Author Archives: Kari Kleinmann

Melendez Curates Exhibition in Venice

In summer 2018, Professor Frank Melendez, along with Professors Marcella Del Signore (NYIT) and Nancy Diniz (RPI), organized and curated an architectural exhibition titled Data & Matter. The exhibition is on display from May 26 to November 25, 2018, at the Palazzo Bembo in Venice, Italy, and is supported by the GAA Foundation / European Cultural Center, Time, Space, Existence exhibition,

PLOT Journal Receives Douglas Haskell Award

The student-edited landscape architecture journal, PLOT volume 6 (Cloud) has received the 2018 Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals from the Center for Architecture. Featuring curated submissions by students, faculty, artists, and practitioners, volume 6 (2017) examines the ephemeral phenomenon of the cloud, a speculation on that mass of shifting liquid masquerading as a solid. The content was

Structures of Coastal Resilience

Structures of Coastal Resilience presents new strategies for creative and collaborative approaches to coastal planning for climate change. In the face of sea level rise and an increased risk of flooding from storm surge, we must become less dependent on traditional approaches to flood control that have relied on levees, sea walls, and other forms

PLOT Volume 7: Magic

Featuring curated submissions by students, faculty, artists, and practitioners, PLOT Volume 7 explores the theme of MAGIC. The issue’s 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 reveal many rich interpretations of MAGIC, appearing along a non-binary trajectory from

Spitzer School Class of 2018

The Spitzer School congratulates the class of 2018! On June 1, more than 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 May