Seeing Plants in Our Future

At a warehouse next to the bustling Williamsburg Bridge, a new city is growing. It’s not a typical metropolis—there are no businesses, no laws, not even the steady beat of human activity—but it is alive, a thriving system. Huy Bui’s ... read more

Parsons-Designed Bins Collect More Than Trash

When it comes to garbage, the phrase “award winning” probably doesn’t spring to mind. For Anthony Deen, however, it just may. Deen is a graduate of Parsons’ Master of Architecture program and an instructor at the School of Art, Media, and ... read more

Princeton Review Verdict: Green to our Core

Just in time for Earth Day, The Princeton Review has listed our university in its “Guide to Green Colleges” for the second year in a row. Published for the last five years in partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council’s Center ... read more