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Vinayak Bharne edits journal on URBAN INFORMALITY

Adjunct Associate Professor Vinayak Bharne, in his capacity as Executive Editor of the India/Netherlands urbanism quarterly My Liveable City, has produced a special January-March 2019 issue on the theme of "Urban Informality." Featured topics range from temporal markets and street art, to case studies of spontaneous habitats and slum upgradation projects in Venezuela, India, Bangladesh, Russia and The Netherlands. READ MORE

A study of the work of USC Professor Emeritus Ralph Knowles

Harvard University and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) carried out a study of the work of USC Professor Emeritus Ralph Knowles and have crafted a very powerful short book titled, “The Natural Forces Laboratory: Ralph Knowles and the Instrumentalized Studio,” by Andrew Witt and Christopher Reznich. READ MORE

Balancing the Conceptual and The Actual; A Studio Snapshot of Preliminary Research Office

Yaohua Wang and his studio, Preliminary Research Office, are featured in a recent Archinect Studio Snapshot. READ MORE

The winning green team: How USC is working to be a powerhouse in athletics sustainability

Esther Margulies shares insight with the Daily Trojan about sustainability efforts at the Coliseum. READ MORE

Hall of Fame Honoree Patrick Tighe Favors Lines that are Fluid, Organic and Sculptural

Patrick Tighe is featured in Interior Design following his induction into the Interior Design Hall of Fame. READ MORE

Christ & Gantenbein and Bureau Spectacular named best architecture studios at Dezeen Awards

Joanna Grant’s studio Bureau Spectacular received Dezeen’s Emerging Architect of the Year Award.

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Sentient Office Buildings Adjust to Workers' Personal Comfort and Well Being

Joon-Ho Choi and graduate students are featured in a recent Voice of America segment about smart building technology.

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Lake Lazarus: the strange rebirth of a Californian ecosystem

Alex Robinson’s new book, The Spoils of Dust: Reinventing The Lake that Made Los Angeles, receives a positive review in Nature. READ MORE