Architecture in New York
If you've always had a passion for architecture, then look no further! Learn about how this world renowned city was shaped by its iconic architecture and what it takes to become a professional in the field!
Architecture Course for teens in New York
Residential Tuition :
Extended Commuter Tuition:
June 18, 2023 June 30, 2023
July 2, 2023 July 14, 2023
Fordham University - Manhattan
Fordham University - Lincoln Center
Are you considering a career in architecture or design? Are you working on your college application and portfolio? Or are you simply curious about what it is like to be an architect? The Summer Springboard architecture course for high school students introduces architectural ideas, design principles, and methods of exploring problems of the built environment in a collaborative studio setting. While working on a design project you will learn about the academic path to an architectural degree, the day-to-day work of an architect, and the career opportunities.
Meet your instructor
Architecture Cooper Union
Guido Zuliani is an architect and an educator. He graduated summa cum laude from the Università IUAV di Venezia in the summer of 1980. In 1982 he became a registered architect. In the fall of 1985 Mr. Zuliani moved to New York and began to teach at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union where is he currently a Distinguished Professor in Architecture. At Cooper Mr. Zuliani has taught Design Studios, Architectural History, and Seminars in the Theory and History of Architecture.Learn more
Topics you'll explore
At the New York campus, excursions could include a tour of the iconic Chrysler Building or more modern creations such as 4 Times Square, a green-design building constructed in 2000 by Fox & Fowle, known for their sustainably designed buildings, or the World Trade Center Transportation Hub (commonly known as the Oculus) recognized for its symbolism and physical complexity.
This past summer excursions included touring and meeting with architecture studios like KPF Architects, known for working on projects such as the EDGE in NYC, The World Bank Headquarters in DC, among others. Students also had an opportunity to meet with Obra Architects, Transsolar, and Bone/Levine Architects.