Hyuntek Yoon and Soobum You (both MArch ’12) of Atelier WHY have won the Detroit Riverfront Competition with an urban fantasy land that bridges streetscape and river with a magical forest.
Jinhee Park (design critic in architecture and MArch ’02) and John Hong (adjunct associate professor and MArch ‘96) are in the Architectural Record “2012 Design Vanguard.” The honor comes right on the heels of a Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award for their White Block Gallery.
TempAgency, a design/research collaborative between Kutonotuk (Leena Cho, MLA ’09 and Matthew Jull, MArch ’08) and mcdowellespinosa, is selected as one of the five finalists for the prestigious MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program 2013.
Edwin Chan (MArch '85) and Burak Pekoglu (MArch '11) led a seminar in Istanbul, Turkey at the Yildiz Teknik University.
A team of Harvard students has won the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association 2012 Student Project Award. James Cody Birkey (MDesS ’13) and Jaemin Ha (MAUD ’12) collaborated with Mukul Bafana (HBS) and Laura Bishop (HLS) on the Mumbai Port Redevelopment project.
French 2D (Jenny French, MArch ‘11) is not the only homegrown firm to be selected as a finalist for the 2013 MoMA/PS1 Young Architects Program. Leena Cho (MLA ‘09) and Matthew Jull (MArch ‘08) of Kotonotuk have collaborated with mcdowellespinosa to form TempAgency, which has also been invited to submit a proposal for the 2013 award.
Jorge Silvetti (professor of architecture) presented the keynote speech at a celebration to launch the Elemental/Incremental Housing and Participatory Design Manual, in Santiago, Chile, on November 26. The book by architect Alejandro Aravena (design critic ‘00-04) and engineer Andrew Iacobelli details 12 years of extraordinary success engaging local communities in a novel program of social housing for the most disenfranchised sectors of the population.