Parsons the New School for Design
Last fall, Bjarke Ingels and Daniel Kidd led a Parsons M.Arch studio based on the HUD Rebuild by Design competition brief. In advance of next week’s unveiling of the final Rebuild by Design proposals, Kidd looks back at how the studio informed BIG’s early competition research and shares some of the students’ work.
The Omnibus Roundup — Change in Times Square, Preservation in the Village, Walking in America, Apps for Data, Policies for Transit, and Design for Revolution!
by Urban Omnibus • April 19th, 2012
TIMES SQUARE REVAMP What defines an edge condition? How is the street differentiated from the sidewalk? For the past couple...
by Sarah Snider • November 3rd, 2010
What do you want from your city’s soil? There are many homegrown and local agriculture ideas in Living Concrete/Carrot City, an exhibition currently on view at Parsons The New School for Design, and they’re worth a look. The projects range from farm visits for families to bodega research, education and...
by Laura Forlano • August 19th, 2010
Are we growing more than plants? This question — blown up in large pink letters on a white wall in...