The newly reimagined and redesigned Harvard Design Magazine was featured on both ArchDaily and Designers & Books.
Jacob Koch’s (MUP ’15) summer job brought him face to face with a long-brewing crisis: the depletion and pollution of drinking water in São Paulo, Brazil.
Niall Kirkwood, professor of landscape architecture and technology, was interviewed in early September for a television broadcast of PD Notebook on Korea's MBC Channel.
The GSD is pleased to announce six new appointments in the departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban Planning, as well as five signficant appointments in faculty administration.
Examining urban heat vulnerability, assistant professor of urban planning Joyce Klein Rosenthal recently published “Intra-Urban Vulnerability to Heat-Related Mortality in New York City” in the journal Health and Place.
In his lecture this past June, associate professor of landscape architecture and MDes program co-director Pierre Bélanger challenged the disciplines of engineering and planning to propose new, ecological strategies for infrastructure at the Strelka Institute in Moscow.
The GSD and the Wyss Institute Adaptive Material Technologies platform have unveiled their first jointly developed patent pending system: the Dynamic Daylight Control System. The new prototypes have the potential to revolutionize building lighting systems with dramatic environmental and economic impacts.
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies—a joint center affiliated with the GSD and the Kennedy School—and the AARP Foundation released a new report entitled "Housing America's Older Adults: Meeting the Needs of an Aging Population."
Deidre Schmidt (LF ’08) and Matt Nohn (LF ’14) are working with policymakers in Indonesia to formulate a comprehensive and integrated housing framework to meet the needs of a rapidly urbanizing population. More in the LOEBlog.
In a recent interview in the Washington Post, Jair Lynch (LF ’06) reaches way back for the roots of his interest in building and cities and forward toward the future of his beloved city. Read “Just Asking: D.C. developer and former Lego fanatic Jair Lynch.”