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Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech


JAN 22 – MAR 11, 2018


Frida Escobedo (MDes ’12) to design 2018 Serpentine Pavilion


Harvard University Graduate School of Design alumna and 2018 Wheelwright Prize juror Frida Escobedo (MDes…


Announcing appointments of Jeanne Gang, Sharon Johnston, and Mark Lee as Professors in Practice of Architecture


The Harvard University Graduate School of Design is pleased to announce three appointments to the…

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Platform is the Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s annual compendium of select student work,…


By Jon Lott and John May


Monument studio asks: Which events are worth remembering for our time?


Fall 2017's The Monument studio, led by visiting critics Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein, aims to design…


Hirshhorn to restage iconic 1988 Krzysztof Wodiczko projection


The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden has announced a restaging of the iconic “Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.”…


Announcing the 2018 Richard Rogers Fellowship winners


Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) is pleased to announce the six winners of the…


The Forest for the Trees: exploring the unexpected interplay of art, history, and science at Harvard Forest


Taking a walk through Harvard Forest is like stepping back in time. Eighteenth century stone walls spotted…


What does freedom look like? What does it feel like? What does it sound like? These are the things our designers and artists do for us.


DeRay Mckesson, civil rights activist


Public Lecture Series


GUND Piper Auditorium


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by Zack Matthews (MArch '17) — Recipient of Faculty Design Award MArch II The purpose…


Student Portrait: Tanuja Mishra (MDes in Art, Design, and the Public Domain)


Tanuja Mishra received the Master in Design Studies in Art, Design, and the Public Domain in spring…


Retooling Metropolis: Working Landscapes, Emergent Urbanism


What is the status of the 20th-century metropolis? How do we rethink it (and retool…


Forward from Woodward: Planning New Growth along the American Rust Belt


by Jonah Susskind (MLA '17) — Recipient of ASLA Certificate of Honor and ASLA Certificate of…


The Harvard Graduate School of Design announces the opening of “WE ALL,” an inaugural design-build…


Riding the Rails: A Platform for Speculation on American Urbanization in the Age of High Speed Rail


by Melissa Alexander (MAUD '13) from the Prologue: Unlike the United States, riding a train…


The Graduate School of Design encourages students to create a more beautiful, just, and coherent world through the study of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning and design.


Material Processes and Systems Group debuts ceramic installation at Cevisama 2018


Faculty Present ‘Intermedia’ Approach to Urban Studies in Multi-City Exhibition

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