Spring 2019 Advanced Studios Announced

Following are the Advanced Studios that are being offered in spring 2019:

Kutan Ayata
Diverging Conventions
New York, New York

Nandini Bagchee
Jackson Eco Dwelling
Jackson, Mississippi

Monica Bertolino
Inter-Sections/Interacting with the South American Territory
San Juan Province, Argentina

Jeremy Edmiston
Design/Build: Iona Island
Stony Point, New York

Jerome Haferd
Shifting Ground – The Harlem African Burial Ground
Harlem, New York

Shawn Rickenbacker
The Stack
Harlem, New York

Srdjan Weiss
Independent Projects

June Williamson
Housing55PLUS: The Studio for Designing Suburban Futures
Queens, New York

Suzan Wines
Timber in the City: Urban Habitat
Queens, New York

In Advanced Studios, 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. For all but the independent project studio, students select studios through a lottery on the first day of class.