In the Media

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

J. Meejin Yoon Named to Second Term as Dean of Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning

Architect Magazine reports the reappointment of Dean Yoon, the first woman to hold the position at Cornell.


Monday, November 21, 2022

Cornell AAP Reappoints Dean J. Meejin Yoon for a Second Term

Archinect reports that Yoon will begin her second term in January of 2024, extending for five years a tenure that brought "dramatic institutional change" to the campus.


Friday, November 18, 2022

How Cities Betrayed Their Inhabitants

An essay by Jacques Ferrier published in the Cornell Journal of Architecture volume 12, "After," edited by Architecture Associate Professor Val Warke, Hallie Black (B.Arch. '19), and Todd Petrie (B.Arch. '20), is featured by urbanNext.


Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Inside Duyi Han's Totally Immersive Residential Project

Architectural Digest highlights Duyi Han's (B.Arch. '19) Ordinance of the Subconscious Treatment, which features rooms and furnishings that speak to both Chinese culture and concepts of mental health.


Wednesday, November 16, 2022

i/thee and Students Collaborate on Four Installations that Use Recycled Materials for Inaugural Art Festival at the Historic Woodstock Site

M.Arch. and B.Arch. students including Marlee Barnes, Maxwell Rodencal, Keygan Sinclair, and Samuel Castaneda led by Visiting Critics Christopher A. Battaglia and Dillon Pranger designed Boardwalk, The Architect's Newspaper reports.


Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Thank You For Your Feedback

Covering the challenges of effective community feedback in the city planning process, Vice cites a 2011 article by CRP Professor Thomas Campanella which equates modern urban planners with umpires in these scenarios.


Monday, November 14, 2022

Höweler + Yoon Shares Highlights from an Impressive Crop of New Works

The Architect's Newspaper speaks with AAP Dean J. Meejin Yoon (B.Arch. '95) and Eric Höweler (B.Arch. '94, M.Arch. '96) and rounds up recent projects designed by their architecture practice.


Monday, November 14, 2022

2022 ACADIA Conference, Hybrids & Haecceities

The Architect's Newspaper recaps the 41st annual event, which was a particularly "life-giving" in-person iteration, says ACADIA President and Architecture Associate Professor Jenny Sabin.


Friday, November 11, 2022

In His Own World: Casey Cadwallader's Mugler Takes Shape

Fashion designer Casey Cadwallader (B.Arch. '02) tells Women's Wear Daily that his architecture degree helps guide his current practice — being conscious of waste, contours of the body, and using design as a means to manipulate the eye.


Tuesday, November 8, 2022

The Noun Crisis: Defining an Architect

Arch Daily explores career paths open to trained architects, with comments from AAP NYC Visiting Lecturer Erin Pellegrino and Jake Rudin (both B.Arch. '14), whose consulting firm and new book examine ways to leverage a design education.


Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Meet the Disruptors: Jay Valgora of STUDIO V on the Five Things You Need to Shake Up Your Industry

In an interview with Authority Magazine, Jay Valgora (B.Arch. '86) shares insight into his creative approach and his personal inspirations.


Monday, November 7, 2022

Spotlight: Painter James Siena Uses "Visual Algorithms" to Expand the Possibilities of Abstraction

Artnet reviews a solo show of work by James Siena (B.F.A. '79), which it finds to be optically dazzling and engrossing.


Monday, November 7, 2022

Artists Revisit Their Bronx Walls of Fame

The New York Times covers a major exhibition of work by John Ahearn (B.F.A. '73) and Rigoberto Torres now on view at the Bronx Museum and the history of their collaboration.


Monday, November 7, 2022

Cornell AAP Launches New, New York City-Based Degree Program in Advanced Urban Design

The Architect's Newspaper covers this new intensive design research program, which offers a specialized course of study at the intersection of urban systems, ecologies, technologies, and data.


Monday, November 7, 2022

A Climate Reckoning for U.S. Housing: Too Many Homes in Harm's Way, "Too Many Zeros" in the Costs

In a USA Today article examining how the changing climate is impacting where Americans live, CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi notes that the reasons that people move are always multifaceted.


Thursday, November 3, 2022

In a Colonial Project There Is No Exchange

In an interview with SWI swissinfo.ch, Architecture Assistant Professor Samia Henni discusses the omnipresence of coloniality.


Monday, October 31, 2022

Pictures Generation Artist Louise Lawler Swipes Right on Jasper Johns's Three Flags

In an interview with The Art Newspaper, Louise Lawler (B.F.A. '69) discusses her work in advance of an exhibition in New York City.


Friday, October 28, 2022

A Decade After Sandy, Manhattan's Flood Barrier Is Finally in Sight — Sort of

Grist reports on the history and current state of the project, and includes comments from CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi who notes the challenges of this innovative design approach for other communities with less funding to work with.


Thursday, October 27, 2022

At 305m, Super Penthouse at 8 Shenton Way will be Highest Residence in Singapore

In an interview with The Straits Times, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill design partner Mustafa Abadan (B.Arch. '82, M.Arch. '84) noted that the 63-story mixed-use development aims to obtain the highest sustainability certification.


Thursday, October 27, 2022

Cornell AAP's Ingrid Hikaru Evenson on Art, Disaster Relief, and Making Every Second Count With Any Opportunity

In an interview with Madame Architect, Ingrid Hikaru Evenson (B.Arch. '24) discusses recent projects, educational and internship priorities, and where she finds inspiration.


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