Dan Borelli, director of exhibitions at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, has been steadily expanding the work he developed at the school while a student in the Art, Design, and the Public Domain program, which has recently garnered the attention of the Boston Globe.
Professor Krzysztof Wodiczko’s 2014 work Invisible wounds, which was presented at Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie in Paris last year, was recently acquired by Centre Pompidou.
Harvard Magazine recently published an article by Stephanie Garlock called "Good Design: A Public Interest Movement Redefines Architecture," in which the author provides a critical analysis of socially progressive and pro bono architecture practices today.
Caroline James (MArch ’14, associate at Maryanne Thompson Architects and LOEBlogger) and her colleague Arielle Assouline-Lichten (MArch ’13) will receive the Tribune award at the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation Leadership Awards Gala on February 26. Read more on the LOEBlog.
Private investment in public park assets is being seen as a win-win situation for budget-challenged urban areas, and indeed it has worked well for existing jewels like Central Park in NYC. But as Inga Saffron (LF ’12) points out in her commentary in the New Republic, there’s a downside as well. Read more in the LOEBlog.