2018
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School of Architecture
City and Regional Planning
CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING MS AT PRATT SHOWS: DESIGN
May 11–16

ARC Building
Pratt Brooklyn Campus
200 Willoughby Avenue

Pratt Shows: Design
Open to the public:
Friday, May 11–Wednesday, May 16, 9 AM–9 PM

Reception for alumni and industry professionals:
Thursday, May 10, 6–9 PM
RSVP

Reception for graduating students and families:
Tuesday, May 15, 12–2 PM
No RSVP required

Graduating Students Exhibition

This course combines basic principles and practices of city planning and urban design to a specific topical project. Physical, social, economic, cultural, and political factors are considered in order to produce a workable plan and viable design. Projects are selected from actual planning/design situations in urban and/or regional contexts and require documentation and development strategies for political discourse. In addition to typical studio work, there are lectures, site visits, written reports, and input from officials and community representatives. In the fall, students partnered with the Historic Preservation Studio and South Bronx Unite, a grassroots environmental justice and neighborhood advocacy group, to create an interdisciplinary set of planning and preservation recommendations aimed at protecting homes, health, and history in Mott Haven.

Supported by South Bronx Unite

Pratt Shows: Design is the Institute’s annual exhibition of design work by exceptional seniors and postgraduates from the Schools of Design, Architecture, and Art. The exhibition provides an opportunity to see a diverse range of what’s next in:

Advertising
Architecture
City and Regional Planning
Communications Design
Construction Management
Facilities Management
Fashion
Graphic Design
Illustration
Industrial Design
Interactive Design
Interior Design
Jewelry Design
Package Design
Sustainable Environmental Systems
Urban Design
Urban Placemaking and Management

Work by students in Fundamentals Studio, MS in City and Regional Planning, fall 2017