City and Regional Planning

City and Regional Planning students in Assistant Professor Erick Guerra’s recent studio in Queretaro, Mexico contributed to a winning proposal for the UN Habitat’s Globa

Maria Villalobos and Carla Urbina, Botanical Urban Landscapes of Maracaibo as Living Schools, recipient of the Venezuelan National Prize of Architecture

Landscape Architecture faculty member Maria Villalobos and partner Carla Urbina were unanimously awarded Venezuela’s National Prize of Architecture.

Assitant Professor Megan Ryerson recently won the Transportation Research Board’s 2016 Fred Burggraf Award. One of the highest honors presented by TRB, the international award recognizes the year’s best research paper by researchers 35 years of age or younger.

Within days of the presidential election, a publication entitled Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda began circulating online, eventually drawing attention from The New Yorker, NPR

Lisa Servon at a book talk for Unbanking America: How the New Middle Class Survives

On January 30, Assistant Professor of Architecture Daniel Barber is among the panelists talking about “

Clockwise from top left: Aki Sasamoto, A. Eugene Kohn, Dara Friedman, Steward Pickett, Carla Diana, Charles Renfro

Beginning Wednesday, January 18, PennDesign hosts more than 50 leading architects, artists, designers, planners, preservationists, and scholars in public lectures on the built environment and visual culture.

From Okran Telhan’s Designature

Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Orkan Telhan celebrates the publication of his new book Designature (Revolver Publishing) with a book release party on Friday, March 31 in Ne

Students work with community members to provide interactive input into the garden design during charrette

Social Impact Project team Serenity Soular is currently planning a garden work day event at the People's Garden the corner of 13th and Silver Street in North Philadelphia on Saturday March 25th from 10am-2pm.

In the first of a series of dialogues on equity presented this semester by the Department of City and Regional Planning, Professor

Erick Guerra, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, and

Professor of City and Regional Planning Lisa Servon was recenlty invited to talk about her new book,

Marcelo and Milton Roberto at the Edificio Marques do Herval, Rio de Janeiro, 1952; Photo courtesy Research and Documentation Center, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janiero

This winter, PennDesign faculty have been called upon by the media, cultural organizations and universities to share their expertise on topics from preservation in China to mid-century architecture in urban Brazil.