Fall 2016 Advanced Studios Announced

Nine studios focusing on sites as nearby as Morningside Heights and the South Bronx and as far afield as Amazonia and Siberia are available to advanced architecture students in fall 2016.

Jacob Alspector
Guggenheim Redux: Contemporary Art Museum – Interventions, Reinventions and Disruptions

Nandini Bagchee
South Bronx X Change

Lance Jay Brown
Mixing Uses: Integrating Urbanism

Alberto Foyo
Quality versus Inequality

Athanasios Haritos
Sacred Space/1000 Beds

Quardean Lewis-Allen
Unrenewal: Design for the New Economy

William MacDonald
Emergent Scapes: EScapes Elementary School

Luis Rojo
The Shrinking and Expanding City: Changing Paradigms in Mobility, Density and Ownership

Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss
Architecture Levity

Students from M Arch II, third-year M Arch, and fourth- and fifth- year B Arch explore design together and address research areas determined by the faculty. Emphasis is placed on design research and empowering students to identify and define design problems, establish evaluative criteria, analyze solutions, and predict the effectiveness of implementation. Students select studios through a lottery system on the first day of class.