Feb 10 2012
Architecture Students Model National Landmark
Architecture students in Assistant Professor Jason Van Nest's intermediate software course collaborated on a final project to design a building information model for Grant's Tomb, also known as the General Grant National Memorial in Riverside Park, New York City.
Jan 03 2012
Architecture Professor Collaborates on Times Square Art Project
Adjunct Professor of Architecture William Rockwell has collaborated with the artist David Brooks on the first installation of his project, Desert Rooftops
, on view until Feb. 5 at The Last Lot project space on 46th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City.
Dec 21 2011
School of Architecture to Participate in NYC DDC’s innovative “Town and Gown” Program
The graduate program in Urban and Regional Design completed a project for Town + Gown entitled, "What Color is Mixed Use on a Land Use Map?". Town + Gown is in the New York City Department of Design and Construction and directed by Terri Matthews. "Town + Gown is a systematic action research program aimed at collectively increasing applied built environmental research, information transfer and Understanding.
Nov 02 2011
Three Part Lecture Series
The Friends of the School of Architecture and Design have organized a 3-part Lecture Series that will be held at the de Seversky Mansion. The series will focus on Mansions of Long Island and their Owner-Patrons of the Arts.
Oct 11 2011
Geometric Strands; Silk, Glass, Paper
NYIT Gallery 61 is pleased to announce this exhibition (October 6th-27th) where the use of geometric forms of various and unexpected materials is the common theme of the show. Some of the artists are inspired by architectural structures; others by the hard edges of geometric abstraction softened and humanized by the irregularities of texture inherent in materials and construction techniques.