Platform represents a year in the life of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Produced annually, this compendium highlights a selection of work from the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning and design, and design engineering. It exposes a rich and varied pedagogical culture committed to shaping the future of design. Documenting projects, research, events, exhibitions, and more, Platform offers a curated view into the emerging topics, techniques, and dispositions within and beyond the Harvard GSD.
In Setting the Table, the first student-led installment of the series, editors Esther Mira Bang, Lane Raffaldini Rubin, and Enrique Aureng Silva assemble a diverse body of work and cut it upreinterpreting, rearranging, and ultimately composing a poetry revealed in each retelling.
Published by Actar Publishers and Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
|Series:||Harvard University Graduate School of Design Platform Series|
|Edition description:||English ed.|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 10.40(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Esther Mira Bang is an architectural designer and pharmacist. She graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and is currently pursuing a Master in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Lane Raffaldini Rubin is an American architectural and landscape architectural designer. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with distinction in architecture and Italian Studies, where he was an Andrew W. Mellon fellow of the Penn Humanities Forum. He is currently pursuing the Master in Architecture and Master in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Raffaldini Rubin’s design work has been published and exhibited in KooZA/rch, Divisare, Platform, and other digital publications.
Enrique Aureng Silva is an architect. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in 2012 and has practiced architecture in Mexico and the United States ever since. Currently studying a Master of Design Studies in Critical Conservation at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, his research focuses on the intervention, transformation and reuse of historic buildings in Latin America, especially in post-disaster scenarios. He has expanded his academic interests into the editorial world, as co-editor in three Harvard GSD publications. When not thinking architecture or editing texts, he writes fiction in the form of short stories