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  • Architectural Impact

    04/04/2013
    The 2013 Landscape + Architecture Spring Lecture Series is introducing students to the work and experiences of eight practicing professionals.

  • Hand Meets Machine

    03/01/2013
    A new core curriculum in Architecture boldly recasts the relationship between drawing digitally and by hand.

  • Reconnecting Providence

    01/31/2013
    Architecture Professor Emeritus Friedrich St. Florian led an advanced urban design studio to reimagine a vital intersection of downtown Providence. 

  • Open Intro to Studio Life

    12/06/2012
    Prospective students visiting for Graduate Studies’ annual IN FOcus program respond especially warmly to Open Studios. 

  • Reimagining the Industrial Waterfront

    12/03/2012
    Graduate students are envisioning fantastical ways to reinvent the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a 300-acre site that was once America's leading naval shipyard.

  • Creating Communities in the Sky

    06/01/2012
    Architect and alumnus Kenneth Lewis BArch 83 brings his expertise about post-9/11 skyscrapers to the spring semester Tall Building Studio.

  • Poetics of Space

    05/14/2012
    This spring renowned public artist Kristin Jones 79 SC brings new explorations of space and time to an interdisciplinary studio offered through Architecture.

  • Design Treatments for Cancer Care

    03/08/2012
    Three recent RISD Architecture graduates help Memorial Sloan-Kettering envision potential solutions to more supportive patient care. 

  • Global Luminaries Honored at Commencement 2012

    03/05/2012
    At its June 2 ceremony, RISD will present honorary degrees to Japanese film animation house Studio Ghibli, writer-activist Rebecca Solnit and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Wang Shu, who will also deliver the keynote address.

  • Design that Does Good Best

    01/25/2012
    A new interdisciplinary studio co-taught by architect Lynnette Widder and architectural historian Ijlal Muzaffar culminated in a thought-provoking conference on architecture for the public good.

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