In the Media

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Jonathan Moody: Be Wary of Normal

In his Op-ed, Moody (B.Arch. ‘07), the CEO of award-winning firm Moody Nolan, warns about losing both the momentum and discomfort of the past year as they relate to racial justice, in Architect Magazine.


Thursday, June 17, 2021

Architect and Researcher Sekou Cooke Joins the W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute as a 2021-2022 Fellow

Archinect reports Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99) will be in residence as a Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow for the 2021–22 academic year, where he will work on his project 3D Turntables Remix: The Architectural Technology of Hip-Hop.


Friday, June 11, 2021

Carson Chan Appointed Inaugural Director of the Emilio Ambasz Institute at MoMA

Architect's Newspaper reports MoMA has named curator, writer, and educator Carson Chan (B.Arch. '04) as the first director of the museum's Emilio Ambasz Institute for the Joint Study of the Built and the Natural Environment.


Tuesday, June 8, 2021

The Baker Museum Receives a Climate Resilient Renovation by Weiss/Manfredi

Metropolis Magazine covers the expansion of Florida's revered museum by the firm of Michael Manfredi (M.Arch. '80), which is known for integrating architecture, art, public space, and landscape design.


Thursday, June 3, 2021

Shortlist Revealed for the AR New into Old Awards 2021

Ryan W Kennihan Architects, the practice of Ryan Kennihan (B.Arch. '04) lands on Architectural Record's shortlist for its annual AR New into Old awards, for "the mysterious joy of a ruin" in Baltrasna House in Dublin, Ireland.


Thursday, June 3, 2021

This Louisiana Neighborhood Is Retreating in the Face of Climate Change

Assistant Professor in City and Regional Planning Linda Shi comments in Grist on the case for government buyouts, saying it is one of the few policy levers governments have for enacting managed retreat from climate threats.


Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Design Vanguard 2021

Hou de Sousa, the firm of Josh de Sousa (B.Arch. '05) and Nancy Hou (B.Arch. '05), honored in Architectural Record's annual list of 10 emerging practices advancing issues of form, construction, sustainability, and community engagement.


Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Charles Cassell, Architect and Early Advocate of D.C. Statehood, Dies at 96

In a memoriam from The Washington Post, alumnus Charles Cassell (B.Arch. '46), famed trailblazing architect of the multi-generational Cornellian Cassell family — all of whom studied architecture at AAP — passes away at age 96.


Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Spotlight | Sabrina Haertig

The Cornell Daily Sun calls Sabrina Haertig's (B.F.A.'22) exhibition Es Lo Que Tenemos "a powerful experience, intertwining social issues like immigration with a reckoning of her cultural identities as a Dominican and German woman."


Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Covid Is Forcing America To Fix Its Water Supply

In Wired, Planning Professor Mildred Warner comments on the Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Act, a bill before Congress. Warner's research found a moratorium on water shutoffs could have saved thousands of lives.


Monday, May 24, 2021

Future100: For Young Architects-in-Training, Green Building Strategies Affect Form and Function

Metropolis details a proposal by Carla De Haro (B.Arch. '21) that puts a new building atop the Cornell Campus Store, "a kind of spaceship extracting waste energy and water from its host."


Monday, May 24, 2021

Tour de Bourse

ArtForum reviews the new Bourse de Commerce Museum, highlighting Louise Lawler's (B.F.A. '69) conceptual photography Helms Amendment, which captures the inhumanity of the 1987 senate vote against funding AIDS education.


Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Art Gensler, Who Built One of the World’s Largest Architecture Firms, Dies at 85

The Washington Post obituary credits the Cornell architecture alum with growing his three-person design business into one of the world's largest architecture firms, designing airport terminals, mega-skyscrapers, and office interiors.


Monday, May 17, 2021

Design Connect to Present Newfield Hamlet Study Results

Reported by The Ithaca Times, the Town of Newfield Planning Board contracted Cornell Design Connect to engage in a study of the Newfield Hamlet. The student-run, multi-disciplinary group is advised by Professor Michael Tomlan, CRP.


Monday, May 17, 2021

In Boston, the World's Largest Passive House Office Tower Is on the Rise

Architect's Newspaper details the 690-foot-tall Winthrop Center designed by Handel Architects, the firm of Gary Handel (B.Arch. '78) and Blake Middleton (B.Arch. '78, M.Arch. '81) who also designed Cornell Tech's passive dorm, The House.


Thursday, May 13, 2021

Architecture Books to Inspire Shelf Love

Wallpaper recommends B.Arch.'99 Sekou Cooke's recent book Hip-Hop Architecture as a call for building design to be instated as the fifth pillar of this cultural movement.


Wednesday, May 12, 2021

The Best Residential Architects and Designers in New York, New York

1983 bachelor of architecture graduate Alan Berman's firm Archetype Architecture is named one of the top 15 residential architects in NYC by NYC Architects. The firm's services include predesign, schematics, interior design, and more.


Tuesday, May 11, 2021

The Whole Vine Yards

AN Interior covers Visiting Lecturer in Architecture Erin Pellegrino's conversion of a Martha's Vineyard sailboat workshop into a craft-inspired home. The unusual A-frame shed was built in the 1990s by Chester Wisniewski.


Wednesday, April 28, 2021

What Black Is This, You Say? A Public Artwork by Amanda Williams

Archinect details the May 1 launch of What Black Is This, You Say?, a year-long public artwork initiative by Amanda Williams (B.Arch '97) that translates a body of work initiated by the artist on Instagram.


Wednesday, April 28, 2021

A Floating Deck Will Offer Eye-Level Views of the Schuylkill River in 2022

The Philly Voice previews FloatLab, an installation and learning lab in South Philadelphia, designed by Höweler + Yoon Architecture, the firm of AAP Dean Yoon and cofounder Eric Höweler (B.Arch. '94, M.Arch. '96).


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