PRATTUA

New York City

Frederick Biehle will be making a presentation, the Re-Invention of Public Housing, to the New York City Housing Authority directors and staff. It will include the work of his last three fall semester studios from Pratt Institute dedicated to the transformation of the superblock housing concept, so universally excepted and implemented in post-war America and now universally acknowledged as an urban failure.

Anna Dwyer and Siman Huang

Anna Dwyer and Siman Huang

Brooklyn, NY

Frederick Biehle will be introducing and moderarting a panel at the symposium In Search of African-American Space to be presented at Pratt Institute's School of Architecture, Higgins Hall Auditorium.

The Symposium is being coordinated with the summer studio he is offering called Museum of Conscience: Locating the Underground Railroad.

InSearchofAfrican-AmericanSpaces

New York City

Frederick Biehle’s400 level options studio from the Pratt UG Architecture program, called the Reinvention of Public Housing, has work included in an exhibition organized by Mattias Altwicker and Nicolas Bloom of NYIT entitled “Affordable Housing in New York: The People, Places, and Policies That Transformed a City.” Hunter College East Harlem Gallery at Silberman School of Social Work.

The exhibit is coordinated with the release of their book of the same name, and will be at Hunter College’s East Harlem Gallery, in the Silberman School of Social Work on East 119th Street and Third Avenue. 

Michael Rosen and Yuli Huang Project for the Ingersol/Whitman Houses

Michael Rosen and Yuli Huang Project for the Ingersol/Whitman Houses

Rosario, Argentina

Erika Hinrichs, Chair of Undergraduate Architecture at Pratt Institute, accompanied the travel studio headed by Guilermo Banchini to Argentina. While there she was invited to lecture at theNational University of Rosario, School of Architecture, Planning and Design. She spoke about  PEDAGOGY AND PRATT INSTITUTE. 

Rosario, Argentina

Rosario, Argentina