Fall 2017 Advanced Studios Announced

Eight studios are available to advanced architecture students in fall 2017.

Nandini Bagchee
Advocate, Adapt, Add
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Harlem, New York

Peter Gisolfi
A New Performing and Visual Arts Center for Hackley Campus
Hackley School, Tarrytown, New York

Henry Grosman
Light & Excess – Luxury
TriBeCa, New York

Bradley Horn
Intentional Communities: Unintentional Effects
Sabbathday Lake, New Gloucester, Maine

Carl Fredrik Svenstedt
UTOPIA: Towards an Ideal Architecture
Kiruna, Sweden

Caitlin Swaim
Certain Reading
East Harlem, New York

Christian Volkmann
Urban Glass House
Various Locations, Manhattan, New York

Suzan Wines
Tools of Transition

In Advanced Studios, students from M Arch II, third-year M Arch I, 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 are placed into studios based on their interests through a lottery on the first day of class.