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A film by well-known Swedish photographer and filmmaker Vincent Skoglund provides a view into a computational design studio that is part of AAP's professional Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) core curriculum.
From the Ordinary to the Extraordinary features Bike + Station: A State-of-the-Art Bicycle Station, Recreation Center, Playing Fields, and Café Bar, Jenny Sabin and Martin Miller's fall 2016 Core Design Studio III that focused on relational and ecological design thinking through interpretive, analytical, programmatic, and generative uses of digital media. In the studio, students explore the dynamics of form through the program of a bicycle station sited in the historic Navy Yard of Philadelphia. Also featured in the film is work by HANNAH, the firm of Visiting Critic Leslie Lok and Associate Professor Sasa Zivkovic with Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory; as well as work from Zivkovic's 2016 option studio Villa Additiva and thesis work by Christopher Battaglia (M.Arch. '16).
Cornell's professional Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) program uniquely engages global practices through a foundation in making and conceptual thinking. Its close community of talented and dedicated students and faculty work together to push the boundaries of the discipline.
The fully accredited M.Arch. program is a three-and-one-half-year course of study dedicated to preparing graduate students from diverse backgrounds for careers in architecture. The M.Arch. program is open to applicants possessing a four-year bachelor's degree in any discipline.