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.

Thesis

On Adapting

by Caio Barboza (MArch '16) and Sofia Blanco Santos (MArch '16) — Recipient of the James Templeton…

Thesis

Spring 2016

exhibition

Alpine Shelter, Skuta, Slovenia

Peak House is modular mountaineering shelter – a bivouac – constructed for a remote site in the Slovenian Alps.  Such shelters pepper the Alps across Europe, serving as much-needed outposts from harsh winds, snow conditions, and treacherous terrains. The project was an international collaboration between…

exhibition dates: APR 4 – AUG 21, 2016

exhibition

Horizon House: A Retreat in Nature

Horizon House was developed by a team of eight students at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and was selected First Place in the 3rd LIXIL International University Architectural Competition, held on April 20, 2013 in Tokyo.  The competition focused on the concept of…

exhibition dates: APR 3 – MAY 16, 2014