School of Architecture, Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Students: Luz Wallace, Runxue Guo, Zhen Bai, Kaixiang Zhang, Sirinya Wutthilaohaphan, Dian Luo Faculty: Meta Brunzman What if the design process is made by only the most powerful? vs What if the design process was democratized and open? How do we change the way we design […]
School of Architecture, Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Faculty: Ariane Lourie Harrison, AIA, PhD This presentation describes the design and development of a Pollinator’s Pavilion.
School of Information Faculty: Nancy Smith, PhD This presentation describes the development of a bee-house to provide shelter for solitary bees.
School of Architecture, Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment Faculty: Ira Stern This presentation describes the development of the Ashoken Rail Trail in New York State.
School of Architecture, Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment Faculty: Gita Nanden This presentation introduces the monk curriculum which is a framework where graduate and undergraduate studies share one common goal and collaborate exploring design’s response to climate change.
School of Design, Interior Design Faculty: Caleb Crawford This presentation is about the Extinction Rebellion affinity group at Pratt.
School of Design, Industrial Design Faculty: Hannah Berkin-Harper, Amanda Huynh, Swati Piparsania, Molly Roberts, Willy Schwenzfeier, Kevin Walz This presentation introduces some of the projects and approaches from Fall 2019 semester and how to plan to move forward in bringing sustainability into all parts of the curriculum. As the introductory course for students entering their career […]
School of Architecture, Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment Students: Dan Luo, Dehui Gomez, Jason de Guzman, Kushal Durai, Nick Kabbani, Sean Kunrong Li, Shabika Vidhya Sekha, Sunghwan Um This project is about mass timber construction and its benefits. Cross Laminated Timber is a lighter construction material, both time and cost-efficient, as well as […]
School of Architecture, Graduate Students: Zhixian Song, Jiaming Zhang Faculty: Alexandra Barker A 600ft vertical Waste to Energy Center is integrated with additional programs in a dense urban city. Waste is usually seen as imperfect and unwanted particles, this Waste to Energy Center celebrates the verticality of the chimney and the exposed machines. The project activates infrastructure […]
School of Architecture, Graduate Students: Teng Cai Faculty: Meta Brunzema All citizens – families, groups, or cultures – hope for equal opportunities to succeed, and enjoy their lives. However, as we pursue our goals, we often fight over resources and create conflicts. New York City is certainly one of the densest and most abundant cities in the […]
School of Architecture, Graduate Students: Samantha Lee Chan, Jonathan Hamilton Faculty: Alexandra Barker The aim of this project was to create a sense of approachability and curiosity of less glamorous operations of city living by exploring a condition where waste management infrastructure will coexist with the spaces we utilize. The narrow site located in lower manhattan […]