Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96), associate curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Maria (Auri) Ford and Lang (Judy) Dong (both B.Arch. '21) view Building Cities, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art curated by Cornell alum Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96), associate curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Yuheng (Amber) Zhu (B.Arch. '20), Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. '21), and Chisato Yamakawa (B.Arch. '21) view Sou Fujimoto's installation, Architecture is Everywhere, at MoMA. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Yuheng (Amber) Zhu (B.Arch. '20), Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. '21), and Chisato Yamakawa (B.Arch. '21) view Sou Fujimoto's installation, Architecture is Everywhere, at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Jiarui (Bill) Zhang (B.Arch. '21) looks at a collage of Sector Models by Constant (Constant Anton Nieuwenhuys) at MoMA. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Jiarui (Bill) Zhang (B.Arch. '21) looks at a collage of Sector Models by Constant (Constant Anton Nieuwenhuys) at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland, mine crumbling edifices for future potential, and take in some of the local architecture. 

photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland, mine crumbling edifices for future potential, and take in some of the local architecture. photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential.

photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. 

photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential.

photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential.

photo / Tom McKeogh
Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh
CRP's Gerard Finin traveled with his class, Special Topic: Planning in the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia, to attend the International Conference on Sustainable Development during United Nations Climate Week in New York City in September. From left: Finin and Louis Chua (M.R.P '20), along with Lily Bermel, Kevin Li, and Thomas Reed Barbee of Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 

photo / provided
CRP's Gerard Finin traveled with his class, Special Topic: Planning in the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia, to attend the International Conference on Sustainable Development during United Nations Climate Week in New York City in September. From left: Finin and Louis Chua (M.R.P '20), along with Lily Bermel, Kevin Li, and Thomas Reed Barbee of Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. photo / provided
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. 

photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. 

photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. 

photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. 

photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21)
Executive Director of Cornell AAP NYC Bob Balder and students posed at the Socrates Sculpture Park in Astoria, Queens, while on a field study for the Urban Planning Workshop. The group also visited an installation at the Noguchi Museum curated by Visiting Critic Naomi Frangos. 

Pictured:
Hobum Moon (M.R.P./M.L.A. '16), coteacher for the fall 2019 Urban Planning Workshop, Eden Marek (M.R.P. '20), Sunny Fu (B.S. URS '20), Jinglun Yu (B.S. URS. '19), Onam Bisht (M.R.P./M.L.A. '20), Jonathan Rosin (M.R.P. '20), Jennifer Cao (M.R.P. '20), M.L.A. students Lyuxiao Liu and Elijah Ball, and Bob Balder. 

photo / provided
Executive Director of Cornell AAP NYC Bob Balder and students posed at the Socrates Sculpture Park in Astoria, Queens, while on a field study for the Urban Planning Workshop. The group also visited an installation at the Noguchi Museum curated by Visiting Critic Naomi Frangos. Pictured: Hobum Moon (M.R.P./M.L.A. '16), coteacher for the fall 2019 Urban Planning Workshop, Eden Marek (M.R.P. '20), Sunny Fu (B.S. URS '20), Jinglun Yu (B.S. URS. '19), Onam Bisht (M.R.P./M.L.A. '20), Jonathan Rosin (M.R.P. '20), Jennifer Cao (M.R.P. '20), M.L.A. students Lyuxiao Liu and Elijah Ball, and Bob Balder. photo / provided
David Leven, cofounder of an award-winning New York City–based architecture practice Levenbetts, describes the Noguchi Museum site's industrial history and its rapid state of renovation and change. Pictured: Hyeon Jin (Iris) Hong (B.Arch. '20), Yuheng Zhu (B.Arch. '20), David Leven, and Zekun Tong (B.Arch. ’21). 

photo / Maria (Auri) Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
David Leven, cofounder of an award-winning New York City–based architecture practice Levenbetts, describes the Noguchi Museum site's industrial history and its rapid state of renovation and change. Pictured: Hyeon Jin (Iris) Hong (B.Arch. '20), Yuheng Zhu (B.Arch. '20), David Leven, and Zekun Tong (B.Arch. ’21). photo / Maria (Auri) Ford (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard with students atop Brunelleschi's Dome, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, in Florence.

photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard with students atop Brunelleschi's Dome, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, in Florence. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) sketches across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco in Venice.

photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) sketches across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco in Venice. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Architecture and art students at Cornell in Rome visit Hadrian's Villa, a large Roman archaeological complex in Tivoli. 

photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Architecture and art students at Cornell in Rome visit Hadrian's Villa, a large Roman archaeological complex in Tivoli. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22)
Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) observes an installation at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, "May You Live In Interesting Times."

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) observes an installation at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, "May You Live In Interesting Times." photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Cornell AAP students create dramatic shadows in the tunnel in Tivoli. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Cornell AAP students create dramatic shadows in the tunnel in Tivoli. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) at Villa d'Este, Tivoli. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) at Villa d'Este, Tivoli. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) looks down the staircase while climbing the Tower of Mangia in Siena. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) looks down the staircase while climbing the Tower of Mangia in Siena. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Zeli Grey (B.Arch. '22) draws the exterior of a church and takes notes while listening to Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard through her headset during a trip to Venice. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Zeli Grey (B.Arch. '22) draws the exterior of a church and takes notes while listening to Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard through her headset during a trip to Venice. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Cornell in Rome B.F.A. students pose with statues in Museo del Novecento during a class trip to Milan. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Cornell in Rome B.F.A. students pose with statues in Museo del Novecento during a class trip to Milan. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall.
Artist Michael Wang describes his work to AAP NYC students as they tour his exhibition <em>Extinct in New York,</em> consisting of four greenhouses that contain a selection of plant, lichen, and algae species known historically from the natural environments of New York City. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Artist Michael Wang describes his work to AAP NYC students as they tour his exhibition Extinct in New York, consisting of four greenhouses that contain a selection of plant, lichen, and algae species known historically from the natural environments of New York City. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell AAP NYC students viewed resident artist Michael Wang's exhibition <em>Extinct in New York</em> at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Arts Center at Governors Island for the class Special Topics in the Theory of Architecture, taught by Sean Anderson, associate curator in the department of architecture and design at MOMA. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21).
Cornell AAP NYC students viewed resident artist Michael Wang's exhibition Extinct in New York at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Arts Center at Governors Island for the class Special Topics in the Theory of Architecture, taught by Sean Anderson, associate curator in the department of architecture and design at MOMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21).
Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. The class began with designing and constructing wooden molds in the Cornell AAP fabrication shops, then working with professional glassblowers, transforming their designs into beautiful glass pieces. Noah Gear (B.Arch. '21) works with Helen Tegeler of Corning Glass. Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. Frangos (center) works with Silvia Galdamez (B.Arch. '20) and Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21). Students in the Coevolutionary Archetypes option studio, taught by Visiting Associate Professor Naomi Frangos, participated in the process of glassmaking at the Corning Museum of Glass. Nwakoso Edozien (B.Arch. '20), sets up her wooden mold. Maria (Auri) Ford and Lang (Judy) Dong (both B.Arch. '21) view Building Cities, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art curated by Cornell alum Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96), associate curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Yuheng (Amber) Zhu (B.Arch. '20), Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. '21), and Chisato Yamakawa (B.Arch. '21) view Sou Fujimoto's installation, Architecture is Everywhere, at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Jiarui (Bill) Zhang (B.Arch. '21) looks at a collage of Sector Models by Constant (Constant Anton Nieuwenhuys) at MoMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland, mine crumbling edifices for future potential, and take in some of the local architecture. photo / Tom McKeogh Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh Architecture option studio (Co)Exist, led by Gensler Visiting Critics Chad Oppenheim and Beat Huesler, as well as Visiting Critic Tom McKeogh, traveled to a site on the barrier island of Virginia Key, Miami, to study the wetland and mine crumbling edifices for future potential. photo / Tom McKeogh CRP's Gerard Finin traveled with his class, Special Topic: Planning in the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia, to attend the International Conference on Sustainable Development during United Nations Climate Week in New York City in September. From left: Finin and Louis Chua (M.R.P '20), along with Lily Bermel, Kevin Li, and Thomas Reed Barbee of Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. photo / provided First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21) First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21) First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21) First-year M.R.P. and M.A. HPP students traveled to Philadelphia for the annual City and Regional Planning fall field trip. This year’s trip was led by Department Chair Jeffrey Chusid and Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein, who highlighted the city’s achievements and challenges in regard to planning and preservation. photo / Nicole Nomura (M.R.P. '21) Executive Director of Cornell AAP NYC Bob Balder and students posed at the Socrates Sculpture Park in Astoria, Queens, while on a field study for the Urban Planning Workshop. The group also visited an installation at the Noguchi Museum curated by Visiting Critic Naomi Frangos. Pictured: Hobum Moon (M.R.P./M.L.A. '16), coteacher for the fall 2019 Urban Planning Workshop, Eden Marek (M.R.P. '20), Sunny Fu (B.S. URS '20), Jinglun Yu (B.S. URS. '19), Onam Bisht (M.R.P./M.L.A. '20), Jonathan Rosin (M.R.P. '20), Jennifer Cao (M.R.P. '20), M.L.A. students Lyuxiao Liu and Elijah Ball, and Bob Balder. photo / provided David Leven, cofounder of an award-winning New York City–based architecture practice Levenbetts, describes the Noguchi Museum site's industrial history and its rapid state of renovation and change. Pictured: Hyeon Jin (Iris) Hong (B.Arch. '20), Yuheng Zhu (B.Arch. '20), David Leven, and Zekun Tong (B.Arch. ’21). photo / Maria (Auri) Ford (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard with students atop Brunelleschi's Dome, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, in Florence. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22) Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) sketches across the Grand Canal from Piazza San Marco in Venice. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22) Architecture and art students at Cornell in Rome visit Hadrian's Villa, a large Roman archaeological complex in Tivoli. photo / Abram Collette (B.Arch. ’22) Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) observes an installation at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, "May You Live In Interesting Times." photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) Cornell AAP students create dramatic shadows in the tunnel in Tivoli. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) Gracie Meek (B.Arch. '22) at Villa d'Este, Tivoli. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) Zeke Estes (B.F.A. '21) looks down the staircase while climbing the Tower of Mangia in Siena. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) Zeli Grey (B.Arch. '22) draws the exterior of a church and takes notes while listening to Cornell in Rome's Jeffrey Blanchard through her headset during a trip to Venice. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) Cornell in Rome B.F.A. students pose with statues in Museo del Novecento during a class trip to Milan. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall. City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall. City and regional planning students in Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop, taught by Visiting Critic Mitch Glass, during a site visit to the Ithaca Mall. Artist Michael Wang describes his work to AAP NYC students as they tour his exhibition Extinct in New York, consisting of four greenhouses that contain a selection of plant, lichen, and algae species known historically from the natural environments of New York City. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell AAP NYC students viewed resident artist Michael Wang's exhibition Extinct in New York at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Arts Center at Governors Island for the class Special Topics in the Theory of Architecture, taught by Sean Anderson, associate curator in the department of architecture and design at MOMA. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21).
News
January 7, 2020

During the fall 2019 semester, AAP students traveled across the state, the country, and around the globe.

Field trips ranged from regional destinations such as Corning and the Hudson River Valley to global trips to London, Taiwan, and Trinidad.

  • Austin, Texas: Led by Michael Tomlan for CRP6594, a real estate competition graduate seminar
  • Corning, New York: Led by Naomi Frangos for architecture option studio Coevolutionary Archetypes
  • Hudson River Valley: Led by George Frantz for CRP 3072/5072: Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop
  • Ithaca, New York: Led by Mitch Glass for CRP 5072: Land Use/Environmental Planning Field Workshop
  • London: Led by Kevin Carmody, Andy Groarke, and Rodolfo R. Dias for architecture option studio Market Forces
  • Mexico City: Led by Angela Pang and Yoshiyuki Hiraiwa for architecture option studio Form Finding
  • Miami: Led by  Strauch visiting critics Beat Huesler and Chad Oppenheim, and Tom McKeough for architecture option studio (C0)exist 
  • New York City: Led by Greg Page, Art, for the International Fine Print Dealers Association's 2019 Fine Art Print Fair
  • New York City: Led by Gerard Finin for CRP 5850: Special Topics: Planning in the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia, United Nations Climate Week
  • Philadelphia: Led by Jeff Chusid and Nick Klein for CRP 5660: Planning Preservation Practice: Urban Field Trip
  • Scranton: Led by George Frantz for CRP 3555/5555: Environmental Impact Review
  • Taiwan: Led by Jimenez Lai and Mark Acciari for architecture option studio Exquisite Corpse: A Whole with Many Parts
  • Trinidad: Led by Tao DuFour for architecture option studio Landscapes of Extraction: Climate Change and the Urban Infrastructure of Oil in Trinidad & Tobago