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Jaime Stein

New York, NY, United States

Coordinator of Green Week

Member since February 29, 2008

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    • Danielle Dirr is a C40 Winner!!!! Bicycle Tree NYC is a cradle to cradle design for a bicycle rental kiosk in NYC.
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    • The Graduate School's Comprehensive Architectural Project Studio & Integrated Building Systems class submission, Community Natatorium is a C40 Winner!
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    • Master of Fine Arts Candidate, Andrea Reising is a C40 Winner for her Self Generation Corporation entry!!
  • To prepare for C40 Solutions a Global Sustainable Design Exhibition, Sustainable Pratt in collaboration with the Academic Director of Sustainability and Design 21,issued a call for entries to all Pratt departments.

    We received entries from Fine Arts, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Architecture, Digital Arts, Urban Design and City Planning. These entries can be viewed in detail at this blog and at the Sustainable Pratt website.

    Entries will be juried by Debera Johnson, Center for Sustainable Design Studies, Jacqueline Khiu, Design 21, Donna Moran, School of Art and Design, Tony Gelber, Facilities Director of Sustainability, and Green Week Keynote Speaker Paul Polak

    Winning entries will be announced at the beginning of Green Week's Keynote address, Thursday, March 27th at 6pm in Higgins Hall Auditorium.

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    Graduate Architecture and Urban Design students, Ana Celia Suriel and Judy Chung, submitted their Housing Studio Projects, Live,Work, Play. Students were asked to develop sustainable strategies for a housing project in Williamsburg,Brooklyn.

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    Master of Fine Arts Candidate, Andrea Reising, exhibits her Self Generation Corporation, meticulously hand-crafted electrical generators aimed at creating a self-sustaining energy consumer.

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    Architecture students Saro Gumusyan & Paul Stein have designed a Roofscape formed by skylight units with photovoltaic cells inserted betwenn units.

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    Danielle Dirr has utilized cradle to cradle thinking in Bicycle Tree NYC, a proposed design for bicycle rental Kiosks in NYC. Danielle's organic structure is inspired by the work of MIT designers and attempts to create a built environment that allows nature and man to co-exist

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    Urban Design students, Raphael Alba, Joanna Cuevas and Benjamin Keiser, envision a Harlem of the future, where renewable energy is generated locally.

    The students advocate using technologies which intertwine, re-circulating energy throughout the community like a heartbeat. Technologies include; hydrogen fuel, wind, aquaponics and oxygen extraction as local sources of filtration and solar energy.

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    From the Urban Design Program,

    • Graduate Students Melissa Schroder, Margot Walker, and Juliana Zambrano examine the challenges in planning for a carbon neutral city, in THIS IS NOT GARBAGE. This entry challenges the entire concept of "waste" and the infrastructure designed to "manage" it. The film was created to disseminate educational information concerning an integrated neighborhood-scale materials reuse and recovery program.

    • While Kurt Altschul, Sergio Espriella and Sanksshep Mahendra propose ways to mitigate the heat island effect in their film ENViHarlem: A New Landscape

My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design