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Lantern Ridge House / Studio MM Architect

13:00 - 19 March, 2016
Lantern Ridge House  / Studio MM Architect, © Brad Feinknopf
© Brad Feinknopf

© Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf +18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Kerhonkson, NY, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    Studio MM Architect
  • Area

    2200.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Brooklyn Garden Studio / Hunt Architecture

11:00 - 18 March, 2016
Brooklyn Garden Studio / Hunt Architecture, © Brian Ferry
© Brian Ferry

© Brian Ferry © Hunt Architecture © Hunt Architecture © Hunt Architecture +16

US Land Port of Entry / Snow Kreilich Architects

13:00 - 17 March, 2016
US Land Port of Entry / Snow Kreilich Architects, © Paul Crosby
© Paul Crosby

© Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby +22

AD Classics: Kings Road House / Rudolf Schindler

04:00 - 16 March, 2016
AD Classics: Kings Road House / Rudolf Schindler, © Joshua White
© Joshua White

Secluded behind a screen of tall bamboo shoots in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, the Kings Road House may be considered the first home ever built in the Modernist style.[1] Designed by Rudolf Schindler in 1921, the architect’s use of tilt-slab concrete construction (highly innovative at the time) and an informal studio layout, set it apart from its contemporaries; indeed, the design would set the tone for other Modernist residential design for decades.

© Joshua White © Luke Fiederer Courtesy of Flickr user John Zacherle Courtesy of Flickr user collectmoments +10

Film: Jens Jensen The Living Green

19:13 - 15 March, 2016
Film: Jens Jensen The Living Green

In the documentary Jens Jensen The Living Green, filmmaker Carey Lundin explores the innovative ideas of Jens Jensen to make the modern city livable for all. Jensen was a pioneering conservationist, creator of the Prairie Style in landscape architecture, and considered “dean of landscape architects.” Following the screening, Lundin discusses Jensen's activism and relevance today. 1.5 LU (AIA) / 1.5 CM (AICP) / 1.5 PDH (ASLA)

Dallas Architecture Forum Presents "Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods"

18:53 - 15 March, 2016
Dallas Architecture Forum Presents "Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods", Nan Ellin, Dean of the College of Architecture, Planning & Public Affairs at UTA Will Moderate "Village Redux" on March 22. Photo Courtesy of Nan Ellin
Nan Ellin, Dean of the College of Architecture, Planning & Public Affairs at UTA Will Moderate "Village Redux" on March 22. Photo Courtesy of Nan Ellin

Dallas Architecture Forum, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing public education about architecture, design and the urban environment, will continue its 2015-2016 Panel Discussion Series on March 22, 2016 with “Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods,” moderated by Nan Ellin, Founding Dean of the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Dallas Architecture Forum Presents Architect Marc Fornes

18:49 - 15 March, 2016
Dallas Architecture Forum Presents Architect Marc Fornes, Vaulted Willow Public Art Pavilion, Edmonton, Canada by Marc Fornes who will address the Dallas Architecture Forum on March 29. Photo Courtesy of the Architect.
Vaulted Willow Public Art Pavilion, Edmonton, Canada by Marc Fornes who will address the Dallas Architecture Forum on March 29. Photo Courtesy of the Architect.

Dallas Architecture Forum, a non-profit organization for everyone interested in learning about and improving the architecture, design, landscape and urban fabric of the North Texas region is pleased to continue its 2015-16 Lecture Season with award-winning architect Marc Fornes. He is the founder of THEVERYMANY™, a New York-based studio engaging Art and Architecture through systematic research and development into applied Computer Science and Digital Fabrication. Fornes creates complex, curvilinear self-supported structures located in France, Canada and the United States. His work is in the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France and in many private collections. He has created private residences and Pop-Up stores for such well-known designers as Louis Vuitton and Irene Neuwirth.

The Shape of the Future City: A Conversation with Carlo Ratti and Natalie Jeremijenko

18:28 - 15 March, 2016
The Shape of the Future City: A Conversation with Carlo Ratti and Natalie Jeremijenko

The advancement of contemporary technology is changing the way we study the world around us. The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed, along with the tools we use to envision and impact their physical form.

These new technologies allow us to understand the built environment differently. The city is no longer a static collection of built objects, but can instead be understood as a series of social, environmental, and informational networks. Can we this new knowledge to positively impact the city of the future? Can these technologies allow us to rectify the mistakes of the past? What new possibilities exist within their creative use?

Exhibition: Understanding Place: Seven Years Researching Dhaka, Bangladesh

16:00 - 15 March, 2016
Exhibition: Understanding Place: Seven Years Researching Dhaka, Bangladesh, Photo credit: AdamElsteinPhotography
Photo credit: AdamElsteinPhotography

UNDERSTANDING PLACE showcases selections from a seven-year long rich investigation that capture the essence of Dhaka’s extreme wet-dry climate flux in a totally immersive atmospheric experience. Lit by an 8’ tall rear projection screen of audio-video captured footage, a narrated mind-map floor animation, an illuminated wall of colorful photographs, and LED monitor slide-shows of student projects, the visitor is invited to meander through four zones identifying the architectural design process: observation, data collection, analysis, and proposals.

Billings Public Library / will bruder+PARTNERS

13:00 - 15 March, 2016
Billings Public Library  / will bruder+PARTNERS, © Bill Timmerman
© Bill Timmerman

© Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman © Bill Timmerman +28

  • Architects

  • Location

    Billings, MT, United States
  • Project Team

    Will Bruder, Design Lead; Richard Jensen, Project Manager / Partner in charge; Kent McClure, Project Architect; Ethan Lay-Sleeper, Andre Bighorse, Elizabeth Reiter, Eric Vollmer, Marjorie Whitton
  • Area

    66725.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

CHS FIELD / Snow Kreilich Architects

09:00 - 15 March, 2016
CHS FIELD  / Snow Kreilich Architects, © Paul Crosby
© Paul Crosby

© Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby © Paul Crosby +20

  • Architects

  • Location

    360 North Broadway Street
  • Design Team

    Julie Snow, FAIA & Matthew Kreilich, AIA, LEED AP
  • Area

    347000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Designing A Place for Inventing the Future: The MIT Campus, Then, Now, Next

16:00 - 14 March, 2016
Designing A Place for Inventing the Future: The MIT Campus, Then, Now, Next

This two-day symposium is co-sponsored with the MIT 2016 Committee and the MIT Department of Architecture. It will examine architecture and cultures at MIT and their influences on education and student life on campus. Speakers, including David Adjaye and Hashim Sarkis, will explore the prescient design of the original buildings and the interdisciplinary, innovative research that they fomented, as well as imagine the teaching and maker spaces of the future.

House on Solitude Creek / Robert Gurney Architect

15:00 - 14 March, 2016
House on Solitude Creek  / Robert Gurney Architect, © Anice Hoachlander
© Anice Hoachlander

© Anice Hoachlander © Anice Hoachlander © Anice Hoachlander © Anice Hoachlander +22

  • Architects

  • Location

    6937 Pea Neck Rd, St Michaels, MD 21663, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    Robert Gurney
  • Project Architect

    Kara McHone
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Fishers Island House / Resolution: 4 Architecture

13:00 - 12 March, 2016
Fishers Island House  / Resolution: 4 Architecture, © RES4
© RES4

© RES4 © RES4 © RES4 © RES4 +25

  • Architects

  • Location

    Fishers Island, NY, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz
  • Area

    4469.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond

16:00 - 11 March, 2016
A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond, Sou Fujimoto. House N, Oita, Japan. 2006–08. © Iwan Baan
Sou Fujimoto. House N, Oita, Japan. 2006–08. © Iwan Baan

A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond focuses on the work of architects and designers orbiting Pritzker Prize winners Toyo Ito and SANAA. MoMA’s first presentation dedicated solely to Japanese practitioners, the exhibition spotlights a small cluster of contemporary Japanese architects working within the larger field, exploring their formal inventiveness and close professional relationships to frame a radical model of practice in the 21st century.

Educator Workshop: Capturing the Art in Landscape Architecture

17:38 - 10 March, 2016
Educator Workshop: Capturing the Art in Landscape Architecture, Teachers construct model buildings featuring sustainable components. Photo by Kevin Allen
Teachers construct model buildings featuring sustainable components. Photo by Kevin Allen

Investigate the relationship between landscape architecture and visual arts and explore how to use landscape architecture to teach interdisciplinary lessons. Discover the work of landscape architecture firm Oehme, van Sweden & Associates in the exhibition The New American Garden, visit a nearby site designed by the firm, and create a photographic artwork of your own.

National Building Museum Talk: Luminous Landscapes - Photographs by Alan Ward

17:33 - 10 March, 2016
National Building Museum Talk: Luminous Landscapes - Photographs by Alan Ward, This black-and-white photograph, Sunrise over East Lawn taken at the Miller House and Garden in Columbus, Indiana emphasizes the design of the landscape using light, tone, and contrast. Photo by Alan Ward
This black-and-white photograph, Sunrise over East Lawn taken at the Miller House and Garden in Columbus, Indiana emphasizes the design of the landscape using light, tone, and contrast. Photo by Alan Ward

Alan Ward, FASLA, masterfully uses the photographic process to see and interpret the essence of designed landscapes. In this program, he describes his process for capturing space, texture, bright light, and dappled shade in mostly black-and-white images, challenging us to see landscapes with new eyes. This talk complements the exhibition Luminous Landscapes: Photographs by Alan Ward, which will be open to attendees prior to the program. 1.5 LU (AIA) / 1.5 CM (AICP) / 1.5 PDH (LA CES)

National Building Museum Talk: Re-Ball!

17:19 - 10 March, 2016
National Building Museum Talk: Re-Ball!

Re-Ball! is an open design competition to turn 650,000, 3-inch, white, translucent plastic balls into a site-specific installation in the Dupont Underground’s 14,000-square-foot east platform. The balls were previously part of the National Building Museum’s blockbuster summer destination The BEACH. Be the first to see the winning design team's concept before Re-Ball! opens to the public in May. For more information, visit go.nbm.org/reball. 1.5 LU (AIA)