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Architecture Immersion Studio

at Pratt Institute - Clinton Hill
200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11205

This architectural fundamentals course is taught by the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design faculty; and is geared toward professionals and students interested in attending graduate architecture school.  Through a series of studio sessions, lectures, and technical workshops, the studio introduces students to a series of design approaches...


16 sessions

Wednesday Jul 5th, 2pm


Pre-College Architecture & Interior Design

at Ashcan Studio of Art - Murray Hill
45 E 34th St 4th Fl, New York, New York 10016

This course is an introduction to designing interior and exterior spaces, using conceptual approaches to design problems and solutions. You'll learn about rendering, materials, methods, and techniques, as well as color theory. Learned techniques and materials are applied to structural drawings, plans, and elevations. At Ashcan....YOU Can  Q&A...

Friday Jun 30th, 10am


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Introduction to Interior Design

at New York School of Interior Design - Upper East Side
170 E 70th St, New York, New York 10021

This course is intended for people who are considering a career in interior design. It provides a broad introduction to the profession and an overview of the education and requisite skills. The emphasis of this course is residential, a branch of interior design that typically includes specialties such as kitchens, bathrooms, home offices and custom...


6 sessions

Monday Sep 11th, 2pm

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Building the Brooklyn Bridge: An Epic for the Age

at New York Institute of Technology - Upper West Side
1855 Broadway, New York, New York 10023

Though it was not the first suspension bridge with wire cables, cable stays, stiffening trusses, masonry towers, and anchorages, its great main span (nearly 1,600 feet) and use of steel (rather than iron) for the wire cables, suspenders, and superstructure ushered in a new age of steel construction. The same year the Brooklyn Bridge was completed (1883),...

Friday Jul 7th, 9am


Biophilic Design: Where Health and Sustainability Meet

at Pratt Institute - West Village
144 W 14th St, New York, New York 10011

“We only sustain what we love.” This course builds on our innate human spatial preferences, their origins, purpose, and relevance for designers in meeting today’s environmental and health challenges. It explores the science, building blocks, patterns, and elements of biophilic design, where the experience of physiological well-being reveals itself...


2 sessions

Saturday Jul 15th, 9am


Basic Rhino Workshop

at e+i Studio - Lower East Side
2 E Broadway #906, New York, New York 10038

This course delivers a concise introduction to rhino and an overview of fundamental skills for creating and editing geometry. Requirements: No prior knowledge required Course Topics: Overall familiarity with the Rhino interface An introduction to Rhino geometry types Essential skills for creating and editing geometry Precision modeling using...


2 sessions

Tuesday Jul 18th, 6:30pm

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Fundamentals of Sustainable Design Construction

at Baruch College - CAPS

This course is an introduction to the field of Sustainable Design, Construction and Development for designers, builders and owners. It explores underlying issues as they impact the built environment, current green building practices, and emerging trends in the field.  The class covers guidelines and rating systems including LEED; government initiatives,...


8 sessions

Monday Jul 10th, 6pm

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Intro to Landscape Design

at New York Botanical Garden - Midtown
20 W 44th St, New York, New York 10036

Gain an introduction to the terminology, concepts, and basic principles of landscape design through lectures and simple two-dimensional exercises.  This course is recommended for students with little or no background in design who want to design for their own home or who are considering a Certificate.


3 sessions

Thursday Jul 20th, 6:15pm

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Design for Good (Ages 14-17 yrs)

at 92nd Street Y - Upper East Side
1395 Lexington Ave, New York, New York 10128

Bring your ideas and passions to this intensive class and discover how design can make the world a better place. We’ll dive into the design process and explore how graphic designers, architects, engineers and more are improving lives across the world through their innovative ideas. Students will then work on their own ideas through brainstorming,...


3 sessions

Wednesday Jul 5th, 9:30am


Teens College: STEMnicity - Engineering & Architecture

at Queensborough Community College - Bayside
222-05 56th Ave, Bayside, New York 11364

Part of STEM and STEAM involves where we live, how we live and who builds the places we call work and home. Learn the process of designing a house from the site plan to the final detail of the finished structure.  You will learn what it takes to draw the site map using the civil engineering scale, and study important design factors. For example;...


20 sessions

Wednesday Jul 12th, 9am


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Othmar Ammann and the Great Gray Bridge

at New York Institute of Technology - Upper West Side
1855 Broadway, New York, New York 10023

The George Washington Bridge across the Hudson River in New York City was the most important bridge of the 20th century; not because it ended the island of Manhattan’s isolation from the rest of the continent forever (it did just that), but rather because it would enable all the “unbridgeable” water gaps—from San Francisco Bay to the Mackinac...

Friday Jul 14th, 9am


Spanning the Golden Gate

at New York Institute of Technology - Upper West Side
1855 Broadway, New York, New York 10023

It was the bridge that could not and should not be built. The Golden Gate Strait was too wide and treacherous, the fog conditions were abominable, and even if you could build a bridge, the next big earthquake would just bring it all crashing down. The odds were against it, but fortune favors the bold so it was that a bold man with a bold plan to build...

Friday Jul 28th, 9am


Introduction to Architecture Mediums

at Pratt Institute - Clinton Hill
200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11205

The Pratt Institute Department of Graduate Architecture and Urban Design will hold an optional two-week intensive digital design workshop for students entering the fall 2017 Master of Architecture Program.  These sessions are primarily intended to give students a foundation in the tools and techniques which will benefit them in their future design...


10 sessions

Monday Aug 7th, 9:30am


Grasshopper Workshop

at e+i Studio - Lower East Side
2 E Broadway #906, New York, New York 10038

This course provides an introduction to parametric modelling with Grasshopper. Build various parametrically responsive systems and explore generative design with grasshopper Requirements: Basic familiarity with Rhino Course Topics: Grasshopper components and Interface Managing data Essential concepts Creating parametric assemblages Patterning...


2 sessions

Tuesday Jul 25th, 6:30pm

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Woolworth Building: Cathedral in the Clouds

at New York Institute of Technology - Upper West Side
1855 Broadway, New York, New York 10023

The creation and opening of the Woolworth Building in April 1913 was one of the greatest accomplishments of the pre-WWI “Progressive Era” in the United States. The building not only had to be the tallest, but also the most recognizable and distinguished in its architectural design and features, both inside and out. It was a celebration of capitalism...

Friday Jul 21st, 9am