M Arch Housing Design Wins AIA Notaro Award
M Arch I students Sarah Ahmad and Mahesh Mistry received the AIA New York State John A. Notaro Memorial Scholarship honorable mention award for their spring 2017 studio project. The scholarship recognizes projects addressing the theme of “Experimentation: Where is the Profession Going?” Ahmad and Mistry’s design, “CSBH, the Urban Village,” addresses a need in
J. Max Bond Featured in Time’s Genius Issue
The late J. Max Bond Jr., dean of City College’s architecture school from 1984 to 1992, is highlighted as one of the greatest all-time geniuses in Time magazine’s Genius Issue. Architect David Adjaye cites Bond’s success and dedication, the breadth of his work on multiple continents, and his “instinct for the empowering capacity of the built
Street Co-Naming Honors J. Max Bond Jr.
On November 19, former CCNY dean of architecture and visionary architect and activist J. Max Bond Jr. (1935-2009) received a quintessential New York honor: The southeast corner of West 162nd Street and St. Nicholas Avenue is now J. Max Bond Jr. Way. Speaking at the co-naming ceremony, CCNY President Vince Boudreau remembered Bond as “always
9 Spitzer Students Receive Castagna Scholarship Covering Tuition and Study Abroad
Nine architecture students are benefiting from the new Castagna Architectural Scholarship, which provides a full year’s tuition plus funding for study abroad and books. Several recipients, in both the B Arch and M Arch I programs, studied in Berlin or Barcelona this past summer, and two students are on semester-long exchanges in Spain this fall.
Alum Jeff Levine Featured in Real Deal
Jeff Levine B Arch ’75, chair of Levine Builders, is featured in a Real Deal interview as part of a new Q&A series with New York City construction leaders. Levine shares fond memories of his years at City College in the Curry Garage and discusses how his firm came to focus on affordable housing. His company has completed