A series of conversations on where we are now
MIT Architecture Fall 2020 online public program
On October 26, join our Fall 2020 Information Sessions for Prospective Students
Open house
10/28 A panel discussion between faculty from the GSD Department of Architecture and MIT Department of Architecture featuring Azra Aksamija, Michelle Chang, Nicholas de Monchaux, Iman Fayyad, Huma Gupta, Mark Lee, Rafi Segal, and Yasmin Vobis.
The Architecture of Democracy; a conversation hosted by Mark Lee and Nicholas de Monchaux, with colleagues from Harvard and MIT
Revitalized outdoor space will be redesigned along with Hayden Library by Sheila Kennedy's firm Kennedy & Violich Architecture in collaboration with Stephen Stimson Associates Landscape Architects.
Building 14 courtyard to undergo renovation
11/5 A special lecture series event featuring Eddie Opara in conversation with Eric Chang
The Ahmad Tehrani Symposium
A student-led series of film screenings and conversations about the various ways in which the imagination of the built environment, architecture, landscape, and urban environments is mediated through film.
Fall 2020 Cinema and Architectural Imagination
A team of MIT researchers is using the thermodynamic properties of water evaporation to bring off-grid cold storage of produce to remote, arid regions.
Designing off-grid refrigeration technologies for crop storage in Kenya
MIT Architecture students stay connected through the Summer Work and Pedagogy Program
Designing from a distance
Once displaced by war, MIT’s Azra Akšamija creates works of cultural resilience in the face of social conflict
Rebuilding cultures through art, design, and community
Once displaced by war, MIT’s Azra Akšamija creates works of cultural resilience in the face of social conflict
Rebuilding cultures through art, design, and community
MIT Architecture students have launched a new student-edited platform. Read a letter from the editors.
Announcing "out of frame"
PhD candidate Jessica Varner traces the way synthetic building materials have transformed our environment.
When the chemical industry met modern architecture
MIT’s design minor and major programs give rise to polymath students with design skills they can apply to any field.
Design in a major key
A project by Olivier Faber from Brandon Clifford’s Fall 2019 Architecture Design Core Studio I
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Fusing art, science, and product design, senior Jierui Fang has followed—and sometimes created — her own path at MIT.
Design that makes a difference
Installation view from “More or Less Exact,” a 2019 MArch thesis presentation by Dalma Foldesi and Jung In Seo
Learn about our MArch program
Architecture's Rafi Segal creates projects meant to enhance a sense of community.
Designing for place and space
A project by Chen Chu and Nynika Jhaveri from Mariana Ibanez’s Fall 2019 Architecture Design Option Studio, “EPISODE 5”
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Renovated spaces will be more flexible and welcoming, maximizing views and natural light.
Design for the Hayden Library renovation takes shape
A project by Melika Konjicanin, Jitske Swagemaker, and David White, from Enrique Walker’s Fall 2019 Architecture Design Option Studio, "OPEN WORK"
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A project by Nare Filiposyan, Emma Jurczynski, and Gil Sunshine from Sheila Kennedy’s Fall 2019 Architecture Design Core Studio III
Learn about our Core studios
MIT has been named the top university in the world for “Architecture/Built Environment” in the subject rankings from QS World University Rankings for 2020. In “Art and Design,” the Institute ranked No. 5 globally. This year, MIT ranked No. 1 in 12 of 48 disciplines.
MIT named No. 1 university worldwide for architecture/built environment, No. 5 for art/design
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