In the Media

Friday, March 5, 2021

Architectural Analysis Tool Evaluates Building Designs For Sustainability

A team from AAP’s Environmental Systems Lab has created a new sustainability framework — Sustainability Evaluation for Early Design (SEED), providing design options ranked by aspects of sustainability.


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Exhibit Columbus announces virtual 2021 Design Presentations lineup

The Architect's Newspaper presents the lineup of the highly anticipated Exhibit Columbus 2021 design presentations this March, featuring Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '00) among others.


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

MoMA's "Reconstructions" Takes A Hard Look At Racism In The Built Environment

In Cultured, co-curators Sean Anderson (B.Arch./B.S. '96) and Mabel O. Wilson discuss MoMA's Reconstructions show that includes work by Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99), Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '00), and Amanda Williams (B.Arch. '97).


Thursday, February 25, 2021

MoMA Receives Donation of 100 Photos by Women Artists Spanning a Century

A substantial gift of images from the early modernist period to today represents examples of women artists' pioneering work, among them Louise Lawler (B.F.A. '69) and Catherine Opie. In Hyperallergic.


Monday, February 22, 2021

Weiss/Manfredi and Reed Hilderbrand Release New Plans for Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, announced plans for transforming 17 acres of its botanical gardens, woodlands, and meadows, led by the firm of Michael Manfredi (M.Arch. '80). In Architectural Record.


Monday, February 22, 2021

10 Black Architects Making History Today

Architizer's list of top Black architects includes upcoming architecture guest lecturer Sean Canty and alumni Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99); Kimberly Dowdell (B.Arch. '06); and Moody Nolan's Curtis Moody, led by CEO Jonathan Moody (B.Arch. '07).


Thursday, February 18, 2021

PIN-UP 29—Reconstructions Fall Winter 2020/21

PIN-UP features video portraits of Black Reconstruction Collective founders Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99), Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '00), and Amanda Williams (B.Arch. '97) in a special issue on the Reconstructions show at MoMA.


Thursday, February 11, 2021

The Student Debt Crisis Hits Black Borrowers Hardest. Philadelphia Debtors Say Biden's Plan Isn't Enough

Cole Norgaarden (B.S. URS '17), an organizer with Debt Collective in South Philadelphia, says full debt cancellation is the only equitable solution in this article from The Philadelphia Inquirer.


Friday, February 5, 2021

Queens Solid Waste Advisory Board Gains Formal Recognition

Wylie Goodman (M.R.P. '17), founder and chair of the New York City borough advisory board's organizing committee, says formal recognition of the board opens the door to more community participation. Reported by Queens Daily Eagle.


Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Envisioning Climate Resilience

In the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy's Land Lines, Assistant Professor Linda Shi, CRP, and other experts weigh in on promising land and water policy solutions.


Monday, February 1, 2021

Extra! Extra! Kim Hastreiter's Back With "The New Now"

In The New Yorker, a New York City art mentor hoped alum Jill Magid (B.F.A. '95) would hand out pennies from her performance project Tender to help launch a new broadside publication.


Monday, February 1, 2021

AP Photos: NYC Parks Have Become 'People's Everything'

CRP's Thomas Campanella, NYC Parks historian-in-residence, tells the AP, "The 19th-century urban park was created largely as a public health measure."


Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Art Center Proposed for Waterloo's Moore's Furniture Building

A fall 2020 student team's proposal for a disused building along the historic Erie Canal in Waterloo, NY, is featured in a news story from Finger Lakes Times.


Wednesday, January 27, 2021

25 Creative Revolutionaries Lead the Way for Positive Change

CODAworx named Associate Professor Jenny Sabin and alumna Meredith Winner (B.F.A. '08) among a community of creative designers who inspire positive change.


Friday, January 22, 2021

America Needs a Climate Adaptation Strategy

In an OpEd for The Hill, CRP's Linda Shi and coauthor Sierra Woodruff say adaptation planning is about more than readying the built environment.


Thursday, January 21, 2021

Zoom Town: Could Ithaca Become the Place Remote Workers Abandon Cities For?

Research by regional planning student Robyn Wardell (M.R.P. '21) on remote work trends in Ithaca is covered in an Ithaca Times story.


Thursday, January 21, 2021

Brooklyn-Based Artist Olalekan Jeyifous Imagines a New York Transformed by Climate Change

Architectural Digest previews Jeyifous's (B.Arch. '00) commissioned work in MoMA's upcoming "Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America."


Tuesday, January 19, 2021

The World's Best Architecture Firms: Revealing the Winners of the 2021 A+Firm Awards

Architizer's A+ Firm Award in the Architecture – Conceptual category goes to the firm of visiting critics Dasha Khapalova and Peter Ballman.


Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Vermont's BIPOC Drivers Are Most Likely to Have a Run-in with Police, Study Shows

Visiting Associate Professor Nancy Brooks, CRP, contributed to a new University of Vermont study reviewing racial bias during traffic stops in Vermont.


Thursday, January 14, 2021

Jan. 16–Mar. 13: James Siena in Xippas Gallery Paris "30 Years Already #1"

Abstract painter and alum James Siena (B.F.A. '79) is among the artists whose work is celebrated in the Xippas Gallery Paris 30th anniversary exhibition.


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