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Gandelsonas Des Moines City Plan Featured in Politico
"Cities don’t, as a rule, change their identities... So how did Des Moines pull off the urban equivalent of a Triple Crown win?"
Kenneth Frampton and Stan Allen discuss "Geneology of Modern Architecture"
6-8 p.m Monday January 11, Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Pl, NYC
Labatut Atlantic Crossing on Hindenburg, 1936
Professor Jean Labatut (1899-1986), School of Architecture, used his Bell & Howell Filmo-121 home-movie camera when he was a passenger aboard the Hindenburg.
NewsPaper: 1 1975
Princeton University School of Architecture and Urban Planning Annual Recap
Young & Ayata Win Bauhaus Museum Dessau Competition
Princeton alums Michael Young and Kutan Ayata tied for first place in the Bauhaus Museum Dessau design competition.
Architecture Librarian, School of Architecture
Meggers joins effort to establish urban water sustainability research network
Princeton part of $12 million cooperative agreement from the National Science Foundation to establish the Urban Water Innovation Network (UWIN).
Meggers Wins Siebel Energy Institute Research Grant
The project aims to increase the efficiency of buildings by studying the cooling and heating of buildings using the lens of constructal theory.
Architecture Sources in the University Archives
Mudd Library, FIrestone LIbrary
Mario Gandelsonas, Acting Dean of the School of Architecture: 2015
This M.Arch project at Princeton University's School of Architecture investigates the relationship between the loom and the robot, questioning what it means to weave and thus questioning contemporary architectural tectonics.
Interactive digital fabrication environment to explore gypsum shell reinforcement
In the context of the course ARC 596 “Embodied Computation”, a project is developed to explore novel forms for gypsum shell by repeatedly breaking and repairing these types of shells using digitally controlled tools.