School of architecture

Summer program in archival research

The School of Architecture launched its third June study program this summer, an addition to two existing programs—on drawing in Rome and urban design in Sweden—open to students entering their final year of study. The program in archival research is based in Madrid at the Norman Foster Foundation. Students examined the foundation’s architectural archives at the building, designed by Norman Foster ’62MArch, who also designed Apple Park in Cupertino and the Yale School of Management’s Edward P. Evans Hall, among many other structures. 

Professor named USA Fellow

Professor Keller Easterling has been named a 2019 USA Fellow by United States Artists. This fellowship is awarded annually to the most compelling artists working and living in the United States and is awarded across multiple disciplines, including architecture and design. Easterling is a leading theorist of architecture, urbanism, and the built environment; her work evaluates the political and social consequences of infrastructure and spatial policy-making. She contributed to the US Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale with Many, a set of investigations that continued in Spring 2019 as a seminar on global migration.

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