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Mark Jarzombek Interim Dean for the School of Architecture and Planning, MIT enters the structure at the Round Room Exhibit at the Keller Gallery. The exhibit was designed by Matter Design & Quarra Stone and will up from 9/12-10/15 2014.
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A video by Mark Jarzombek, the Interim Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning capturing the excitement and fun at the public opening of "Swing Time", an interactive playscape by Howeler + Yoon Architecture for the Massachusetts ...
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At the 2014 MIT Alumni Leadership Conference, provost and alumnus Marty Schmidt presented an update on the state of MIT, shared future plans for the Institute, and discussed new opportunities in higher education.
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Andres Kütt, an SDM alum, is the chief architect of Estonia's national IT architecture. This informal presentation, given at an SDM Business Trip luncheon focuses on issues surrounding IT architecture as it relates to challenges and con...
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Material/Immaterial In the lecture titled MATERIAL | IMMATERIAL, Vincent James will describe how VJAA works systematically and critically to contextualize their architectural projects and expand the range of possible design responses be...
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Creative Space This paper explores the pleonast "creative space," a suggestive if erroneous combination of words that has permitted the iconography of the artist's studio to become a primary marketing device for urban real estate while ...
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An interview with graduate student Philip Ewing who talks about how he decided to become an architect, his interest in the field of Computation and what winning the Robert R. Taylor Fellowship has meant to his life.
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The Spring 2013 shrinking cities studio BALTIMORE INVERSIONS questioned the current peculiar condition where urbanity is outmatched by reality. Taking a former petroleum refinery site whose owners themselves wish to invert the site’s his...
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The Spring 2012 shrinking cities studio examined the “privatopolis” of SAUGET, ILLINOIS. Directly across the Mississippi River from Eero Saarinen’s St. Louis Arch, Sauget embodies the multiple paradoxes of American urbanism: a municipali...
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On May 7, 2012 Andrew Zago and David Bergman spoke about the relationship between the disciplines of architecture, real estate development, and the condition of the shrinking city. Andrew Zago is principal at Zago Architecture and David ...
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