Project
Architecture & Design Undergraduate Student Work Exhibit

Rotch Library, 7-238
April 7, 2017 - June 9, 2017

The Architecture & Design Undergraduate Student Work Exhibit gives prospective students a visual sense of the types of classes and the variety of work they might encounter in the pursuit of an undergraduate Architecture Major or Design Minor at MIT. 

MIT’s undergraduate Architecture Major provides both a deep and broad education in the field of architecture. The program emphasizes the interconnected relationship between architectural design, building technology, computation, history, theory and criticism. The Department’s extensive offerings reflect the program’s commitment to the cultural, social, political, technological and ecological issues of the built environment.

The Minor in Design (D-Minor) provides a hub at MIT where undergraduate students can learn core principles of design in dynamic studio settings, develop a sensibility for visual and physical form, and help contribute to new ways of designing that are applicable across a spectrum of areas.

Images:

1: Exhibition Poster
2: Amelia Wong
3: Elysa Kohrs
4: Kendra Knittel
5: Sofie Belanger, Johanna Greenspan-Johnston, Anthony Kawecki & Marco Rosero
6: Lucia Liu, Yuniy Zhu, Natalie Alper
7: George Varnavides, Akshita Sivakumar, Yasmine Rubinovitz
8: Dohyun Lee 

Questions?

Undergraduate Programs:
Paul Pettigrew

MIT Design Minor Advisor:
Terry Knight