Architecture - Innovation

"Ways of Seeing" project documents endangered Afghan heritage sites through digital imaging, virtual reality, and hand-drawn professional renderings. The shrine of Khwaja Abu Nasr Parsa is a spectacular mosque in Balkh, Afghanistan. Also known as the "Green Mosque" due to the brilliant color of its tiled and painted dome, the intricately decorated building dates to the 16th century.

Campus - Architecture - Jun 2

"We are proud to be doing this work, and we hope you will join us." Evoking the historic impact that the late urban planners and MIT faculty Tunney Lee and Mel King had on the city, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu challenged the 2023 graduates of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) to remember to put people first throughout their careers.

Monograph, a startup founded by MIT alumni, helps architecture firms manage projects and design better buildings.

When Carie Penabad, associate professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture, and her husband Adib Cúre, also an associate professor in the school, designed a company building in southwest Guatemala, they brought in volcanic stones from a nearby river to pave the adjacent gardens.

Video uses art to envision a different world, fight social inequality. Today, the International Day of the Worker, wealth inequality in the United States is higher than in any other rich country in the world.

Once University of Michigan student Meghana Tummala returned from Mexico City after a study abroad trip in May 2022, she began to draw. She created an architectural diagram to document everything she had just witnessed.

Miho Mazereeuw, an architect of built and natural environments, looks for new ways to get people ready for natural disasters.

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