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Jun 07, 2019. Posted by Kathaleen Brearley

Prof. Fabiola López-Durán (MIT/HTC Phd 2009) received the 2019 Robert Motherwell Book Award from the Dedalus Foundation. https://www.dedalusfoundation.org/2019-cezannes-gravity-eugenics-garden

Jun 03, 2019. Posted by Gina Halabi

In his new book, MIT’s Timothy Hyde looks at the architectural controversies that have helped shape Britain.

In 1984, when the British government was planning to build a flashy modernist addition to the National Gallery in London, Prince Charles offered a dissenting view. The proposed extension, he said, resembled “a monstrous carbuncle on the face of a much-loved and elegant friend.” A public controversy ensued, and eventually a more subtle addition was built.

May 06, 2019. Posted by Gina Halabi

The Office of Graduate Education recently honored Huma Gupta as one of the 2019 Graduate Women of Excellence at their biennial celebration on Monday, April 29. Huma and her fellow honorees were nominated by members of the MIT community, and selected based on their leadership and service contributions, dedication to mentoring, and commitment to improving the student experience.

Apr 26, 2019. Posted by Gina Halabi

This year twenty-one students, faculty, staff, and alumni from the Department of Architecture will participate in the 2019 Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) Annual Conference, hosted April 24 - 28 in Providence, Rhode Island.

Apr 12, 2019. Posted by Gina Halabi

Henry A. Millon, a scholar of Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture who served on the faculty at MIT for almost 50 years, left a lasting legacy on his scholarly field through his own work and that of the many students he taught and advised.