Designer of the Louvre pyramid and the East Building of the National Gallery of Art left distinctive mark on MIT campus
Renowned architect I.M. Pei ’40 dies at 102
Designer of the Louvre pyramid and the East Building of the National Gallery of Art left distinctive mark on MIT campus
Renowned architect I.M. Pei ’40 dies at 102
Collaboration between Architecture's Sheila Kennedy and Engineering's Michael Strano could be at the center of new sustainable infrastructure for buildings.
Ambient plant illumination could light the way for greener buildings
Katie Fisher and Jonars Spielberg are among eleven grantees who will spend the 2019-2020 academic year pursuing research and teaching opportunities abroad.
Two DUSP students accept 2019 Fulbright Fellowships
Project will use new ways of collecting and analyzing data to make Stockholm more livable and sustainable.
MIT and KTH will collaborate on urban planning and development in Stockholm
In MIT talk, Beverly Daniel Tatum urges direct discussion about racial issues at a “polarized” moment in U.S. history.
Candid conversation about race
The 6th annual DUSPx event was hosted by Ambassador Paul Altidor SM ’04 and Meghan Altidor MCP ’04 at the Haitian Embassy in DC.
DUSPx DC celebrates DUSP community and impact
Machine learning can reveal optimal growing conditions to maximize taste and other features.
The future of agriculture is computerized
Their winning 2019 Hines Student Competition entry readies an urban space for the future while preserving the past.
Grad students win Urban Land Institute challenge
Seed fund will support venture-design education and entrepreneurship in the School of Architecture and Planning.
MET Fund launched to support MITdesignX
Assembled from tiny identical pieces, the wing could enable lighter, more energy-efficient aircraft designs.
MIT and NASA engineers demonstrate a new kind of airplane wing
New prize honors legendary developer and philanthropist Norman B. Leventhal.
Leventhal City Prize seeks to spark transformative urban design and planning approaches
MIT DUSP Professor Jennifer Light digs into the history of the idea that students aren’t part of the labor force.
3 Questions: Why are student-athletes amateurs?
Graduate student Dasjon Jordan brings neighborhood roots to urban planning.
Locally grown
Researchers design a negotiation strategy to help cities and organizations minimize losses when their data are held hostage.
Negotiating with infrastructure cyberterrorists
Media arts and sciences professor is recognized for a career of contributions to human-computer interaction.
Hiroshi Ishii wins Association for Computing Machinery SIGCHI Lifetime Research Award
Professor Judith Barry’s attention-grabbing installations create thought-provoking experiences for viewers.
Creating new spaces for art
Dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning will curate the global showcase for architectural work.
Hashim Sarkis named curator of 2020 Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition
Community-driven selection of project architect opens opportunities to imagine new life for historic building as future home for School of Architecture and Planning.
Met Warehouse renovation planning takes an exciting next step
Worldwide honors for 2019 span three MIT schools.
Times Higher Education ranks MIT No.2 in arts and humanities
SA+P will offer a new concentration to support collaborative doctoral-level studies in Advanced Urbanism, with applications being accepted in fall 2018.
A new doctoral concentration in Advanced Urbanism
Learn more about the SA+P community’s commitment to building a better world.
The MIT Campaign for a Better World
Former students remember the co-founder of Architecture’s History, Theory, and Criticism program for his scholarly excellence, leadership, and methodological approaches.
In Memoriam: Henry A. Millon, 1927-2018