Author Archives: Sean Weiss

B Arch Students Win Second Place in ACSA Timber in the City Competition

B Arch students Danny Medina, Cesar Soto, and Daniel Olayiwola Akinsulire won second place in the ACSA Timber in the City Competition. Their project, Re-Gen Growth, was undertaken in Prof. Suzan Wines’s spring 2019 advanced studio, Timber in the City: Urban Habitat. Re-Gen Growth proposes a mixed-used development with residential apartments, an early childhood education

Victoria Graziano

Victoria Graziano graduated from the B Arch Program in 2018 Why did you choose SSA? SSA’s initial appeal came from its location in New York City, its highly praised accredited B Arch program, and its affordability. Its diverse faculty, staff, and student body offered a broadness of perspective that I found refreshing. Additionally, the small

Alum Wins SARA-NY Student Merit Award

SSA alum Victoria Graziano (B Arch ’18) garnered a 2019 SARA-NY student merit award for her project From Big Box to Small Squares: Reviving Suburbia. Undertaken in Professor June Williamson’s studio, the project reimagines the site of a failed Sears mall in Hicksville, Long Island. The project proposes to revitalize the suburban fabric through midscale

Professor Gutman Launches PLATFORM

With Swati Chattopadhyay, Zeynep Kezer, and Matthew Lasner, Professor Marta Gutman has launched PLATFORM, a digital forum for conversations about buildings, spaces, and landscapes. In describing the origins of the projects, PLATORM’s editors explain its links to the City College of New York: The idea of a digital venue for conversations on architecture, the built environment, and

Professor Gutman to Speak on Lauretta Vinciarelli

On Wednesday 10th July, Professor Marta Gutman will take part in a panel discussion about Lauretta Vinciarelli in conjunction with the exhibition Lauretta Vinciarelli at the Judd Foundation in New York City. Click here for more information and to register for the event.

Professor Gutman to Speak in Rhode Island and New York City

On Saturday 27th April, Professor Marta Gutman will take part in the GAHTC Teacher-to-Teacher Workshop: Teaching the Global at the Society of Architectural Historians annual conference in Rhode Island. Click here for additional information. On Tuesday 7th May, she will speak at AIA New York’s Center for Architecture, as part of the symposium A New