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Confronting Carbon Form, Embodied Carbon’s Complex Cousin
A recent exhibition at Cooper Union put forward a cogent definition of Carbon Form, our infrastructure’s deep indebtedness to extractive modes of production.
The Cooper Union Showcases Costantino Nivola’s Impact on New York City
New York is the home to the Italian sculptor's largest grouping of public artworks, with 21 pieces located across all five boroughs.
See the Thesis Projects of Liz Diller, Daniel Libeskind, and Other Cooper Union Grads at New Exhibit
Archive and Artifact: The Virtual and the Physical at the Cooper Union showcases physical drawings, models, and the school's growing digital archive of student work.
Design Earth’s Drawings Play With Iconic Designs While Pushing Architecture to New Scales
The firm's "Geostories" exhibition, which infuses architecture with geographic scales and ecological ideas, is on view at The Cooper Union.
Diane Lewis, Architect and Cooper Union Professor, Dies
Lewis, a design "dynamo" who combined practice and teaching, was a central fixture in the New York architecture community.