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
Administrative, Technical, and Library
Video Library in Firestone
CAUI 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.
Visiting Associate Professor
PEI Faculty Seminar Series: Mario Gandelsonas, The Des Moines Farming Corridor
Mario Gandelsonas will discuss the development of downtown Des Moines since 1990.
12.08.15 to 02.15.16
Call for Applications | 2016-17 Princeton-Mellon Fellowship
Mellon Forum | Inscribing Home in the City in Mexico and Colombia
Colomina and Wigley 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial: “Are We Human?"
The 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial will open in October 2016. The full title is: ARE WE HUMAN? THE DESIGN OF THE SPECIES 2 seconds, 2 days, 2 years, 200 years, 200,000 years.
Sean Anderson New Associate Curator at MoMA
Detroit Focus for Princeton Faculty and Alumni at 2016 Venice Biennale
Nordenson Named "Most Admired" Educator by DesignIntelligence
Each year, DesignIntelligence selects exemplary educators and administrators from the disciplines of architecture, industrial design, interior design and landscape architecture as education role models.
Many Voices, One Future
Many Voices, One Future is Princeton's institutional movement toward greater diversity and inclusion for all members of the campus community.
11.12.15 to 11.14.15
Conflict Shorelines: History, Politics & Climate Change
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.
SoA Lecture: Monica Ponce de Leon
Begins at 6 pm in Betts Auditorium.
Architectural Plans and Sections
Columbia GSAPP and Avery Library are now sharing approximately 10,000 images of architectural plans and sections and related materials in ARTstor Digital Library.
Chicago Architecture Biennial features Princeton Faculty and Alumni
The 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial explores the ambitions, challenges and possibilities that are fueling the architectural imagination today and steering the future of the field.
SoA Lecture: Lukasz Stanek
Begins at 6 pm in Betts Auditorium. Co-Sponsored by the Program in Media & Modernity.
NewsPaper: 1 1975
Princeton University School of Architecture and Urban Planning Annual Recap
International Employees Group at Princeton (IEGAP)
10.14.15 to 11.18.15
F'15 Lecture Series
Jinhee Park / Lukasz Stanek / Jan De Vylder / Monica Ponce de Leon / Mimi Hoang, Eric Bunge
10.12.15 to 11.10.15
Radical Pedagogies at the 7th WARSAW UNDER CONSTRUCTION FESTIVAL
10.12.15 to 10.23.15
SoA Exhibit: MOS - Videos and Rocks
On view from October 12 - October 23
Princeton ARC509 Design/ Builds Open House New York Pavilion
Mellon Forum | J.B. Jackson's Vision of the City as Part of the Landscape
Grossman Receives Graham Foundation Award
The 2015 Carter Manny Award recognizes doctoral students engaged in innovative and advanced scholarship on architecture and its role in the arts, culture, and society.
Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism & the Humanities
Center for Architecture, Urbanism, and Infrastructure (CAUI)
Marshall Brown, Director
Alfredo Thiermann "Dynamics of the Void" project selected for IIT MCHAP for Emerging Architecture
The project is a sonic pavillion made after an artist residence in Antarctica
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.
School of Architecture Contact Information
Main Office: 609-258-3741, Programs: 609-258-3641, Email: email@example.com
Architecture Librarian, School of Architecture
Churalska Research Featured in SCoopA World Expo
Tsvetelina Churalska's 2014 M.Arch Thesis Research received honorable mention by Social Cooperation Architects (SCoopA) 2015 Expo Milano: Feed the World competition.
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
Clelia Pozzi, Old Forms Recast as New
Architecture Sources in the University Archives
Mudd Library, FIrestone LIbrary
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.
Misha Semenov: Class of 2015 Valedictorian
Semenov will deliver the valedictory address at Princeton's Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, June 2
Lindsey May Pitching the City 2015
Lindsey May (M. Arch 2014) is a finalist and presenter in the Pitching the City 2015 event in New York City. She will be presenting Open Lobby, a proposal which grew out of her M. A.Arch Thesis research.
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.
Monica Ponce de Leon Named Dean
The new dean arrives January 2016.
Dissertation Defense: Leonardo Diaz-Borioli
Collective Autobiography Building Luis Barragán
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.