“Emerald Networks,” the newest exhibit at Northeastern’s Gallery 360, offers a look at the history of park systems in five U.S. cities and how present-day needs are affecting open space development and use.
Experts from academia and the public and private sectors converged at Northeastern for a daylong symposium focused on how to design sustainable cities for the future.
Northeastern’s second Open Lab Experience, held Monday, highlighted work by architecture students and faculty.
At the national convention for professional architects in May, the School of Architecture will be featured in a video for its dedication to urban innovation and sustainability.
Program helps low-income earners and the elderly figure out their 1040s, for free.
Who decides what gets built in cities? Both in the U.S. and around the world, it’s up to governments, planning agencies, and community groups. But how it all works—and the outcomes—vary widely. These issues will be discussed today at a Northeastern-sponsored conference, “Public Participation and Design in Contested Cities Since the 1960s.” Here, George Thrush, professor and director in the architecture school, discusses public influence in the approval process for new development—and how it might be transformed in the future.
President Obama and Republican leaders recently agreed to extend, for two years, tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of this month. The agreement would lower payroll […]
Urban architects must consider questions beyond the narrow confines of design to be truly effective, says professor