The annual Cevisama fair is the largest exhibition of ceramics and terracotta in the world, and this year a team of students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Material Processes and Systems Group (MaP+S) are presenting what Architect’s Newspaper called “one of the most advanced and exciting projects in the entire fair.”
New exhibition “The World According to Ecology,” now on display in Gund Hall, traces the ongoing pluralization of the field of ecology and offers considerations on its cultural significance globally.
Published twice yearly by the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Design Magazine was relaunched in spring 2014. Themed around health, wellness, and illness, the latest issue, “Well, Well, Well” (No. 40, Spring/Summer 2015), arrived on newsstands over the summer.
On Monday, August 24, the Harvard Graduate School of Design opened its main Fall 2015 exhibition Living Anatomy: An Exhibition About Housing, running all semester.
Four members of the GSD community are among this year's recipients of individual grants from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.
Charles Waldheim, John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture and Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, will deliver the keynote address at this year's Society of Architectural Historians conference.
Students at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design teamed up with the Harvard Ceramics Program to design innovative techniques for ceramic materials. Led by Leire Asensio-Villoria, lecturer in architecture and landscape architecture, and DDes candidate Felix Raspall, the “Ceramic Materials Formations” exhibition at Gallery 224 in Allston showcased the students' exploration of fabrication techniques and the behavior of different ceramic materials.