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Christina Geros Wins Radcliffe Competition

Despite stiff competition, Christina Geros (MAUD, MLA '15) has emerged as the winner in the Radcliffe Public Art Competition with “Latent (e)Scapes,” an interactive installation now in Radcliffe Yard.

Jun 4, 2014

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Natalia Gaerlan dreams big

Natalia Gaerlan (MUP '14) can run 100 meters in 11.84 seconds, design a public park, identify the native plants of North America, chat in Ukrainian, pole vault, bake a cake that looks like a watering can, recite plot lines from both "Downton Abbey" and "The Walking Dead," and win $20,000 on the game show "Wheel of Fortune.” Want to know more? Read her Harvard Gazette profile “Learning from nature, native peoples.”

Jun 3, 2014

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GSD Students join the WorldWide Storefront

Ashley Mendelsohn (MDesS '14) and Craig Reschke (MLA '15), along with Ann Lui, Larisa Ovalles and Ben Widger are one of the 10 winning teams of the WorldWide Storefront competition for art & architecture. They will present their project, the Spectacle Syndicate, an itinerant event venue located on the back of a traveling truck, in the fall.

May 29, 2014

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GSD at Rob/Arch

Martin Bechthold (professor of architectural technology, co-director of the DDes Program and director of the GSD Technology Platform) and a group of GSD students joined hundreds of artists, designers, fabricators and industry leaders at Rob|Arch 2014, a biannual conference created by the Association for Robots in Architecture.

May 27, 2014

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GSD students win KPF Fellowships

Two of the 3 winners of the KPF Traveling Fellowships this year are MArch I students Kevin Murray and Joanie Tom. The awardees were selected by a jury that includes Cathleen McGuigan (editor of Architectural Record and LF ’93) and Eric Höweler (assistant professor of architecture).

May 22, 2014

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Harvard GSD announces winner of the Wheelwright Prize 2014

Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design (GSD), is pleased to announce that Jose M. Ahedo, an architect based in Barcelona, Spain, is the winner of the 2014 Wheelwright Prize, a $100,000 traveling fellowship aimed at fostering investigative approaches to contemporary design.

May 21, 2014

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