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Articles tagged Graduate School of Design

Brevia

Dunster House redesign, the University’s benefits costs, primate-care penalties, spatiotemporal thinking, and more
2.18.14

The Urban Landscaper

Michael Van Valkenburgh helps lead a second great age of city-making.
10.15.13

Liftoff

Details and analysis of the $6.5-billion Harvard Campaign
9.22.13

Vive Le Corbusier!

Eduard Sekler opened an exhibition on the architecture of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts with a talk on its architect.
4.5.13

A Community Innovation Lab

I-Lab students work in interdisciplinary teams to address urban and civic challenges in the Dudley and Upham’s Corner neighborhoods.
12.14.12

William Rawn: Patterns of Place

Architect William Rawn discusses “patterns of place” and their application to his design for the Cambridge Public Library.
8.22.12

Brevia

Harvard’s largest solar installation, edX develops, Drew Faust’s research becomes a TV program, the Gilgamesh sculpture, and more
8.17.12