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School of Architecture & Design News
Dec 04 2012

NYIT Architecture Students Tour the Damage from Hurricane Sandy

Students from the School of Architecture and Design have self-organized to help with rebuilding efforts on Long Island from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. The students will be working with Nassau County Emergency Management officials, and several meetings will be held in preparation for a site tour of Long Beach and Island Park, N.Y.

Nov 30 2012

Help NYIT Collect Bed, Bath and Beyond Coupons

Bed, Bath and Beyond

Your current and expired Bed, Bath and Beyond coupons can help families impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Donate your coupons and offer "retail relief" to families in need of replacing houseware essentials.

Send your coupons to Danielle Fortune in the School of Architecture and Design, Education Hall, room 123, Old Westbury campus. Read more on Facebook.

Nov 27 2012

NYIT Architects Raise Funds to Finish Costa Rica Recycling Center

Kickstarter Campaign

NYIT architecture students and faculty members are planning to return to Costa Rica in January 2013 to finish construction of a recycling and education center designed by them last year. To raise the $9,000 needed to complete the project (pictured half done), the group has launched a new Kickstarter campaign. Read more.

Nov 26 2012

Join Operation: Resilient Long Island

NYIT students, alumni, and faculty members from the School of Architecture and Design are working with the Nassau County (N.Y.) Office of Emergency Management to aid residents dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. An organizational meeting for students interested in participating in such efforts will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 12:45-2:10 p.m. at the Edward Guiliano Global Center, 1855 Broadway, 11th floor, NYIT-Manhattan. Read more.

Nov 14 2012

Exhibition Designed by NYIT Professor Prepares for 2013 Tour

Photography Exhibition

An exhibition that has drawn more than 60,000 visitors and garnered press on multiple continents will tour Italy and France in 2013, according to New York Institute of Technology Assistant Professor Charles Matz. He is the architect, media producer, and master planner for "Through My Window" (known as "De Ma Fenêtre" in France), an exhibition of digital C prints and watercolor photographs by the Korean artist Ahae on view this past summer at the Jardin des Tuileries at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. Matz designed a freestanding pavilion structure for the exhibition. Read more.

Nov 13 2012

SodaBIB Project Selected as Finalist for National Award

Congratulations to the NYIT architects working on the SodaBIB water bottle roofing project, which is a finalist for the U.S. Green Building Council's Volunteer Impact Award. "Like" their project on the council's Facebook page by Wednesday, Nov. 14 to make it a winner. Read more.

Oct 25 2012

View Photos of Through My Window Exhibition

Through My Window

NYIT Assistant Professor Charles Matz is the architect and master planner for "Through My Window," a traveling exhibition of work by Korean photographer Ahae. The exhibition's last destination was the Musée du Louvre in Paris, where it showed from June 27 to Aug. 26 in the Jardin des Tuileries. Its tour resumes in 2013 with stops in Milan and back to Paris. View photos of "Through My Window."

Oct 24 2012

Meet Meagen Carcano

Meagen Carcano

Meagen Carcano is the recipient of a 2012 Brendalyn Stempel Scholarship for outstanding interior design majors at NYIT. She is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers and the International Interior Design Association; has volunteered for the Feal Good Foundation, which helps first responders who were involved in the rescue and cleanup efforts of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks; and currently interns at MJG Architect in Rocky Point, N.Y. Read more.

Oct 23 2012

View Photos of Architect Preston Scott Cohen at NYIT

Architect Preston Scott Cohen

Members of the NYIT community attended an Oct. 18 Archtober lecture featuring award-winning architect Preston Scott Cohen, chair and Gerald M. McCue Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Cohen, who runs an architecture firm in Cambridge, Mass., has led the design of critically acclaimed projects such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. His recent work has included a glass canopy covering an 11,000-square-foot outdoor pedestrian arcade in Battery Park City, an addition to the Manhattan landscape that the New York Times likens to "something almost as inspired as the nave of a great Gothic cathedral." View photos of this event.

Oct 18 2012

NYIT Archtober Event Features Award-Winning Architect

Join NYIT's School of Architecture and Design for today's Archtober lecture featuring award-winning architect Preston Scott Cohen, 6:30 p.m., 16 W. 61st St., 11th floor, Manhattan campus. Cohen is chairperson and Gerald M. McCue Professor of Architecture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design as well as the principal designer for his namesake firm, Preston Scott Cohen, Inc., in Cambridge, Mass. R.S.V.P. to jmitchel@nyit.edu. Read more.

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