Harvard Graduate School of Design

Exhibition: Grounded Visionaries: Pedagogy and Practice Introduction
Exhibition: SOM Prize and Travel Fellowship Award in Architecture, Design & Urban Design, aerial view of model

The Harvard Graduate School of Design ("The Harvard GSD") is a professional graduate school at Harvard University, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The Harvard GSD offers masters and doctoral programs in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, and interdisciplinary design studies. Complementing this academic mission is a robust calendar of public lectures, awards, architecture exhibitions, and design research initiatives that exemplify the school as cultural institution.

The Harvard GSD is recognized as one of the world's top design schools, and is consistently ranked number one in North America. The Harvard GSD has over 13,000 alumni and has graduated many famous architects, urban planners, and landscape architects, including five Pritzker Laureates. The school also offers the Loeb Fellowship Program representing the broadest spectrum of design practitioners from architects and landscape architects to journalists, public artists and affordable housing developers. Numerous Loeb Fellows are engaged in AAO activities and can be followed on the LOEBlog online.

Membership Category: 
Organizational Member
Address: 
48 Quincy Street
Gund Hall Suite 422
Cambridge,  Massachusetts  02138
United States
Founding Date: 
1936
Number of Employees: 
51-200 employees
Programs: 
Dedicated Programming Space
Design Competitions
Exhibitions
Film Screenings
Grants
K-12 Design Education
Lectures/Public Programs
Publications
Scholarships/Fellowships