Topic Housing

The ongoing conversation about housing speculates on design’s capacity to address a range of disparate agendas and priorities. Investigations imagine housing as a central agent of change, responding to international, generational, cultural, demographic, psychological, and environmental issues in order to develop a more inclusive and sustainable engagement moving forward.

News

Loeb Fellows influence housing policy in indonesia

Deidre Schmidt (LF ’08) and Matt Nohn (LF ’14) are working with policymakers in Indonesia to formulate a comprehensive and integrated housing framework to meet the needs of a rapidly urbanizing population. More in the LOEBlog.

Sep 3, 2014

News

Homeownership Built to Last: Affordability, Access, and Risk after the Housing Crisis

A new book, Homeownership Built to Last: Affordability, Access, and Risk after the Housing Crisis, features essays by Eric Belsky, Chris Herbert and Jen Molinsky of the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and the Department of Urban Planning and Design. They offer solutions and strategies to create an affordable, fair, and sustainable future for all Americans.

Aug 7, 2014

Research

Horizon House

First Prize Winner of the 3rd LIXIL International University Architectural Competition Designed by…

Research

Mark Mulligan and Kiel Moe, Faculty Advisors

Spring 2014