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“Designing Architectural Research” is an Exhibition to celebrate the launch of two new Master of Science programs in the School of Architecture and Design at the New York Institute of Technology. Conceived by Dean Maria Perbellini and supported by a Grant from the IDC Foundation, the Master of Science in Architecture, Health and Design, and the Master of Science in Architecture, Computational Technologies have the ambition to immerse students in a transformative learning environment that advances new knowledge and innovation while blurring disciplinary boundaries and working across fields and expertise.
The Exhibition, co-curated by Tom Verebes and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, is organized in two sections classified respectively as Computational Technologies and Health & Design. The motivation of this exhibition is to mobilize the design research agendas of the two M.S. programs through the experimental work of 24 invited contributors, 12 for each section, engaged with specialized interests at the forefront of architectural and design practices. A variety of design research approaches involves analytical and synthetic modes of investigation, in open, exploratory milieus. As such, this group exhibition gathers thinkers and makers who are reconsidering conventions at the frontiers of their disciplinary practices.
Designing Architectural Research - Virtual Exhibition Opening and Discussion
New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Design
ARCH 502 THESIS STUDIO Spring 2020
MS in Architecture, Computational Technologies Program Pilot Studio
Informed Insterscalar Fluidity, Venice Biennale Installation, Assoc. Prof. Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, NYIT
SoAD with STUDENTS: Andres Carcamo, Brianna Lopez, Peter Leonardi, Alex Pannichela, Ari
Begun, Yemi Oluwayemi Oyewole, Karina Pena, Isaiah Miller, Ben Sather
Data, Matter, Design Edited by Marcella Del Signore (NYIT), Nancy Diniz (UAL) and Frank Melendez (CCNY) presents a comprehensive overview of current design processes that rely on the input of data and use of computational design strategies, and their relationship to an array of outputs. The discussion included Randy Deutsch (ICC), Jeremy Edminston (CCNY), Shwan Rickenbacker CCNY), Allen Sayergh (HGSD), Anthony Vanky (UM), and New York Institute of Technology faculty Mathew Ford (NYIT), Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa (NYIT), and Jason Van Nest (NYIT)
This is an experimental Thesis studio focused on analyzing, displacing and designing computational technologies as a pilot studio for the upcoming Master of Science in Architecture Computational Technologies
Design Innovation: Lecture by Areti MARKOPOULOU Academic Director, IAAC, Barcelona; Respondent: Pablo LORENZO-EIROA, Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Design, New York Institute of Technology
Blog | Sep 21, 2020
NYIT School of Architecture and Design has added two new master’s degree programs in the fall 2020 semester: architecture, computational technologies; and architecture, health and design. The programs will prepare graduate students for architecture careers of the future by introducing them to the advanced technologies used in design and building today as well as focusing on the latest approaches to well-being for a better quality of life and to health care spaces.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, NYIT School of Architecture & Design
has resoundingly joined together in a collective endeavor to make PPE
for hospitals and healthcare workers.
Imagine you can construct a house using a 3-D printer. With the site-specific adaptable 3-D printer you just might. The printer is designed by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, associate professor in NYIT School of Architecture and Design, and a team of architects at e(eiroa)-Architects.