Featuring curated submissions by students, faculty, artists, and practitioners, Volume 6 explores the theme of CLOUD. The content is developed by the second-year MLA student editorial board in collaboration with faculty advisor Catherine Seavitt Nordenson and designer Isaac Gertman. Contributions to this issue examine the ephemeral phenomenon of the CLOUD, a speculation on that mass
Professor Marta Gutman has been recognized on an international level for her urban history, A City for Children: Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850–1950 (University of Chicago Press, 2014). The Society of Architectural Historians awarded the book the 2017 Spiro Kostof Award, given to interdisciplinary studies of urban history that make the greatest contribution
Fourth-year B Arch students Johannah Deegan and Zara Tamton deployed their expertise in coding and robotics, gained in Professor Frank Melendez‘s Responsive Architectures course, to win City College’s inaugural Art + Science Leonardo da Vinci Challenge. The team created the winning artwork, entitled “Flock,” by using Arduino microcontrollers, a procedural text-based software, to build and
The Spitzer School congratulates the class of 2017! On June 2, nearly 100 graduates were awarded degrees of Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, and Master of Urban Planning. Continuing students winning awards and scholarships were also recognized at a separate award ceremony on June 1.
6:30-9:00 p.m. Spitzer School Roof Honoring: William Garrison McNeil ’65 for Career Achievement & Arnaldo Melendez for Faculty/Staff Achievement $35 General Admission, $25 for Members ALL FUNDS BENEFIT STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND Free for Current Students / Suggested Donation for Faculty Register
Professor Marta Gutman edited this special section of the Journal of Urban History and wrote the introduction. Photo: County Road, Winthrop, Washington, 2016. Courtesy Marta Gutman.