Sep 8, 2021
Architecture Lecturers Featured in Dezeen Magazine For The Completion of the Veil Craft Installation Project
Architecture Lecturers Jennifer Ly and James Leng have worked extensively with recent CED Alumni to complete the temporary Veil Craft Installation Project located on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles, CA. This unprecedented pocket park opened its doors on
Sep 2, 2021
SFMOMA Exhibition: Drawing the Line: Rael San Fratello at the U.S.-Mexico Border
Much like the policy and geography that define it, the line drawn between Mexico and the United States is malleable, literally shifting with time. Architecture firm Rael San Fratello has spent over a decade questioning the idea of the border and focusing
Sep 2, 2021
New faculty, hired in clusters, to address global issues, equity, justice
Five new faculty members at UC Berkeley this fall hail from disparate U.S. states, academic disciplines and personal backgrounds. But they’re already forming a team partnered around one critical global issue — climate equity and environmental justice —
Aug 18, 2021
GROUND UP JOURNAL RELEASES ISSUE 10: BREATHE
Throughout a year of pandemic, protest, fire, smoke, and insurrection, through challenges of remote collaboration, isolation, and burnout, Ground Up has curated a journal of personal reflections, scholarship, poignant critique, art, and joyous expression.
Aug 12, 2021
Ronald Rael’s ‘Reunite’ Featured in an art exhibition at Root Division
Ronald Rael, chair of Berkeley’s Department of Architecture, and his partner, Virginia San Fratello, are showcasing their billboard “Reunite” (2018) at the " I AM...," exhibition at Root Division.