Architecture and Urban Design LAB

Professor: Mitchell Joachim

Teaching Assistant: Sam Galison

Sam Freeman, Justin Kim, Rayne Holm, Beau Peregoy, John Russell Wooley, Lindsay Chan, Alena Field, Dylan Butman, Laura Seach, Emma Goode, Michael Storm, Amanda Lee, Brendan Ward

Last semester, students in the Architecture and Urban Design LAB were asked to look at sires in New York City affected by the life, work and legacy of Robert Moses. Through original research and investigation of the socio-political-ecological concerns of each site, students were asked to create an evolving set of visual tools for communicating their design ideas and solution. This work is the culmination of an intensive, semester-long practice of academic inquiry and physical craft.