ATTENTION - Issue #3: "Keywords: Postmodernism"
Princeton's Audio Journal for Architecture
Engineering + Creativity
Marc Mimram, Laurent Ney, Mike Schlaich, and Mutsuro Sasaki
When Architects Run Your Building
The result of a design competition sponsored in 1974, the building is still owned and managed by a nonprofit that is comprised entirely of architects.
SoA Lecture: Barry Bergdoll, Hal Foster, and Guy Nordenson - Reading Structures
A Conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Hal Foster, and Guy Nordenson. Begins at 5 p.m. in Betts Auditorium
04.11.16 to 04.29.16
SoA Exhibit: SALVAGE
Curated by Sylvia Lavin. Opening April 11 in the SoA Gallery.
Visiting Lecturer, Architectural Design
RESCHEDULED: PhD Colloquium: Martin Bressani
This lecture has been rescheduled to Friday April 8th at 10:30 AM.
Detroit 101: History, Race, and Real Estate
Betts Auditorium (6pm) Thomas Sugrue, Dan Kinkead, and Jerry Paffendorf
SoA Exhibit: Gallery Reception
Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery. March 30th @ 5p
Detroit 101: Philanthropy & Public Policy
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Don Chen, Ford Foundation
03.21.16 to 04.01.16
SoA Exhibit: A Citizen’s Guide To Real Estate Investment
Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery. March 21 - April 1, 2016.
Pelin Asa wins Labouisse Prize for International Project
Nicholas Risteen wins 2016-17 Fulbright for Doctoral Research
Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley, Curators of the 2016 Istanbul Design Biennial, Discuss "The Design of the Species"
In this exclusive interview with ArchDaily the curators discuss their intentions, criticise the traditional 'Biennial' model
Detroit 101: The Arts of Urban Transition
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) ; Oge Ude, Alexander Quetell, Lauren Wodarski
Detroit 101: Urbanism & Design
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Maurice Cox, Planning Director, City of Detroit
SoA Lecture: Maurice Cox
In conversation with Monica Ponce de Leon. Begins at 5 p.m. in Betts Auditorium
Detroit 101: Art & Image
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Judith Hamera and John Patrick Leary will each present work on Detroit.
Hirano's Aalto Museum Proposal in Architectural Digest
"...the Japanese architect made sure to instill many fundamental elements of Aalto’s vision into his own blueprint."
02.17.16 to 03.04.16
SoA Exhibit: DOME / КУПОЛ
Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery. February 17 - March 4, 2016. Exhibition Reception on March 1, 2016 at 7pm.
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.
02.10.16 to 04.27.16
S'16 Lecture Series
Cynthia Davidson, K. Michael Hays, Maurice Cox, Sandy Attia, Guy Nordenson, Barry Bergdoll, Hal Foster, Sylvia Lavin
02.01.16 to 02.12.16
SoA Exhibit: Commonplace
This exhibition has been produced in collaboration with Christine Boyer’s Introduction to Urbanism course, Spring 2015.
02.01.16 to 02.12.16
SoA Exhibit: Itineraries - 2015 Butler Traveling Fellowships
Works by Sanger Clark, Van Kluytenaar, Kayla Manning, Vincent Meyer-Madaus, and Abby Stone. Co-curated by the Butler recipients.
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
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.
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.