Four SoA faculty awarded Magic Grants from the Princeton Humanities Council: Erin Besler, S. E. Eisterer, Guy Nordenson, Spyros Papapetros
Biogenic House Sections reviewed in The Architect's Newspaper
By Jack Murphy: Biogenic House Sections, curated by LTL Architects, explores case studies and speculative designs that use natural materials
The Architecture of Collage: Marshall Brown opens in October at Santa Barabara Museum of Art
Beatriz Colomina & Nikolaus Hirsch interviewed by Dennis Pohl in ARCH+ for CIVA exhibition Sick Architecture in Brussels
Professor Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample awarded 2022–23 Rome Prize fellowship
Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto’s Lyrical Urbanism: The Taipei Music Center at Cooper Union
Lecture, Panel, and Music Performance on April 6, 2022
(662) MOS ARCH featured in Azure
MOS Offers a New Image of Architectural Work
McEwen Publishes Article in "Working at the Intersection: Architecture After the Anthropocene" (RIBA 2022)
Professor Guy Nordenson elected to National Academy of Engineering
CREATE Lab’s Social Signals Installation on display at School of Architecture
V. Mitch McEwen and Black Reconstruction Collective featured in third issue of Deem, “Envisioning Equity”
Associate Professor Forrest Meggers Wins a Holcim Award For Developing an Approach to Sustainable Cooling
Dean Ponce de Leon / MPdL Studio Helios House featured in AIA’s “Five projects by Hispanic architects”
Stefana Parascho’s CREATE Laboratory wins 2021 R+D Award for Robotic Construction for LightVault
V. Mitch McEwen featured in MoMA exhibition “Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America” with the Black Reconstruction Collective
Besler & Sons wins 2020 AN Best of Design Award for Architecture Arboretum
McEwen among artists, architects, and activists calling for the removal of Philip Johnson's name from MoMA - NY Times, Architect's Newspaper, and more
Professor Alejandro Zaera-Polo's practice AZPML wins design competition with UKST for the Korean Museum of Urbanism and Architecture
AZPML is selected to design the KMUA in Sejong, South Korea
Professors Stefana Parascho and Sigrid Adriaenssens use robots to build beautiful architecture more sustainably
Stan Allen, Erin Besler, and Spyros Papapetros among 2020 Graham Foundation Grantees for Publications
Metropolis Speaks with Assistant Professor V. Mitch McEwen About New Firm and Partnership with Amina Blacksher, "Atelier Office"
Assistant Professor Stefana Parascho receives grant for COVID-19 research from C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute
Parascho’s c.r.e.A.t.e Lab teams up with SOM and researchers to find more efficient and sustainable ways to build
Nordenson gives a Virtual Tour of Midtown Skyscrapers in NY Times Critic's Notebook: "The Hidden Feats That Built New York’s Towering Skyscrapers"
Lewis and Nordenson's "Manual of Urban Distance" Awarded in Princeton Half Million Dollar Funding Program for Actionable COVID-19 Research Projects
McEwen's Black Box Research Group Leads Collaborative Efforts in PPE Prototyping and Production for the COVID-19 Front Lines
Professor Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample of MOS Awarded 2020 USA Fellowship
Jesse Reiser's firm Reiser + Umemoto, RUR Architecture opens Exhibition at E. Tay Gallery
Professor Gandelsonas Participating in the 12th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo
Assistant Professor Forrest Meggers and Professor Guy Nordenson Receive Award for Innovative Research in Energy and the Environment
Professor Beatriz Colomina Receives Honorary Doctorate from KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Faculty Curate and Design Architecture Itself and Other Postmodernist Myths Exhibit
Faculty Participate in Design Exhibition Exploring Responses to Environmental Extremes
Professor Beatriz Colomina Exhibits "Bed-In" at Venice Architecture Biennale
Elizabeth Diller's Studio Designs Heavenly Bodies Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
SoA Faculty to Participate in 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial
Mario Gandelsonas Named Faculty Fellow in Service and Civic Engagement
International Research Collaboration: Soft Adaptive Building Skins for Energy-Efficient Architecture
Princeton Urban Imagination Center and Places Journal offer new prize to produce a major work of public scholarship; Applications open through October 19, 2020
Apply to the Princeton | Places Urban Imagination Prize
PUIC presents Olivier Tarpaga: I Guess You Solved the Question at Chicago Biennial
Andrés Jaque Awarded 2016 Kiesler Architecture and Art Prize
Reading Structures: 39 Projects and Built Works
Lars Müller Publishers, 2016. A collection of thirty-nine structures, both built and unbuilt, this monograph reveals Nordenson’s unique contributions to a progressive, collaborative design process, as both engineer and designer.
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?"
PUIC Roma 20-25 Exhibition Opens
“Roma 20-25: New Life Cycles for the Metropolis” is an international design workshop and exhibition organized by the MAXXI Foundation and the Urban Planning Department of the City of Rome.
PEI Faculty Seminar Series: Mario Gandelsonas, The Des Moines Farming Corridor
Mario Gandelsonas will discuss the development of downtown Des Moines since 1990.
Detroit Focus for Princeton Faculty and Alumni at 2016 Venice Biennale
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.
Colomina to Curate 2016 Istanbul Design Biennial with Mark Wigley
Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley appointed as the curators of the 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, 22 October to 4 December 2016 by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts.
Princeton University/University of São Paulo: Fluvial Metropolis Workshop
Fluvial Metropolis Workshop
03.14.15 to 05.03.15
Exhibit: "The Built Environment - Design for Life," Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie - with presentation by Forrest Meggers
Highlighting adaptive re-use of historic buildings, modern and contemporary structures and buildings that demonstrate designs for energy efficiency and climate,
03.12.15 to 03.15.15
Exhibit: "Designing for Climate Change"
Structures of Coastal Resilience presents an exhibition at Cabinet Magazine in NYC, March 13-15, 2015.
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
11.19.14 to 12.12.14
SoA Exhibit: The Instruments Project