Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Applying to MIT? Speak with current students at our online info sessions, taking place November 14 and December 1.
Fall 2017 Information for Prospective Students
Judith Barry and Mariana Ibañez join the faculty; Lauren Jacobi, Miho Mazereeuw, Ana Miljački, Christoph Reinhart recognized with promotions.
Faculty additions and promotions at the School of Architecture and Planning
The Urban Risk Lab's Risk Map asks residents to contribute to a public map that increases safety and helps response planning via social media.
MIT Urban Risk Lab map offers real-time, crowd-sourced flood reporting during Hurricane Irma
Responding to the theme of “Imminent Commons,” a diverse contingent of MIT faculty, researchers, and alumni are participating in the first Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. The co-directors, Hyungmin Pai (PhD '93) and Alejandro Zaera-Polo, ask: "Amidst radical social, economic, and technological transformations, will the city become a driving force of creativity and sustainability or will it be a mechanism of inequality and environmental decay?”
Faculty, Researchers, and Alumni Participate in the Seoul Biennale
Responding to the theme of “Imminent Commons,” a diverse contingent of MIT faculty, researchers, and alumni are participating in the first Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. The co-directors, Hyungmin Pai (PhD '93) and Alejandro Zaera-Polo, ask: "Amidst radical social, economic, and technological transformations, will the city become a driving force of creativity and sustainability or will it be a mechanism of inequality and environmental decay?”
Faculty, Researchers, and Alumni Participate in the Seoul Biennale
Responding to the theme of “Imminent Commons,” a diverse contingent of MIT faculty, researchers, and alumni are participating in the first Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. The co-directors, Hyungmin Pai (PhD '93) and Alejandro Zaera-Polo, ask: "Amidst radical social, economic, and technological transformations, will the city become a driving force of creativity and sustainability or will it be a mechanism of inequality and environmental decay?”
Faculty, Researchers, and Alumni Participate in the Seoul Biennale
Rania Ghosn, Rosalind Williams, and Caroline Jones joined guest speaker Imre Szeman for a panel discussion after his talk on ways to shift from “petroculture.”
Architecture Faculty Discuss Energy Transition Through Aesthetics and Culture
The joint Architecture & Planning urban design studio focused on the transformation of a coal-producing region in Southern Poland. “More than creating a physical project, it was about shifting the perception of the industrial landscape, and preparing the social and environmental context for something new,” says lecturer Marie Law Adams.
Urbanism After Extraction Studio wins 2017 Studio Prize, Architect Magazine
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