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PLATE 01 The first volume of PLATE, a publication of architecture studio work and essays from the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University.
Impact of the AAP Annual Fund AAP students and faculty share how gifts to the AAP Annual Fund have made an impact on them.
Oculi, City of Dreams 2018 Winning Installation Oculi, the winner of the 2018 City of Dreams competition, opens on Governors Island during the annual Figment event on June 23–24, and will be in place through fall 2018. The installation, crafted of disused grain silos, was created by ...
Dan Kaplan: Urban Alchemies: Repair and Transformation 2018 L. Michael Goldsmith Lecture featuring Dan Kaplan
"How to build in the city? That's what this talk is about," said Dan Kaplan (B.Arch. '84), who gave the annual L. Michael Goldsmith lecture at AAP NYC in April. Kaplan is ...
Nicolás Robbio: Estudios de Tensión The symbolic world created by Nicolás Robbio is made up of diagrams, technical drawings, and architectural elements. Isolated, juxtaposed, or reassembled, these elements suggest different forms of the perception and reading of representational systems. This exhibition presented a site-specific installation ...
Dragon Day 2018 Highlights Highlights of the Dragon Day 2018 parade.
video / Andre Hafner, Director of AAP IT Solutions
Green Streak 2018 Green Streak, another tradition during the week leading up to Dragon Day. First-year architecture students run through campus alerting all that the dragon will be arriving soon. video / Andre Hafner, Director of AAP IT Solutions
Dragon Day 2018 event ...
Anthony Vidler: The Invention of an Architectural Pedagogy: Austin, Cambridge, Ithaca On March 23, 2018, Anthony Vidler, former Cornell AAP dean and historian and critic of modern and contemporary architecture, discussed the teaching, writing, and practice of John Shaw, architecture faculty member from 1962 until his retirement in 1995. Jerry Wells, ...
Rand Hall Restoration The external egress stair tower added to Rand Hall in 1968 was torn down this weekend. When completed in 2019, the project will have restored the structure to its original transparency and massing.
Project details: https://aap.cornell.edu/about/campuses-facilities/ithaca/mui-ho-fine-arts-library/project-details
Clay Non-Wovens Clay Non-Wovens is a project and paper by David Rosenwasser (B.Arch. '18) and Sonya Mantell (B.Arch. '18) created in associate professor Jenny Sabin's Special Topics in Construction: Digital Ceramics class. Ceramics were created by the robot arm, "Sulla." The paper ...

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