School of Architecture
Historic Preservation
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

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

Graduating Students Exhibition

This program provides an opportunity for students to bring together an array of skills and knowledge to address a specific set of challenges based on New York neighborhoods and current historic preservation and community planning issues. The studio begins with classroom and field study and includes meetings with experts and community representatives. This provides a solid foundation for the second phase, in which the students work in teams under the guidance of an interdisciplinary group of faculty advisers to address the major preservation and planning issues that have been presented. The studio ends with students presenting their work to the public. In the fall, students partnered with the Land Use and Urban Design 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.

Sponsored 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:

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

Historic Preservation Studio, Mott Haven, Bronx, Fall 2017