ARCHITECTURE, URBANISM & DESIGN

Stan Allen: Four Projects
Reviewed by Springer Link
Metropolis Nonformal
Reviewed by JAE Online
Constructed Ecosytems
Reviewed by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Expanded Field
Reviewed in Azure Magazine
Expanded Field
Reviewed by A Daily Dose of Architecture
Ganges Water Machine
Reviewed by The Architects Newspaper
Ganges Water Machine
ANTHONY ACCIAVATTI Interviewed in LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE
METROPOLIS NONFORMAL
Reviewed in LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE
YUL/MTL: Moving Landscapes
YUL/MTL by Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec, Sylvain Paquette and Patrick Marmen recieves CSLA Announces the Recipients of the 2016 Awards of Excellence
Zen Spaces in VICE Sports
Vinayak Bharne's Zen Spaces and Neon Places quoted in VICE Sports' "Will the 2020 Olympics Take the Fun Out of Japan?"
Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography
Featured on Harvard's website's news section, in Azure Magazine, in Arch Daily, and in several other publications.
From ArchDaily: "Ganges Water Machine: Designing New India’s Ancient River"
Few geographies in the world nurture such a rich and complex imaginary as the Ganges River Valley.
Rhode Island School of Design: Mystic River
A beautiful new book by architect Anthony Acciavatti BArch 04, a founding partner of Somatic Collaborative and Manifest: Journal of American Architecture and Urbanism, distills 10 years of his work exploring and documenting the River Ganges in India.
(Spanish) Forma y pedagogía: El Diseño de la Ciudad Universitaria en América Latina
Tenemos el agrado de presentarles el libro "Forma y pedagogía: El Diseño de la Ciudad Universitaria en América Latina", del diseñador, arquitecto y urbanista mexicano Carlos Garcíavelez Alfaro.
"Form and Pedagogy" released by Drucker recipient Carlos Garciavelez
Carlos Garciavelez (MAUD '12), recipient of the 2012 Druker Traveling Fellowship and lecturer in urban planning and design, culminated his research with the release of a book titled Form and Pedagogy: The Design of the University City in Latin America (ARD 2014).
Lauren W. Deutsch reviews "Zen Spaces and Neon Places"
Japanese Architecture and Urbanism: A Love Story
ArchDaily Juan Miró, FAIA, reviews "Mexico City: Between Geometry and Geography" by Felipe Correa and Carlos Garciavelez Alfaro
Making Complex Systems Visible: “Between Geometry and Geography” Carefully Uncovers the Layers of Mexico City
The Urban Vision Interviews Vinayak Bharne
Noted Los Angeles based Urbanist Vinayak Bharne’s latest book “Zen Spaces and Neon Places – Reflections on Japanese Architecture and Urbanism,” has been praised as “….easily the most enjoyable book on Japan in a long time…..”