Armando Carbonell (LF ’93) was one of 34 new Fellows recently elected to the National Academy of Academics, Learned Societies and Practitioners in the Social Sciences in the United Kingdom. Carbonell was cited as a leader for his international research in land use and taxation.
Tracing the urban evolution of Mexico City, Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography, coedited by associate professor of urban design Felipe Correa and critic in urban planning and design Carlos Garciavelez Alfaro, looks at a selection of the capital city's key urban projects throughout its 600-year history.
In conjunction with Yale University Press, the Harvard Graduate School of Design announces the forthcoming release of The Writings of Josep Lluís Sert, edited by Eric Mumford and with a foreword by Dean Mohsen Mostafavi.
In Dallas, a real estate developer and his colleagues are grappling with the perplexing question of how to revitalize a sprawling, vacant industrial complex. On December 16th, students in Professor Richard Peiser’s Field Studies in Real Estate course at the Harvard Graduate School of Design offered these professionals support by presenting a number of innovative ideas for the site.
Carlos Garciavelez (MAUD '12), recipient of the 2012 Druker Traveling Fellowship and lecturer in urban planning and design, culminated his research with the release of a book titled Form and Pedagogy: The Design of the University City in Latin America (ARD 2014).