Assistant Professor Forrest Meggers and Professor Guy Nordenson Receive Award for Innovative Research in Energy and the Environment
Faculty Participate in Design Exhibition Exploring Responses to Environmental Extremes
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.
SoA Faculty and Student Research on Performance in ARPA Journal
Columbia University's ARPA Journal is a biannual digital publication that serves as a public forum for debate on applied research practices in architecture.
CHAOS meets COSMO
Meggers and CHAOS Lab visit MoMA PS1 in Queens
Forrest Meggers featured in new book: "Future City Architecture for Optimal Living"
Chapter considers "Hidden Surface Effects: Radiant Temperature as an Urban and Architectural Comfort Culprit"
Dorit Aviv wins Tides Foundation Grant
Aviv will work with Professor Forrest Meggers at Princeton’s Andlinger Center to develop an M.Arch Thesis project into a passive cooling system prototype.
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,
Meggers at Butler/PEI Energy Table
Forrest Meggers will present energy topics and demonstrate his bicycle blender at the energy dinner organized at Butler
09.10.14 to 05.31.15
Listing of current faculty, affiliated faculty, professors emeriti
Cooling and Heating for Architecturally Optimized Systems - Meggers' research summer 2014
04.04.14 to 04.05.14
SoA Conference: Data Drama
April 4-5, Betts Auditorium. Curated by Liam Young.
Assistant Professor, Architecture; Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment