Changes to Weitzman Operations Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dean Steiner addresses the Weitzman community following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week.
“The challenge to architects is to operate at scales greater and smaller than that of the building,” says Dubbeldam in a wide-ranging interview.
HEPA air filtration and hard surfaces may be in demand, according to Winka Dubbeldam, Miller Professor and chair of architecture.
Paul Farber, senior research scholar at the Center for Public Art and Space, calls on residents to begin recovery efforts for "the lifeblood of our city."
Eugenie Birch, Nussdorf Professor of Urban Research and Education at Weitzman, talks about the unmet need for more well-integrated public spaces.
Weitzman Lecturer Keith VanDerSys is among the educators surveyed about the challenges of the transition to online learning for designers.
Lum, who is the Marilyn Jordan Taylor Presidential Professor and chair of fine arts, moves beyond the conventional equestrian statue.