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Learn in an Authentic Way – Cathedral Stone Workshop Recap

During a recent site visit in New York City, I encountered a unique learning opportunity. The building, adorned with several brownstones in need of repair, immediately caught my attention. Some stones were partially patched, revealing an inconsistency in the repair process – the cracks hadn’t been squared off properly, resulting in patches too thin to maintain their integrity. It was

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a red building with an oriental roof on the side

Chinese Architecture Exhibit at the MoMA

My internship and academic work are both significant on my journey to make a meaningful impact in sustainable design. Yet it is sometimes difficult for me to understand their relationship to each other. Renew, Reuse, Recycle: Recent Architecture from China at the Museum of Modern Art showed me how my internship work complements my studies in the Master of Architecture

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a large building with arched windows and people walking around

Henson Team Outing at the Polonsky Exhibition

The Henson team just visited the new Polonsky Exhibition of The New York Public Library’s Treasures for a fun fall outing! The exhibit features some of the library’s most remarkable manuscripts, artworks, recordings, etc. and is located in the beautifully restored Gottesman Exhibition Hall. In 2015, while working at another firm, Henson’s Associate Principal, Eric Hammarberg, was in the midst

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