With the Master of Architecture program (M.Arch) celebrating a decade at Wentworth, we look at a moment from the past year that demonstrates both the program’s meticulous dedication to design, in addition to its playful side.
Student Tyler Nguyen, B.S.Arch ’18, M.Arch ’19, designed a board game entitled “For Ages 1 to 99: Finding a Child’s Play in Everyday Objects.” The game was played by students and faculty as part of Nguyen’s thesis presentation. Among those pictured with Nguyen are Associate Professor Antonio Furgiuele, Spring 2019 thesis advisor, and Adjunct Professor JP Allen, independent thesis advisor, B.S.Arch ’99.
A commemoration of the program’s 10 years was coordinated on October 18 and 19 in conjunction with the Office of Alumni and Donor Relations. Events featured keynote speakers, the “Innovation by Design” student work exhibition, an alumni reunion, and tours of the newly renovated Center for Applied Research, a student-focused collaborative environment for investigating emerging fabrication technologies and methods.