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7-408 (Keller Gallery)
Mar 05, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
Mar 04, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
On April 11-12, 2014, the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at MIT is hosting an evening lecture and one-day conference on “The Orangi Pilot Project and Legacy of Architect Perween Rehman." Perween Rehman was director of Orangi Pilot Project (OPP) until she was tragically murdered on March 13, 2013. Through this symposium we aim to draw parallels and lessons from the success story of the OPP, both in Pakistan and elsewhere.
Feb 28, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
The Takenaka Corporation, one of Japan's leading full-service architecture & construction companies, offers a 3-month internship from June 2 through August 29, 2014 in the Architectural Design Section of its Osaka office. As of 2014, MIT has participated in this program for over 20 years, and past interns have found the experience to be professionally and personally rewarding.
MIT Students enrolled in the MArch and SMArchS programs are eligible and welcome to apply.
The application consists of:
7-338 (Stella Room)
Feb 25, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
Please join us for a presentation by Patrick Little, winner of the 2013 Fontainebleau Scholarship, and to learn more about this great opportunity.
2014 Architecture Summer Session, Fontainebleau Schools in France
The MIT Department of Architecture will provide a scholarship for one graduate or undergraduate student to attend the Architecture Summer Session at the Chateau Fontainebleau in France. The scholarship is made possible by the support of A. Anthony Tappe MArch and MCP '58, an alumnus of Fontainebleau.
Feb 12, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
7-408, Keller Gallery
Jan 24, 2014. Posted by Darren Bennett
"SPACE-TIME," Exhibition by Jorge Otero-Pailos, in collaboration with MIT ©2013 Jorge Otero-Pailos
Space-Time registers fifty years in one third of one millionth of a second exposure, a time compression proportionally equivalent in space to shrinking the Solar System into the size of an apple’s core. The photograph was produced at MIT following Harold Edgerton’s laboratory notes and with the original instruments he used in 1964, which are now museum pieces. In 2014, as in 1964, Space-Time stops the bang of a bullet piercing through the core of a Macintosh apple at Mach 2.39.
Jan 15, 2014. Posted by Anne Deveau
The grant will help create a Global Architecture History Teaching Collaborative
by Scott R Campbell
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded MIT's School of Architecture + Planning (SA+P) a $1 million grant to help create a Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative.