Rick Lowe—public-art pioneer, Loeb and MacArthur Fellow, and founder of Project Row Houses—will be the speaker at this year's GSD Class Day, addressing the Class of 2015 and their families on Wednesday, May 27, with live stream available here. Read more.
Héctor Tarrido-Picart (MLA/MAUD ’15) is among the students from around the university whom the Harvard Gazette is spotlighting as part of its Commencement 2015 coverage. Tarrido-Picart discusses the layers of influences that have shaped his studies, starting from his childhood in San Juan, where watching his father restore some of the oldest buildings in the Americas exposed him to craft. He also talks about the need for more inclusion in design and architecture. Read more.