“It is the aim of this School to do what it can, in its day and generation, to insure that the Architecture of the future shall be worthy of the future," wrote architect and founding Professor William Robert Ware in his Outline of a Course of Architectural Instruction.
150 Years of Architecture Education at MIT
“It is the aim of this School to do what it can, in its day and generation, to insure that the Architecture of the future shall be worthy of the future," wrote architect and founding Professor William Robert Ware in his Outline of a Course of Architectural Instruction.
150 Years of Architecture Education at MIT
The Experiments in Pedagogy are tests and provocations. Selected from an open call, the Experiments allow students and faculty to take on topics and modes of inquiry that do not fit into the current curriculum. They are an invitation to students and faculty to investigate new models, formats, and topics of learning, design, and research.
Fall 2018 / Experiments in Pedagogy
“The classroom is where I practice and cultivate a kind of utopia with my students, in the best possible sense,” Miljacki says.
Historian, curator, and designer Ana Miljacki studies architects and their quest to make a better world
Rosalyne Shieh / Marion Mahony Emerging Practitioner Fellow Hans Tursack / Pietro Belluschi Teaching Fellow
MIT Architecture welcomes Rosalyne Shieh and Hans Tursack, 2018-2019 Fellows
Rosalyne Shieh / Marion Mahony Emerging Practitioner Fellow Hans Tursack / Pietro Belluschi Teaching Fellow
MIT Architecture welcomes Rosalyne Shieh and Hans Tursack, 2018-2019 Fellows
Rosalyne Shieh / Marion Mahony Emerging Practitioner Fellow Hans Tursack / Pietro Belluschi Teaching Fellow
MIT Architecture welcomes Rosalyne Shieh and Hans Tursack, 2018-2019 Fellows
For the project in Peru, the team visited the archaeological complex on two occasions for several weeks in mid-2017 and early 2018. At the site, more than 9,000 images were collected through panoramic cameras, photogrammetric scanning tools, and drones.
Team led by Prof. Takehiko Nagakura a digitally documents Machu Picchu using virtual and augmented reality
For the project in Peru, the team visited the archaeological complex on two occasions for several weeks in mid-2017 and early 2018. At the site, more than 9,000 images were collected through panoramic cameras, photogrammetric scanning tools, and drones.
Team led by Prof. Takehiko Nagakura a digitally documents Machu Picchu using virtual and augmented reality
As dean, de Monchaux was known for his ability to nurture dialogue, to forge consensus, and to build bridges between SA+P and other schools at the Institute. Professor Julian Beinart, who co-taught many urban design studios with de Monchaux, reflected on his colleague’s studio technique: “John always took the epistemologically cool position: Let’s think about your proposition, let’s untie the knots of your argument, to the extent we can, let’s see if we can reframe some of the parts, let’s see where that takes us.”
John de Monchaux, former dean of the School of Architecture and Planning, dies at 81
Thresholds 46: Scatter! edited by Anne Graziano and Eli Keller investigates, expands and imagines the histories, futures, means and methods by which architecture gets around.
Thresholds 46: Scatter!
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