This program will be offered online!

This program has been converted to an online offering comprising two courses: ARCH 1110: Introduction to Architecture: Design Studio and ARCH 1300: An Introduction to Architecture: Lectures.

Featuring the same faculty and rigorous Cornell education as the on-campus version, this six-credit course will run June 22–August 4, 2020.

To enroll, review the course descriptions ARCH 1110 and ARCH 1300, read about online courses and follow the registration steps.

In addition, we are excited to announce a new online architecture course:

Please contact us if you have questions.

Read about Summer College and the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Henry Richardson

Professor, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cornell University

Henry Richardson is an award-winning professor of architecture in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning as well as a licensed architect, a nationally certified city and regional planner, and an international consultant. He currently serves as a faculty fellow on Cornell's North Campus.
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"Most people live in architecture. For me, architecture is more than a lifestyle. It is a passion, and I live it. To actively live architecture is to dare to imagine worlds beyond the norm and to find ways of translating them into concrete palpable form. In the words of William Arthur Ward , 'If you can imagine it, you can create it.' Moving continuously between the thresholds of imagination and creation, between the virtual and the real, is what living architecture is all about. I teach it, I research it in the Cornell CAVE (Computer-assisted Virtual Environment), and I practice it."
Luben Dimcheff

Assistant professor, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cornell University

Luben Dimcheff is an assistant professor of Architecture at Cornell and principal at Dimcheff Smith Studio in New York City, where he oversees design work in Mumbai, Sofia, and Rio de Janeiro. He has served as an adjunct assistant professor at the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons, where he taught in the graduate programs in Architecture, Interior Design and Lighting. Read more.