MIT has named its Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU) in honor of Norman B. Leventhal '38, a visionary developer and philanthropist at the center of Boston’s postwar revival.
MIT Names Center for Advanced Urbanism in Honor of Visionary Developer Norman Leventhal
Faculty, researchers, alumni, and graduate students represented in 10 exhibitions and pavilions, projects span five continents
A Robust Presence for MIT at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale
QS World University Rankings by Subject give top ratings to Institute
MIT named No. 1 university worldwide for architecture, No. 2 for art and design
This minor is a way for students who see the value of design as a means of approaching problems they normally encounter within their own major to receive a rigorous conceptual foundation along with a strong design skill set.
New Design Minor (D-Minor) to launch in Fall 2016
New publication featuring 10 years of DUSP studios, practica, and workshops.
Planning Practice: Studios + Workshops, 2005-2015