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School of Architecture and Planning

MIT established the first Department of Architecture in the nation. Still pioneering, the School of Architecture and Planning leads explorations of the human environment through programs focusing on both design and policy. The School's also at the forefront of new technology, with electronic studios revolutionizing architectural and planning practice.

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Architecture Studios

Recent renovations to the architecture studios allow you to glimpse both the work and the workers. Pay attention - you might be witnessing the early work of a visionary who'll challenge notable alums like Cass Gilbert, Class of 1880, who designed the U.S. Supreme Court building; I.M. Pei, Class of 1940; and Charles Corrrea, Class of 1955.

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