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?"
PEI Faculty Seminar Series: Mario Gandelsonas, The Des Moines Farming Corridor
Mario Gandelsonas will discuss the development of downtown Des Moines since 1990.
Mario Gandelsonas: Acting Dean through 2015
Gandelsonas’ appointment continues through Dec. 31. Monica Ponce de Leon assumes the role of dean on Jan. 1, 2016.
Princeton University/University of São Paulo: Fluvial Metropolis Workshop
Fluvial Metropolis Workshop
02.02.15 to 02.20.15
SoA Exhibit: "Avatars"
Curated by Mario Gandelsonas, with Julian Harake, the spring 2014 design seminar ARC492, and Omnivore
São Paulo as Fluvial Metropolis
"Infrastructure, Meta-projects, Imagined Futures and the City as Home" - 4 year collaboration funded by Princeton Strategic Partnership Grant
SoA Faculty Win Strategic Partnership Grants
Mario Gandelsonas and Jesse Reiser launch new research initiatives in collaboration with University of São Paolo and University of Tokyo.
LINK: CAUI 2007-2013
Center for Architecture, Urbanism, and Infrastructure from 2007-2013
Garden [City] State
Published by the Center for Architecture, Urbanism, and Infrastructure, 2013
In Search of the Public: Notes on the Contemporary City
City as Loft - Adaptive Reuse as a Resource for Sustainable Urban Development
Martina Baum and Kees Christiaanse discuss their new book.
On Architecture and Capitalism: Obsolescence, History, and the Present Crisis
Too Big to Fail: Carmageddon and Failing Los Angeles Infrastructure
F'11 Studio: Nikole Bouchard
Graduate Design Studio: "Suzhou New District: Irrigating the Future City" Faculty: Mario Gandelsonas
Hard, Soft, Fast, Slow: Access and Mobility in 21st Century Cities
Infrastructure's Domain: Architectural Manifestations of Techno-bureaucratic Systems
S'08 Landscape and Urbanism Lecture Series: Gardening