Alumni in the News


Here is the February 2012 roundup of some recent news on Cooper alumni:
  • Andrew Geller (AR'47), who passed away in December, was remembered for his architectural ingenuity in the New York Times.
  • I-Beam, founded by Suzan Wines (AR'90) and Azin Valy (AR'90), turns discarded material into transitional structures for people who have lost their homes. The Pallet Houses were featured by Fast Company.
  • Bill Morrison's (A'89) scores to silent films are part of the 2012 New Sounds Live Silent Film Series and were featured onWNYC.
  • Lola Montes Schnabel (A'08) opened her solo shoe at the Hole Gallery on Bowery, which was covered by the New York Times.
  • The Type@Cooper type design program, led by alumni faculty members Alexander Tochilovsky (A'00), Cara Di Edwardo(A'85) and Juliet Shen (A'73), was featured on imprint
  • Emily Oberman (A'85) was named a partner at Pentagram and was profiled on Fast Company Design.
  • 285 Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn, designed by the late C.B.J. Snyder (AR 1881) was featured on Brownstoner.
  • Daniel Arsham (A'03) was interviewed by the New York Times on the sets he designed for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.
  • Greg Otto (CE'00) was profiled by the Beatrice Daily Sun.
  • The expansion to the military history museum in Dresden, Germany, by Daniel Libeskind (AR'70) was featured by theArchitectural Record.
  • The work of Tamar Zinguer's (AR'89) students in her Fall 2011 Advanced Topics class/Grad Seminar on Architectural Toys at Cooper Union to create toys for the blind was featured by the Architect's Newspaper.