The 2017 Loeb Fellows joined the studio trip to Brazil for Felipe Correa’s course São Paulo: the Rescaling of Rail Infrastructure and New Models of Domestic Life. Mark Lamster presents the trip in photos.
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This summer Doebele Fellows situated in government, museum and policy settings will be deepening their understanding of how urban farming, arts and culture, and socially responsible design can advance equity and justice. It’s the 4th year of the William A. … read more
GSD senior research fellow Susan Fainstein provocatively launched a midday conversation with 2016 Loeb Senior Scholar David Harvey, renowned theorist on the work of Karl Marx and capital's role in the formation of urban spaces and consciousness. Pointedly highlighting the … read more
"There's always an inflection point in exponential curves," 2016 Senior Loeb Scholar David Harvey explains, characterizing the ferocious rate of global-scale development as a mathematical principle. Exponential curves "dawdle along pretty mildly; they go up, go up, go up, then -- voom!" … read more
Join the ACT! Symposium at the GSD on April 16 and 18. ACT! is an event in three parts–Keynotes, Workshop, and Symposium–addressing the relationship between local communities, urban policy, and politics; more specifically, the implications of this relationship for design practice and … read more
Each spring the Loeb Fellows embark on an international study tour to exchange ideas with professionals and leaders in other countries. This year the Loebs traveled with a studio led by Diane Davis, Jose Castillo, Housing in Merida Yucatan: the urban and the … read more
International Women's Day with Women in Design On Tuesday, March 8, Women in Design convened the third annual celebration of International Women’s Day at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Learning from Practice Seminar Series The title of last week's seminar, Leading From All Sides: Unleash Your Personal Influence and Start Changing the World, signaled that this was not just another conversation about leadership roles and the qualities that create leaders. … read more
Euneika Rogers-Sipp helps Deep South communities with a rich agricultural heritage but persistent poverty transform to sustain a better quality of life for their residents. Her particular talent lies in helping communities recognize the value of their assets to uncover … read more
Janelle Chan found inspiration in the resilience and tenaciousness of Boston’s Chinatown community, which reclaimed a part of the city that had been taken away during urban renewal. She views herself as an enabler: helping residents keep their goals for … read more