GSD students brought their design and research skills to address practical community needs this summer through the Community Service Fellowship Program. Their internships took them to government agencies and nonprofits in Boston and other cities.
Greater Boston teens have been getting a taste of architecture and design in a small but important program at the GSD.
Elizabeth MacWillie (MDesS ’14) and colleagues from Harvard, MIT and Tufts presented their ICE-POPS project at the prestigious Architecture Biennale in Venice.
GSD students Naz Beykan (MDesS) and Jainxaing Huang (DDesS) had fun with field research that will make a serious contribution to understanding the cooling effects of green space on the urban landscape.
Wang Shu starts his day reading 17th C poetry and writing Chinese calligraphy. The first Chinese architect to win the Pritzker prize spent the last couple of years at the GSD and is showing China the way to bring the traditional in harmony with the modern.
The new Loeb Fellowship class includes an environmental policymaker, an electronic gaming designer, 3 producers of urban spectacle, and an architect who uses her craft for conflict resolution.
Read what one of France’s most important architecture journals has to say about the GSD in their July/August issue.
The “Waterline” exhibit at the Chicago River Museum presents provocative design solutions by GSD students in Philip Enquist's 2012 option studio.
Maurice Cox (LF '05) new Associate Dean for community engagement at Tulane School of Architecture.