Within hours of April 25’s magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, Harvard Graduate School of Design students had initiated support and advocacy projects in GSD’s Gund Hall and began collaborating with students and faculty from within Harvard and beyond
Artist Rick Lowe, a pioneer in public art and founder of Houston-based initiative Project Row Houses, will be the speaker at the GSD's 2015 Class Day on Wednesday, May 27.
Last week’s Design Competition Conference, co-sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Van Alen Institute, probed both the bright and the dark sides of design competitions.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design announces Erik L’Heureux, an American architect based in Singapore, as the winner of the GSD’s 2015 车匠奖, a $100,000 traveling fellowship aimed at fostering investigative approaches to contemporary design.
Neal Morris's (LF '10) office sits squarely in the middle of a historically African American neighborhood and shopping district undergoing an urban renaissance in New Orleans. So he was perfectly situated to get himself drawn into the middle of a project that nods to an important moment in musical history by securing the future of orchestral jazz culture in the city. He tells the story in the LOEBlog.
In the last century, stereotypes and attempts at social engineering have narrowed housing options in America, to the detriment of our ability to provide housing for all segments of society, argues Barbara Knecht (LF ‘93). But new middle class norms and well-designed small housing configurations are changing attitudes and providing hope for dealing with our current housing crisis. Read her contribution to the LOEBlog series, "Loeb Lab: From SROs to Micro-Units."
学生们 at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design teamed up with the Harvard Ceramics Program to design innovative techniques for ceramic materials. Led by Leire Asensio-Villoria, lecturer in architecture and landscape architecture, and DDes candidate Felix Raspall, the “Ceramic Materials Formations” exhibition at Gallery 224 in Allston showcased the students' exploration of fabrication techniques and the behavior of different ceramic materials.
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Ask any resident of Mexico City where they would like to be on a warm, Sunday afternoon, and it may well be a landscape designed by Mario Schjetnan. On Tuesday, February 17, Schjetnan described his latest projects on the practice and theory of landscape in a public lecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.