Opinion: The writer and historian Mario Carpo makes a plea for architectural history, albeit one more sensitive to our times.
Professors at Parsons, Princeton, Yale, and MIT are using a platform called Are.na to help students collaborate without judgment and create in the public eye.
The temporary pirate shiplike school, spearheaded by local firm Raumlabor, provided a delightful hodgepodge of serious academia and public programming.
The Rochester Institute of Technology’s senior studio Metaproject is a lesson and exercise in market reality.
A breakaway chapter of the American Institute of Decorators decided to popularize and define the new role of "Interior Designer."
NCARB's Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) aims to shorten the road to licensure. Five school heads discuss how it's changing architectural education.
So says Leslie Speer, the head of MICA's new product design program.
I decided to study architecture to help improve the conditions of my city and country. However, after arriving at university, I quickly realized that humanity was far from the focus of my studies.
In revisiting the speculative proposal, pupils at the School of Architecture at Taliesin strive for avant-garde status without the aesthetic trappings of “Mr. Wright.”
Apprentice, resident, and practitioner for two decades at Taliesin West, Vern Swaback explores how the site's past and future are intertwined.
William Lim, an architect and Cornell grad, and furniture designers Lim+Lu create multifunctional pieces for a new Cornell studio space in Manhattan.
The student-designed desert shelters at Taliesin West, which began in 1938 with John Lautner's lean-to and continue today, provide a window into architecture's evolving relationship with the natural environment.
Parsons School of Design and AARP's "Disrupt Aging Design Challenge" asks students to design solutions for older clients. Camila Chiriboga's winning design helps blind wearers navigate the world, fashionably.
This year's ICFF was exceptional in quality and range. These ten booths (plus two student-run booths) stood out from the rest.
We speak to the leaders of a new program at RIT that is focused on educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the field of three dimensional graphic design.
Students and teachers from El Salvador will unveil new tools for ethical coffee collection at this month’s ICFF in New York.
For the past 13 years, Wilsonart has been hosting student chair design competition to challenge students to create a unique design.
Lewis, a design "dynamo" who combined practice and teaching, was a central fixture in the New York architecture community.
Columbia University's radical experiments of the late 1960s were tremendously successful in recruiting and retaining minority students. Can we apply them again today?
Many colleges are working to be more inclusive, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.