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TREC Newark Housing Authority / ikon.5 architects

© Jeffrey Totaro© Jeffrey Totaro© Jeffrey Totaro© Jeffrey Totaro+ 16

Teachers Village / Richard Meier & Partners

© Paul Rivera© Paul Rivera© Paul Rivera© Scott Frances+ 27

Biotrial North American Headquarters / Francis Cauffman

© Chris Cooper© Chris Cooper© Chris Cooper© Chris Cooper+ 17

D.O.T.T.I.E. - NJIT Solar Decathlon China 2017 Exhibition

NJIT's Solar Decathlon Studio will be hosting a gallery exhibition showcasing drawings and 3D models of D.O.T.T.I.E. (Digitally Operated TecTonic Integrated Environment), a single-family, sustainable house that integrates the digital and the analog, local traditions and global considerations, and designers from the U.S. and China. The house, a modular structure that can be digitally fabricated, is inspired by Chinese vernacular architecture and will accommodate four generations. The design will be judged in July after the house is built in Dezhou, China.

Exhibition: The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe

The Newark Museum presents The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe, featuring large-scale, site-specific installations, sculptural works and works on paper by internationally known multi-media artist Gabriel Dawe. Born and raised in Mexico City and now based in Dallas, Dawe creates site-specific environments from colored thread that explore connections between textiles, architecture and the human body. For The Shape of Light, he will create two temporary large-scale installations, Plexus no. 30 and Plexus no. 31, which will engage with the Newark Museum's historical architectural spaces, taking over the main galleries for the run of the exhibition.

230 Halsey Street / Richard Meier & Partners

© Steven Sze
© Steven Sze

Courtesy of Richard Meier & Partners© Steven SzeCourtesy of Richard Meier & Partners© Steven Sze+ 12

Virgin Atlantic EWR Clubhouse / Slade Architecture

Courtesy of Slade Architecture© Tom Sibley© Tom Sibley© Tom Sibley+ 13

  • Architects: Slade Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  500
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2012

NJIT Spring 2013 Lecture Series

The Spring 2013 Lecture Series at the College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) at NJIT (New Jersey Institute of Technology) began this month with Kathryn Dean’s talk and will conclude on April 18th. This semester, the series, which is free and open to the public, will feature Jonathan Massey, Nataly Gattegno + Jason Johnson, Tony & Margaret Santos, Ken Greenberg, Alan Organschi, and Axel Schmitzberger as keynote speakers. The concluding event is an AIA-endowed lecture by Will Bruder, which is also a part of the annual Design Showcase event. As part of the series, on March 6, CoAD will host a Spring Symposium on “Distributed Intelligence” sponsored by AIANJ. Lectures are Mondays at 5:30pm in Weston Lecture Hall unless otherwise noted. For more information, please visit here.