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Faculty publish new book on Mexico City

Tracing the urban evolution of Mexico City, Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography, coedited by associate professor of urban design Felipe Correa and critic in urban planning and design Carlos Garciavelez Alfaro, looks at a selection of the capital city's key urban projects throughout its 600-year history.

Jan 22, 2015

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Field Studies in Real Estate students seek to breathe new life into vacant industrial complex

In Dallas, a real estate developer and his colleagues are grappling with the perplexing question of how to revitalize a sprawling, vacant industrial complex. On December 16th, students in Professor Richard Peiser’s Field Studies in Real Estate course at the Harvard Graduate School of Design offered these professionals support by presenting a number of innovative ideas for the site.

Jan 15, 2015

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Students confront shifting landscape of American suburbia

Sururban development trends were explored in-depth by a Harvard University Graduate School of Design option studio entitled the Storm, the Strife, and Everyday Life: Sea Change in the Suburbs. Led by design critic Daniel D’Oca (MUP ’02), this studio tasked each student with examining a major concern in the suburbs.

Dec 18, 2014

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