Thank you for your interest in applying to the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
The GSD offers a dynamic setting for the exchange of ideas across the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, real estate, design studies, and design engineering—united in the pursuit of a more just, coherent, and beautiful world.
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Inside the GSD
“From Virtual by Emergency to Virtual by Design,” the 2020–2021 Irving Innovation Fellows Advance Virtual Pedagogy
Each year, the Irving Innovation Fellowship enables recent Harvard Graduate School of Design alumni…
“Never demolish. Always transform, with and for the inhabitants”: Anne Lacaton delivers inaugural Jaqueline Tyrwhitt Urban Design Lecture
“Living well in the city,” the French architect Anne Lacaton declared, “is the most important…