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M Arch I students Sarah Ahmad and Mahesh Mistry received the AIA New York State John A. Notaro Memorial Scholarship honorable mention award for their spring 2017 studio project. The scholarship recognizes projects addressing the theme of “Experimentation: Where is the Profession Going?” Ahmad and Mistry’s design, “CSBH, the Urban Village,”...

The City University of New York

 •  November 1, 2017

Jeff Levine B Arch ’75, chair of Levine Builders, is featured in a Real Deal interview as part of a new Q&A series with New York City construction leaders. Levine shares fond memories of his years at City College in the Curry Garage and discusses how his firm came to focus on affordable housing. His company has completed more than three dozen...

The City University of New York

 •  September 8, 2017

A four-person team of graduate architecture and landscape architecture students won the first Honorable Mention in Archstorming’s summer 2017 international competition Unbuild the Wall. Their proposal, ACROSS | CRUZAR, transforms the US-Mexico border wall at Nogales into a social and cultural hub and stretches the footprint of the border into a...

The City University of New York

 •  September 1, 2017

Christine Facella MLA ’17 Christine Facella MLA ’17 is a winner of a 2017 American Society of Landscape Architects Student Honor Award for her project “Forests on the Edge: Plant-Based Economies Driving Ecological Renewal in Haiti.” Using Haiti as a prototypical case-study, the project investigates the utilization of live fences as a catalyst for...

The City University of New York

 •  June 29, 2017

PLOT Volume 6: Cloud Student editors from MLA class of 2018: Anna Ceraulo Jalazo, Robynne Heymans, Kate Jirasiratham, Kenia Pittman, Sarah Toth Featuring curated submissions by students, faculty, artists, and practitioners, Volume 6 explores the theme of CLOUD. The content is developed by the second-year MLA student editorial board in...

The City University of New York

 •  June 13, 2017

Professor Marta Gutman has been recognized on an international level for her urban history, A City for Children: Women, Architecture, and the Charitable Landscapes of Oakland, 1850–1950 (University of Chicago Press, 2014). The Society of Architectural Historians awarded the book the 2017 Spiro Kostof Award, given to interdisciplinary studies of...

The Spitzer School congratulates the class of 2017! On June 2, nearly 100 graduates were awarded degrees of Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, and Master of Urban Planning. Continuing students winning awards and scholarships were also recognized at a separate...

Alternative Development Models for Emerging Economies 05. 08. 2017 Many emerging nations, particularly those least developed, lack basic critical infrastructural services—affordable energy, clean drinking water, dependable sanitation, and effective public transportation, along with reliable food systems. Many of these countries cannot afford the...

Uziel Crescenzi Uziel Crescenzi (class of 2019) is a student in the MLA I program. Why did you choose SSA?
SSA offered me a chance to study landscape architecture in the city I call home. Being at City College for part of my undergrad education, I was already familiar with the campus and area. Where are you from?
I am from a neighborhood in the...