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Articles: Arts

Image of plans for Ford’s Michigan Central Park

Rendering courtesy of Mikyoung Kim Design

Arts

Landscape architect Mikyoung Kim’s healing arts

12.6.22

Landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom M.L.A. ’06

Landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom M.L.A. ’06

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

Lessons from Bangkok presented at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

2.1.23

A view of the conference from Western Avenue.

The "treehouse" conference center as seen from Western Avenue in Allston.

Rendering courtesy of Studio Gang

Unveiling a new conference center

12.14.22

blue skies and green fields and music center building

The music center, sited on a bucolic hill in Groton

© Photograph courtesy of Epstein Joslin Architects

A new regional music center opens in Groton, Massachusetts.

September-October 2022

Photo of Allyson Mendenhall outside

Allyson Mendenhall

Photograph by Jim Harrison

New Harvard Alumni Association president Allyson Mendenhall

September-October 2022

Anyeley Hallová

Anyeley Hallová

Photograph courtesy of Anyeley Hallová

How urban designer and developer Anyeley Hallová became a leader in sustainable development for social justice

8.9.22

Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the Holodomor Memorial

Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, at Field of Wheat, a Holodomor Memorial in Washington, D.C., in September 2021. 

Photograph courtesy of Larysa Kurylas

A Harvard graduate’s design of the newly relevant Holodomor Memorial in Washington, D.C.

7.28.22

Cruising on the schooner Argia 

Photograph courtesy of Argia Mystic Cruises

Visiting Mystic, Connecticut

July-August 2022

Design rendering of East Side Coastal Resiliency Project in New York City

Design renderings for the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project highlight its goals of physical and social resiliency: to protect citizens from floods and provide spaces to gather.

Project rendering by BIGNYC/Bjarke Ingels Group

A Design School class suggests how “social infrastructure” can meet societal needs.

July-August 2022