Students launch website with lessons learned during H+U+D city seminar in Rio—06.22.15
Students from the H+U+D sponsored city seminar, “Cosmopolitan Urbanism: Rio de Janeiro,” created a website that explore the uneven ways in which urban development proceeds through international and universalist models. The course was taught by Daniel Barber, Assistant Professor of Architecture in the School of Design, and John Tresch, Associate Professor in History and Sociology of Science in the School of Arts and Sciences. Students and faculty traveled to Rio over spring break and visited a number of buildings and sites to explore the richness and diversity of the city. The website expands the experience into an atlas of the buildings and sight along with commentary created by the students. Click her to visit.