Architecture Students Conquer the Big Apple

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Studio, classroom, and office space in Manhattan is home to Syracuse Architecture NYC, an exciting new program that taps into the resources of one of the great design centers of the world.

Modeled on the School of Architecture’s successful study abroad programs in Florence and London, the semester-long New York City program offers budding architects many rich opportunities to learn from some of the world’s best architects, and to take studio courses that focus on contemporary architectural and urban design issues unique to New York City.

The launch of this distinctive and rigorous program was made possible through generous support from Newmark Knight Frank Global Real Estate Advisors, Steelcase, Stephen Killcoyne ’86 of Allen + Killcoyne Architects, and SU trustees Judith Greenberg Seinfeld ’56 and James D. Kuhn ’70, G’72.