This week, "Salvaged Stadium" by Yaohua Wang (MArch II '14), the winner of the James Templeton Kelley Prize, the annual award for the best final design project, was featured on ArchDaily.
On October 16, 2014, at the second annual Harvard Real Estate Conference “Disruptive Innovation in Real Estate,” seven global real estate industry leaders demonstrated that disruptive innovation in real estate development, building typologies, and finance has been critical to the growth of the real estate industry.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design is pleased to announce that Diane Davis has been named the Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning and Urbanism.
Three Harvard University Graduate School of Design alumni Heidi Cho (MUP/MAUD '14) Edward Meng (MUP '14), and Tiffany Obser (MArch '14) are embarking on fellowships in Saudi Arabia sponsored by the New Cities Foundation.
The Guardian's Rowan Moore recently profiled Farshid Moussavi (MArch II '91), professor in practice of architecture.
Archdaily visited with Dean Mohsen Mostafavi on a recent trip to Chile that he and a small group of Harvard University Graduate School of Design faculty and staff made to South America.
In recognition for their innovative app for congestion, Audi has named Jose Castillo, design critic in urban planning and design (MArch '95, DDes '00), and his team the winner of the Audi Urban Future Award in Mexico City.
Alex Krieger (MCP '77), professor in practice of urban design and principle at NBBJ, was a keynote speaker at the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCAR) World Congress in Gdynia, Poland, in September.
During the 2014 New Orleans Fall Study Tour, Jim Stockard (LF '78) took a field trip organized by Neal Morris (LF '10) to look at housing and community development. There was much to learn from the star-quality panel of experts who have been involved in recovery activities since Katrina and Rita changed the landscape in the city. Read on at the LOEBlog.Photo by Eli Spevak