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"Build Smart" Podcast Debuts April 12

Architects Patrick MacLeamy, FAIA, and Mark R. LePage, AIA, host the new “Build Smart” podcast. Debuting April 12, this 14-episode series is based on MacLeamy’s Book, "Designing a World-Class Architecture Firm."
The podcast will discuss recession-proofing tips derived from MacLeamy's 50-year career at HOK. Topics will include:
• Creating a Recession-Proof Firm
• Leading vs. Managing, Structuring the Firm Around Specialized Leaders
• Capitalization: Outside Investors, Working With Banks
• Diversification: Division Launches, Mergers, Acquisitions
• Reclaiming Company Culture, Positive Peer Pressure
• Confronting Crisis
New episodes will appear every Monday through July 5. For more information, visit https://gablmedia.com/show/buildsmart/

MATTER, METABOLISM, MEMORIES

Exploring urban cultural ecologies, systems and new spatial practices - from one form to another.

Neighborhoods Now Summit: Strategies for Reopening and Recovery (Part 2)

Join us for the two-part Neighborhoods Now Summit: Strategies for Reopening and Recovery, a culminating event bringing together working groups and their community partners to reflect on this six-week initiative and how collaborative design informs our neighborhood recovery strategies.

Neighborhoods Now Summit: Strategies for Reopening and Recovery (Part 1)

Join us for the two-part Neighborhoods Now Summit: Strategies for Reopening and Recovery, a culminating event reflecting on how collaborative design can inform neighborhood recovery strategies.

Spitzer Virtual Summer Show

The Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at CCNY is hosting a virtual summer show on 27th May at 6pm to celebrate the work of students and faculty during this past academic year. Hosted by the Summer Show Team, the hour-long event will feature video footage; the launch of the school’s new publication, Antidotes, a joint student-staff-faculty initiative; prizes and retirement speeches, as well as a tribute to Michael Sorkin, who tragically passed away in March. The Zoom event can host up to 1,000 people so please join us as we honor this year’s work, reflect on the challenges

Hardesty Arts Center / Selser Schaefer Architects

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