Spring 2019 Field Trips

Architecture students view a site in Abu Dhabi for the option studio Matter Design Computation: Human-Centered Adaptive Architecture in the UAE, led by Associate Professor Jenny Sabin. 

photo / Jenny Sabin
Architecture students view a site in Abu Dhabi for the option studio Matter Design Computation: Human-Centered Adaptive Architecture in the UAE, led by Associate Professor Jenny Sabin. photo / Jenny Sabin
Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi.
photo / Jenny Sabin
Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi. photo / Jenny Sabin
Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi. 

photo / Jenny Sabin
Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi. photo / Jenny Sabin
City and regional planning students traveled to Tonga over spring break for their International Planning and Development Workshop led by Visiting Lecturer Gerard Finin, where they met with community members to discuss and examine the effects of climate change.

photo / Gerard Finan
City and regional planning students traveled to Tonga over spring break for their International Planning and Development Workshop led by Visiting Lecturer Gerard Finin, where they met with community members to discuss and examine the effects of climate change. photo / Gerard Finan
City and regional planning students meet with community members in Tonga.

photo / Gerard Finan
City and regional planning students meet with community members in Tonga. photo / Gerard Finan
Scene from Tonga.

photo / Gerard Finan
Scene from Tonga. photo / Gerard Finan
Coverage of the field trip by Tonga news. 

screenshot / Matangi Tonga Online
Coverage of the field trip by Tonga news. screenshot / Matangi Tonga Online
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights.

photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
A studio visit during the M.F.A. trip to Berlin.

photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
A studio visit during the M.F.A. trip to Berlin. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
Led by Associate Professor Thomas J. Campanella, URS students toured the borough of Queens. Between visits to the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Unisphere, Sunnyside Gardens, and Long Island City’s landmarked Pepsi-Cola sign, students met with AAP NYC Executive Director Bob Balder and Liz Lusskin of LIC Partnership. 

photo / Thomas J. Campanella
Led by Associate Professor Thomas J. Campanella, URS students toured the borough of Queens. Between visits to the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Unisphere, Sunnyside Gardens, and Long Island City’s landmarked Pepsi-Cola sign, students met with AAP NYC Executive Director Bob Balder and Liz Lusskin of LIC Partnership. photo / Thomas J. Campanella
Students visit the Pepsi-Cola sign in Queens.

photo / Thomas J. Campanella
Students visit the Pepsi-Cola sign in Queens. photo / Thomas J. Campanella
Architecture students traveled to Armenia in February for the option studio Design Plan 5.0: Of Industry after the Fall, led by Assistant Professor Aleksandr Mergold. The studio was a collaboration with Lori Khatchadourian, Department of Near Eastern Studies at Cornell; and Zara Mamyan, head of the Department of Urban Planning at the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) as well as a group of architecture students from NUAC. 

photo / Aleksandr Mergold
Architecture students traveled to Armenia in February for the option studio Design Plan 5.0: Of Industry after the Fall, led by Assistant Professor Aleksandr Mergold. The studio was a collaboration with Lori Khatchadourian, Department of Near Eastern Studies at Cornell; and Zara Mamyan, head of the Department of Urban Planning at the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) as well as a group of architecture students from NUAC. photo / Aleksandr Mergold
 Aleksandr Mergold, right, and students in Armenia. 

provided / Aleksandr Mergold
Aleksandr Mergold, right, and students in Armenia. provided / Aleksandr Mergold
Students tour a site in Armenia.

photo / Aleksandr Mergold
Students tour a site in Armenia. photo / Aleksandr Mergold
AAP students gather with their counterparts from the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) in Armenia. 

photo / Aleksandr Mergold
AAP students gather with their counterparts from the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) in Armenia. photo / Aleksandr Mergold
CRP students in Special Topics in Planning:
Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. 

photo / William Staffeld
CRP students in Special Topics in Planning: Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. photo / William Staffeld
CRP students in Special Topics in Planning:
Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. 

photo / William Staffeld
CRP students in Special Topics in Planning: Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. photo / William Staffeld
A visit to Assembly House 150, an adapted church in Buffalo developed by Dennis Maher (B.Arch. '99), Associate Professor John Zissovici, and Ethan Davis (M.Arch. '18), with assistance from Daniel Salomon (B.Arch. '12). 

photo / William Staffeld
A visit to Assembly House 150, an adapted church in Buffalo developed by Dennis Maher (B.Arch. '99), Associate Professor John Zissovici, and Ethan Davis (M.Arch. '18), with assistance from Daniel Salomon (B.Arch. '12). photo / William Staffeld
Students at the Freedom Wall mural, part of the ongoing Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative in Buffalo.

photo / William Staffeld
Students at the Freedom Wall mural, part of the ongoing Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative in Buffalo. photo / William Staffeld
Students view the architecture of the buildings in Arcosanti during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio Found Thing, led by associate professors of the practice Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. 

photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Students view the architecture of the buildings in Arcosanti during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio Found Thing, led by associate professors of the practice Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Sarah Bujnowski (M.Arch. '19) sketches at one of the buildings in Arcosanti, Arizona, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio, Found Thing, led by associate professors Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. 

photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Sarah Bujnowski (M.Arch. '19) sketches at one of the buildings in Arcosanti, Arizona, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio, Found Thing, led by associate professors Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Pezo and von Ellrichshausen talk to students outside Taliesin West, the former home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park. 

photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Pezo and von Ellrichshausen talk to students outside Taliesin West, the former home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20)
Associate Professor Jeffrey Chusid oversees a student during CRP's Work Weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House.

photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Associate Professor Jeffrey Chusid oversees a student during CRP's Work Weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Shiyuan Chen (M.R.P. '20) restores some woodwork at the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend.

photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Shiyuan Chen (M.R.P. '20) restores some woodwork at the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Students work together to restore details in the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend.

photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Students work together to restore details in the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Audrey Wachs and Joel Hochman (both M.R.P. '20) take a photo break during CRP's work weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House.

photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
Audrey Wachs and Joel Hochman (both M.R.P. '20) take a photo break during CRP's work weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20)
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights.

photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights.

photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
An artist visit in Berlin.

photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
An artist visit in Berlin. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20)
The architecture option studio, Urban Editing: Contemporary Potential of Late Modern Public Urban Space, led by visiting critics Saša Begović and Gesa Büttner Dias, traveled to Split, Croatia, to research the area during their winter break. 

photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
The architecture option studio, Urban Editing: Contemporary Potential of Late Modern Public Urban Space, led by visiting critics Saša Begović and Gesa Büttner Dias, traveled to Split, Croatia, to research the area during their winter break. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
Students in Split.

photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
Students in Split. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
Students in Split.

photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
Students in Split. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19)
Students in Split.

photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19)
Students in Split. photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19)
A tour in Split.

photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19)
A tour in Split. photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19)
Canajoharie Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson (center right) leads AAP students and faculty on a tour during a trip to Canajoharie, New York. Students learned about the village's urban infrastructure with a focus on adaptive reuse of the abandoned Beech-Nut factory in parallel with downtown revitalization. The class includes students from planning, historic preservation, architecture, landscape architecture, anthropology, hotel/restaurant administration, and information science — taught by Jeffery Chusid and Mitch Glass.

 photo / Mitch Glass
Canajoharie Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson (center right) leads AAP students and faculty on a tour during a trip to Canajoharie, New York. Students learned about the village's urban infrastructure with a focus on adaptive reuse of the abandoned Beech-Nut factory in parallel with downtown revitalization. The class includes students from planning, historic preservation, architecture, landscape architecture, anthropology, hotel/restaurant administration, and information science — taught by Jeffery Chusid and Mitch Glass. photo / Mitch Glass
Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson, second from right; and Mitch Glass in Canajoharie.

 photo / Mitch Glass
Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson, second from right; and Mitch Glass in Canajoharie. photo / Mitch Glass
photo / Mitch Glass
photo / Mitch Glass
Students tour Canajoharie.

photo / Mitch Glass
Students tour Canajoharie. photo / Mitch Glass
Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with  elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. 

photo / Linda Shi
Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. photo / Linda Shi
Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with  elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. 

photo / Linda Shi
Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. photo / Linda Shi
Students visit the shoreline in Boston.

photo / Linda Shi
Students visit the shoreline in Boston. photo / Linda Shi
Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21) views an installation at the MAAT Museum in Lisbon, Portugal, while on spring break during her Cornell in Rome semester. 

photo / Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. ’21)
Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21) views an installation at the MAAT Museum in Lisbon, Portugal, while on spring break during her Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. ’21)
Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21) stands behind 'Glückauf?' — an art installation by Jaume Plensa in the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, during Cornell in Rome's spring break. 

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21) stands behind 'Glückauf?' — an art installation by Jaume Plensa in the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, during Cornell in Rome's spring break. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome visiting critic Jan Gadeyne lectures about the Palatine Hill in front of the Colosseum.

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome visiting critic Jan Gadeyne lectures about the Palatine Hill in front of the Colosseum. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome lecturer Jeffrey Blanchard goes over the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument's history with students.

photo / Wendolyn Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
Cornell in Rome lecturer Jeffrey Blanchard goes over the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument's history with students. photo / Wendolyn Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
Carla De Haro (B.Arch. '21) stands at the center of the "Viadotto dell’Industria," also known as "Bridge over the Basento" River, or Musmeci Bridge — during a Cornell in Rome class trip to Potenza, Italy. 

photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
Carla De Haro (B.Arch. '21) stands at the center of the "Viadotto dell’Industria," also known as "Bridge over the Basento" River, or Musmeci Bridge — during a Cornell in Rome class trip to Potenza, Italy. photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. 

photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21)
B.Arch. '21 students Elisa Medina-Jaudes, Chi Yamakawa, and Cornelius Tulloch work on a collaborative sketch at the Pinacoteca di Brera.

photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
B.Arch. '21 students Elisa Medina-Jaudes, Chi Yamakawa, and Cornelius Tulloch work on a collaborative sketch at the Pinacoteca di Brera. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21)
Benjamin Magin (B.Arch. '21) takes photos of Liu Jianhua's Monumenti exhibition at Made in Cloister Foundation in Napoli, during a trip to southern Italy.

photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21)
Benjamin Magin (B.Arch. '21) takes photos of Liu Jianhua's Monumenti exhibition at Made in Cloister Foundation in Napoli, during a trip to southern Italy. photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21)
Jan Gadeyne and Jeffrey Blanchard lead a tour of Pompeii as students take notes.

photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21)
Jan Gadeyne and Jeffrey Blanchard lead a tour of Pompeii as students take notes. photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21)
Edward Aguilera Perez (M.Arch. '20) studies a model of JP Morgan's residence during a class visit to The Morgan Library and Museum.

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Edward Aguilera Perez (M.Arch. '20) studies a model of JP Morgan's residence during a class visit to The Morgan Library and Museum. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Lawson Spencer (M.Arch. '20) and Kashyap Valiveti (M.Arch. '20) admire the ceiling of the foyer at the Morgan Library. 

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Lawson Spencer (M.Arch. '20) and Kashyap Valiveti (M.Arch. '20) admire the ceiling of the foyer at the Morgan Library. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
AAP NYC students look over the balcony in Brookfield Place towards the World Trade Center Memorial during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). 

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
AAP NYC students look over the balcony in Brookfield Place towards the World Trade Center Memorial during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Chae Park (M.Arch. '20) studies models at the Skyscraper Museum during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). 

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Chae Park (M.Arch. '20) studies models at the Skyscraper Museum during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Art students Abhika Pahwa (B.F.A. ’21) and Ji Weon Chung (B.F.A. ’21) view a piece by Elizabeth Murray in a Chelsea gallery. 

photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
Art students Abhika Pahwa (B.F.A. ’21) and Ji Weon Chung (B.F.A. ’21) view a piece by Elizabeth Murray in a Chelsea gallery. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21)
AAP NYC students stop for a group photo in front of the Isamu Noguchi sculpture at 140 Broadway.

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
AAP NYC students stop for a group photo in front of the Isamu Noguchi sculpture at 140 Broadway. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Cornell AAP NYC program director Bob Balder (waving) with students on the balcony at the Oculus in the PATH station. 

photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Cornell AAP NYC program director Bob Balder (waving) with students on the balcony at the Oculus in the PATH station. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
Architecture students view a site in Abu Dhabi for the option studio Matter Design Computation: Human-Centered Adaptive Architecture in the UAE, led by Associate Professor Jenny Sabin. photo / Jenny Sabin Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi. photo / Jenny Sabin Architecture students enjoy the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, during a trip to Abu Dhabi. photo / Jenny Sabin City and regional planning students traveled to Tonga over spring break for their International Planning and Development Workshop led by Visiting Lecturer Gerard Finin, where they met with community members to discuss and examine the effects of climate change. photo / Gerard Finan City and regional planning students meet with community members in Tonga. photo / Gerard Finan Scene from Tonga. photo / Gerard Finan Coverage of the field trip by Tonga news. screenshot / Matangi Tonga Online M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20) A studio visit during the M.F.A. trip to Berlin. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20) Led by Associate Professor Thomas J. Campanella, URS students toured the borough of Queens. Between visits to the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Unisphere, Sunnyside Gardens, and Long Island City’s landmarked Pepsi-Cola sign, students met with AAP NYC Executive Director Bob Balder and Liz Lusskin of LIC Partnership. photo / Thomas J. Campanella Students visit the Pepsi-Cola sign in Queens. photo / Thomas J. Campanella Architecture students traveled to Armenia in February for the option studio Design Plan 5.0: Of Industry after the Fall, led by Assistant Professor Aleksandr Mergold. The studio was a collaboration with Lori Khatchadourian, Department of Near Eastern Studies at Cornell; and Zara Mamyan, head of the Department of Urban Planning at the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) as well as a group of architecture students from NUAC. photo / Aleksandr Mergold Aleksandr Mergold, right, and students in Armenia. provided / Aleksandr Mergold Students tour a site in Armenia. photo / Aleksandr Mergold AAP students gather with their counterparts from the National University of Architecture and Construction (NUAC) in Armenia. photo / Aleksandr Mergold CRP students in Special Topics in Planning: Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. photo / William Staffeld CRP students in Special Topics in Planning: Just Places? Community Preservation, Art, and Equity, taught by Assistant Professor Jennifer Minner, traveled to Buffalo to examine preserving art in buildings that are being redeveloped. photo / William Staffeld A visit to Assembly House 150, an adapted church in Buffalo developed by Dennis Maher (B.Arch. '99), Associate Professor John Zissovici, and Ethan Davis (M.Arch. '18), with assistance from Daniel Salomon (B.Arch. '12). photo / William Staffeld Students at the Freedom Wall mural, part of the ongoing Albright-Knox Art Gallery Public Art Initiative in Buffalo. photo / William Staffeld Students view the architecture of the buildings in Arcosanti during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio Found Thing, led by associate professors of the practice Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20) Sarah Bujnowski (M.Arch. '19) sketches at one of the buildings in Arcosanti, Arizona, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park with the option studio, Found Thing, led by associate professors Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen. photos / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20) Pezo and von Ellrichshausen talk to students outside Taliesin West, the former home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, during a class trip to Grand Canyon National Park. photo / Oonagh Davis (B.Arch. '20) Associate Professor Jeffrey Chusid oversees a student during CRP's Work Weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20) Shiyuan Chen (M.R.P. '20) restores some woodwork at the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20) Students work together to restore details in the Oneida Community Mansion House during CRP's Work Weekend. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20) Audrey Wachs and Joel Hochman (both M.R.P. '20) take a photo break during CRP's work weekend at the Oneida Community Mansion House. photo / Dorothy Qian (M.R.P. '20) M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20) M.F.A. students spent spring break in Berlin where they made several studio visits, met with artists, and took in some of the local sights. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20) An artist visit in Berlin. photos / Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20) The architecture option studio, Urban Editing: Contemporary Potential of Late Modern Public Urban Space, led by visiting critics Saša Begović and Gesa Büttner Dias, traveled to Split, Croatia, to research the area during their winter break. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19) Students in Split. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19) Students in Split. photo / Claudia Lu (M.Arch. '19) Students in Split. photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19) A tour in Split. photo / Maitai Kunawong (M.S. AAD '19) Canajoharie Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson (center right) leads AAP students and faculty on a tour during a trip to Canajoharie, New York. Students learned about the village's urban infrastructure with a focus on adaptive reuse of the abandoned Beech-Nut factory in parallel with downtown revitalization. The class includes students from planning, historic preservation, architecture, landscape architecture, anthropology, hotel/restaurant administration, and information science — taught by Jeffery Chusid and Mitch Glass. photo / Mitch Glass Planning Board Chairman Robert Wilson, second from right; and Mitch Glass in Canajoharie. photo / Mitch Glass photo / Mitch Glass Students tour Canajoharie. photo / Mitch Glass Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. photo / Linda Shi Cornell B.S. URS, M.R.P., and M.P.A. students met with elected officials and planners in Boston on a class trip led by Assistant Professor Linda Shi. photo / Linda Shi Students visit the shoreline in Boston. photo / Linda Shi Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Joyce Jin (B.Arch. '21) views an installation at the MAAT Museum in Lisbon, Portugal, while on spring break during her Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Cornelius Tulloch (B.Arch. ’21) Elisa Medina-Jaudes (B.Arch. '21) stands behind 'Glückauf?' — an art installation by Jaume Plensa in the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, during Cornell in Rome's spring break. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome visiting critic Jan Gadeyne lectures about the Palatine Hill in front of the Colosseum. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Cornell in Rome lecturer Jeffrey Blanchard goes over the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument's history with students. photo / Wendolyn Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21) Carla De Haro (B.Arch. '21) stands at the center of the "Viadotto dell’Industria," also known as "Bridge over the Basento" River, or Musmeci Bridge — during a Cornell in Rome class trip to Potenza, Italy. photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21) Architecture and planning students view the Napoli Afragola railway station designed by Zaha Hadid Architects while on a class trip during their Cornell in Rome semester. photo / Wendolin Gonzalez (B.Arch. ’21) B.Arch. '21 students Elisa Medina-Jaudes, Chi Yamakawa, and Cornelius Tulloch work on a collaborative sketch at the Pinacoteca di Brera. photo / Joyce Jin (B.Arch. ’21) Benjamin Magin (B.Arch. '21) takes photos of Liu Jianhua's Monumenti exhibition at Made in Cloister Foundation in Napoli, during a trip to southern Italy. photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21) Jan Gadeyne and Jeffrey Blanchard lead a tour of Pompeii as students take notes. photo / Lang Dong (B.Arch. ’21) Edward Aguilera Perez (M.Arch. '20) studies a model of JP Morgan's residence during a class visit to The Morgan Library and Museum. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20) Lawson Spencer (M.Arch. '20) and Kashyap Valiveti (M.Arch. '20) admire the ceiling of the foyer at the Morgan Library. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20) AAP NYC students look over the balcony in Brookfield Place towards the World Trade Center Memorial during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20) Chae Park (M.Arch. '20) studies models at the Skyscraper Museum during a neighborhood tour led by program director Bob Balder (B.S. URS '89). photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20) Art students Abhika Pahwa (B.F.A. ’21) and Ji Weon Chung (B.F.A. ’21) view a piece by Elizabeth Murray in a Chelsea gallery. photo / Lauren Peters (B.F.A. ’21) AAP NYC students stop for a group photo in front of the Isamu Noguchi sculpture at 140 Broadway. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20) Cornell AAP NYC program director Bob Balder (waving) with students on the balcony at the Oculus in the PATH station. photo / Allison Bernett (M.Arch. ’20)
News
May 30, 2019

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

Field trips ranged from regional destinations such as Canajoharie and Buffalo to global trips to Abu Dhabi, Berlin, and Tonga.