Systems, Roots, Bits: A Conversation About Contemporary Urban Design Challenges, Questions, and Opportunities

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Overview:

Coinciding with the launch of Cornell AAP's NYC-Based Master of Science, Advanced Urban Design degree, (M.S. AUD), the Department of Architecture will host a virtual discussion with leading urban designers to address the ways in which the pillars of this new program — ecology, community, technology, and design — intersect with the urban in meaningful and nourishing ways. 

Participants:

  • Ross Exo Adams, Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies, Bard College
  • Lydia Kallipoliti, Assistant Professor, The Cooper Union
  • Adam Lubinsky, Principal, WXY Studio / Professor of Practice, Columbia GSAPP
  • Peter Robinson (B.Arch. '98), Founding Principal, WorkUrban / Founding Member, Black Space / Assistant Professor, Cornell Department of Architecture 
  • Snoweria Zhang, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia GSAPP

The discussion will be moderated by Jesse LeCavalier, director of the M.S. AUD program. 

Prospective applicants to the program are especially encouraged to attend.

Schedule:

Panel Discussion

7–8 p.m.

Q & A

8–8:30 p.m.

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