School of architecture

School Notes: School of Architecture
January/February 2020

Restorative justice

Space for Restorative Justice, a new book copublished by the School of Architecture and not-for-profit Impact Justice, gathers the 58 student projects completed as part of the school’s Fall 2018 second-year core studio. Students were tasked with designing spaces purpose-built for community restorative justice practices while working with not-for-profits in Bridgeport, Middletown, and New London, Connecticut. The student projects in the book are accompanied by short essays on criminal justice reform and the architecture of community. 

Experimental exhibition

garden—pleasure, the current exhibition at the School of Architecture, serves as an accelerator for interactions between the Yale and New Haven communities. Originally shown as part of Artspace New Haven’s City-Wide Open Studios, the show is organized around three “seasons”—flood, emergence, and low water—each featuring a roster of collaborating artists from around New Haven working across media including literature, performance, and visual art. garden—pleasure, presented by Carr Chadwick ’17MFA, Ian Donaldson ’18MArch, and Daniel Glick-Unterman ’17MArch, runs through February 8.

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