The Energy and Environment program allows students to examine environmental issues related to the built environment, taking full advantage of courses and initiatives throughout the GSD and Harvard University. It is closely associated with the Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities, providing ways to couple theory with applied research. Examples of research topics include health, natural ventilation, advanced simulation and computation, and Artificial Intelligence.
Please visit the Energy and Environment website.
Martin Bechthold, Kumagai Professor of Architectural Technology
Richard T. T. Forman, Professor Emeritus, Advanced Environmental Studies in the Field of Landscape Ecology
Jose Luis García del Castillo y López, Lecturer in Architectural Technology
Jonathan Grinham, Lecturer in Architecture and Research Associate
Niall Kirkwood, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Technology
Toshiko Mori, Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture
Pablo Pérez-Ramos, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture
Abby Spinak, Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design
Sovereignty on Stilts: Drawing a Genealogy of Extra-Territorial Urbanization along the Mudflats of the Tropical Belt
by Gabriel Muñoz Moreno (MDes '17) and Santiago Serna Gonzalez (MDes '17)—Recipient of the Project Prize in…
Too frequently today's energy-efficient building designs fall far short of performance expectations. Yet, most building…