Silvia Benedito (assistant professor in landscape architecture), and Alexander Häusler (MArch II '04) of OFICINAA won 3rd prize in the international competition to design the Danube riverfront in the city of Ingolstadt, Germany.
The work of associate professor Ingeborg Rocker, winner of this year's Women in Design: Urban Interventions competition, is being shown at BSA Space in Boston.
GSD denizens represent a strong presence at the upcoming Buenos Aires Biennale: BienalBA. Inaki Abalos, Felipe Correa, Rahul Mehrotra and Jorge Silvetti are featured speakers, and Mehrotra has won the Bienal de Arquitectura Internacional award..
On Thursday, August 29, during Orientation Week, the Alumni Council hosted a reception for new students to the GSD. With the threat of rain overhead, students and alumni gathered under the eaves of Gund Hall.
Each spring, many GSD graduates leave campus and exchange the GSD’s creative, collaborative environment for the anonymity of the big city. Two recent graduates are re-building the supportive design network that made their GSD experience so rich by creating venues for networking and social opportunities in which alumni can come together.
The Alumni Insights lecture series, hosted by GSD Development and Alumni Relations, recognizes the work of Harvard GSD alumni and gives current students an opportunity to hear about the diverse careers and achievements of the school's graduates.
For the first in a series of GSD Alumni Q+A, we asked John Ronan (MArch ’91) about his work, his life and his GSD experience.
150 GSD students, alumni and friends gathered on a Brooklyn rooftop as the sun set over Manhattan in late July. GSD alumni hosted the cocktail reception at the New Lab, a Beta space facility in the Brooklyn Navy Yard that brings together design, prototyping and new manufacturing that incubates and encourages innovative work in a range of disciplines.
An online petition created by a GSD student group defending the rights of architectural pioneer Denise Scott Brown garnered a media maelstrom this spring.
Michael Ezban's (MLA ’13) article titled “Decoys, Dikes, and Lures: Polyfunctional Landscapes of Waterfowl Hunting” has been published in Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, the peer-reviewed journal edited by John Dixon Hunt.