Wheelwright Prize Finalists’ Presentations

Wheelwright Prize Finalists’ Presentations

Hot & Wet: The Equatorial City and the Architectures of AtmosphereErik L'Heureux, Singapore Architecture and Conflict: Pre-cycling the CompoundMalkit Shoshan, Amsterdam On Movement: The Threshold and...
DDes 30th Anniversary Program, Academic Leadership: The Future of Design Research

DDes 30th Anniversary Program, Academic Leadership: The Future of Design Research

Since the founding of the DDes program, alumni have been cutting edge leaders in the academy, in industry, and in key government positions, leveraging...
DDes 30th Anniversary Program, Into Practice: Innovation, Creativity and Design Entrepreneurship

DDes 30th Anniversary Program, Into Practice: Innovation, Creativity and Design Entrepreneurship

Since the founding of the DDes program, alumni have been cutting edge leaders in the academy, in industry, and in key government positions, leveraging...
Gavin Shatkin, “Are Indian Cities ‘Global’?”

Gavin Shatkin, “Are Indian Cities ‘Global’?”

Lecture by Gavin Shatkin chaired by Rahul Mehrotra.Gavin Shatkin's research focuses on three closely related phenomena, all of which relate to the social, economic,...
Wheelwright Prize Lecture: Erik L’Heureux, “Hot & Wet”

Wheelwright Prize Lecture: Erik L’Heureux, “Hot & Wet”

Erik L'Heureux, 2015 winner of the GSD's Wheelwright Prize, presents insights from his two years of travel and research for his Wheelwright project, “Hot...