Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

17:00 - 13 April, 2016
Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School / Studio Twenty Seven Architecture, © Hoachlander Davis Photography
© Hoachlander Davis Photography

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Building on the Built - Talks to Coincide with an Exhibition of Work by Jonathan Tuckey Design

16:57 - 13 April, 2016
Building on the Built - Talks to Coincide with an Exhibition of Work by Jonathan Tuckey Design

A series of talks focused on the theme of ‘Building on the Built' hosted by Jonathan Tuckey Design and which the studio hopes may start an on-going conversation about the opportunities and problematics of architectural interventions within existing structures.

Sketching the City: Architectural Drawing

16:51 - 13 April, 2016
Sketching the City: Architectural Drawing

This 4-session class is an introduction to architectural free-hand drawing through lessons at the Center and on-site sketching exercises outdoors.

Topics will include sketching building façades, basics of perspective drawing, and techniques for showing light, shadow and rendering building materials. This class is open to the general public - no previous drawing experience necessary. (Ages 16 and up)

Dallas Architecture Forum Presents "The Social Impact of Greening the City"

16:39 - 13 April, 2016
Dallas Architecture Forum Presents "The Social Impact of Greening the City", Don Gatzke, Professor & Former Dean of UTA School of Architecture will moderate "The Social Impact of Greening the City" Panel Discussion for the Dallas Architecture Forum
Don Gatzke, Professor & Former Dean of UTA School of Architecture will moderate "The Social Impact of Greening the City" Panel Discussion for the Dallas Architecture Forum

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 Tuesday, April 19, 2016 with “The Social Impact of Greening the City” moderated by Donald Gatzke, who served as Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Arlington from 2004 through 2014 and is now a Professor at the university on the faculty.

AIA Names 10 Best US Houses of 2016

15:35 - 11 April, 2016
AIA Names 10 Best US Houses of 2016, Custom Housing: Hog Pen Creek Retreat; Austin, Texas / Lake|Flato Architects. Image Courtesy of AIA
Custom Housing: Hog Pen Creek Retreat; Austin, Texas / Lake|Flato Architects. Image Courtesy of AIA

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected ten recipients for the 2016 Housing Awards. The AIA’s Housing Awards program, now in its 16th year, was established to recognize "the best in housing design and promote the importance of good housing as a necessity of life."

The 2016 AIA Housing Award recipients include: 

Double Stick / Studio Pali Fekete architects

13:00 - 10 April, 2016
Double Stick / Studio Pali Fekete architects, © Roland Halbe
© Roland Halbe
  • Architects

  • Location

    Beverly Hills, CA, United States
  • Architect

    Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA, Studio Pali Fekete architects [SPF:a]
  • Area

    5000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

© Roland Halbe © Roland Halbe © Roland Halbe © Roland Halbe +16

Colorado Outward Bound Micro Cabins / University of Colorado Denver

11:00 - 8 April, 2016
Colorado Outward Bound Micro Cabins / University of Colorado Denver, © Jesse Kuroiwa
© Jesse Kuroiwa

© Jesse Kuroiwa © Jesse Kuroiwa © Jesse Kuroiwa © Jesse Kuroiwa +30

AIA Convention 2016

10:40 - 7 April, 2016
AIA Convention 2016, AIA Convention 2016 is the architecture and design event of the year. Imagine what can happen!
AIA Convention 2016 is the architecture and design event of the year. Imagine what can happen!

AIA Convention 2016 is the architecture and design event of the year.

A provocative lineup of celebrity speakers. An awe-inspiring array of tours, parties, exhibitors, seminars, and more. All happening in a legendary American city known for attitude, passion and perspective.

Uptown / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects

13:00 - 6 April, 2016
Uptown / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects
Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects

Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects Courtesy of Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects +26

OMA Reveals Plans to Redevelop Washington DC's RFK Stadium Campus

12:35 - 6 April, 2016
OMA Reveals Plans to Redevelop Washington DC's RFK Stadium Campus, "Stitch" Layout. Image © Robota
"Stitch" Layout. Image © Robota

Two conceptual plans designed by OMA have been unveiled for the redevelopment of Washington DC's 190-acre Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) Stadium-Armory Campus site. Released by Events DC, the official convention and sports authority for the District of Columbia, the phased design concepts aim to "leverage the District's waterfront, provide neighborhood serving amenities and connect the current site with increased and sustainable green space, flexible recreational fields and natural access to pedestrian-friendly paths."

Living Small: Ideas for Living in the City

16:18 - 5 April, 2016
Living Small: Ideas for Living in the City, Living Small Exhibit graphic by Leah Vendl
Living Small Exhibit graphic by Leah Vendl

As Seattle grows, how can housing design keep pace with the evolving ways we are living in cities? Is small housing a viable option? Can smaller spaces make for better living? This exhibit by 2015 Emerging Professionals Travel Scholarship Recipient Garrett Reynolds, explores micro-living spaces in dense urban environments in Copenhagen, New York, Stockholm, and Tokyo.

Urban Housing Forum: Room for Growth

16:16 - 5 April, 2016
Urban Housing Forum: Room for Growth, 2016 Urban Housing Forum graphic by Leah Vendl
2016 Urban Housing Forum graphic by Leah Vendl

The Urban Housing Forum will examine how housing design and policy can serve as catalyst for livability and quality of place in an increasingly dense city. The full day program will include presentations on innovative projects, regulatory and development strategies and an investigation into housing’s unique and significant role in shaping individual lives, a sense of community and the overall design of a city as well as a panel on “What Will Make Seattle a Model City?”. In addition, our keynote speaker will be David Baker FAIA, LEED AP of David Baker Architects.

Lawrence Public Library / Gould Evans

09:00 - 5 April, 2016
Lawrence Public Library / Gould Evans, © Tim Griffith
© Tim Griffith

© Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith +26

AIA Awards 4 US Projects Research Grants

14:00 - 4 April, 2016
AIA Awards 4 US Projects Research Grants, Courtesy of American Institute of Archtiects
Courtesy of American Institute of Archtiects

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has selected four projects for its Upjohn Research Initiative, a joint program of the College of Fellows and the Board Knowledge Committee to support knowledge sharing between practitioners and academicians. "The purpose of this grant, now in its ninth year, is to provide base funds for applied research projects that advance professional knowledge and practice," says the AIA. "The 18-month long project grant qualifies recipients to have their findings and outcomes published both electronically and in a nationally distributed publication." Read on for more on each project. 

Viral Voices V: Architecture in Motion

12:15 - 4 April, 2016
Viral Voices V: Architecture in Motion

The panel will explore architecture through media in motion. It will look at how the field has evolved in the social media age, through the introduction of various technologies such as film and virtual reality, and business models, such as crowdsourcing. Viral Voices V will look at architecture as the intersection of environment, technology, and design, and how it will influence the new careers of tomorrow.

Art Deco Project / Aranda Lasch

09:00 - 4 April, 2016
Art Deco Project / Aranda Lasch, Courtesy of Aranda Lasch
Courtesy of Aranda Lasch
  • Architects

  • Location

    Miami’s Design District, Florida, United States
  • Client

    MDDA (Miami Design District Associates) David Gester, David Holtzman, Craig Robins
  • Executive Architect

    SB Architects
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of Aranda Lasch

Art Deco Project / Aranda Lasch Courtesy of Aranda Lasch Courtesy of Aranda Lasch Courtesy of Aranda Lasch +16

Frank Gehry and Paul Goldberger in Conversation

18:00 - 2 April, 2016
Frank Gehry and Paul Goldberger in Conversation , Frank Gehry, photo by Alexandra Cabri
Frank Gehry, photo by Alexandra Cabri

The National Gallery of Art, Washington, in collaboration with the Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies (FAPE), will host a public panel discussion about the life and work of architect Frank Gehry. Mr. Gehry will join Paul Goldberger, architecture critic and author of Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry, in conversation with moderator Harry Cooper, curator and head of modern art at the National Gallery of Art.

Platform 8: An Index of Design & Research

19:04 - 1 April, 2016
Platform 8: An Index of Design & Research, Harvard GSD. Platform 8: An Index of Design & Research.
Harvard GSD. Platform 8: An Index of Design & Research.

Platform 8 catalogs a curated selection of work generated in the past year at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Alongside final products of design education, Platform 8 places particular emphasis on collecting and documenting the people and artifacts that shape research-driven design practices. Here, design is presented both as process and as a final product. Indexical structure, punctuated with a collection of portraits, presents a comprehensive picture of the school. Platform 8 shows the intention, direction, and passion seen and experienced every day at the GSD.