Light shines on underpass makeover

A new tem­po­rary light instal­la­tion designed by School of Archi­tec­ture fac­ulty is part of a state trans­porta­tion project to trans­form a for­gotten piece of land under I-​​93 into a multi-​​modal link between two Boston communities.

The architecture of change

Build­ings are living organ­isms,” says world-​​renowned archi­tect Moshe Safdie, who dis­cussed his work on Wednesday at North­eastern. “As soon as you finish them, they’re bound to change.”

The art of entrepreneurship

Four stu­dents and alumni received Entre­pre­neurial Spirit Awards from the Col­lege of Arts, Media, and Design for chan­neling their cre­ativity and lead­er­ship skills through film, the­ater, music, and architecture.

Oil and urbanism in Baku

Ivan Rupnik, an assis­tant pro­fessor of archi­tec­ture, has con­ducted an archi­tec­tural study of the rela­tion­ship between oil and urbanism in Baku, Azer­baijan, the largest city on the Caspian Sea.

Shipping up to Boston

A daz­zling new Gallery 360 exhibit show­cases the clever, incred­ibly detailed work of Martin Ulman, which includes sculp­tures of sea­ships, space­ships and airships.

3Qs: The future of architecture

Xavier Costa, dean of Northeastern’s Col­lege of Arts, Media and Design, reflects on how glob­al­iza­tion, rapid urban­iza­tion and the expanding roles of tech­nology will shape the field’s rapidly changing landscape.