In March 2021, ACO and AIT-Dialog successfully launched a virtual tour through the seven continents of the world - inviting architects, urban planners, engineers and landscape architects to become part of "beyond.aco | architecture across continents". Now the journey continues: join them at their next live event on 15 November 2023 at 5 p.m. (CET) for a set of inspiring lectures. The focus is on responsible architecture in times of global change and climate challenges. Renowned architects and experts from different parts of the world will discuss various topics and examine the issue from ecological, social, societal and economic perspectives.
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beyond.aco | Architecture Across Continents: Lectures on Responsible Architecture in Times of Global Change
From undulating forms to breathable qualities and sustainable fabrication, the future of façade design is an ever-evolving topic in architecture. designboom and ArchDaily team up with Corian® Design for a webinar to discuss new possibilities of exterior cladding. Experts at leading architecture practices, including Zaha Hadid Architects, M3 Architectes and STARH, join this call on an exclusive yet free webinar - register here.
David Basulto, Founder & Editor in Chief of the most visited architecture website worldwide Archdaily, will give us interesting insights on how the architecture and design industry is changing on the verge of rapid digitalization and integration, reshaping the role of architects and designers.
The World Design Capital® is designated every two years by the World Design Organization (WDO), which is dedicated to promoting the design profession worldwide. The objective is to recognize cities that use design as a tool to stimulate economic, social, cultural and environmental development. The latest cities chosen have been Turin, Seoul, Helsinki, Cape Town, Taipei, Mexico City and Lille; an interesting mixture of cities that have established design as a key method of transformation.
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture: Living Heritage
BUFFALO, NY — The sixth consecutive Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop (ACAW) will take place on August 19, 2021, commencing with an opening keynote speech by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, principals of Tod Williams and Billie Tsien Architects | Partners. ACAW is an industry-academic collaborative workshop hosted by Boston Valley Terra Cotta, with Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning. Its aim is to broaden industry professionals’ knowledge of the performance of terra cotta, encouraging a deeper understanding of manufacturing architectural ceramics that will inform next-generation designs. Guided by terra cotta manufacturers and ceramicists, eight teams of architects, façade engineers, and educators work together over the course of the workshop to share knowledge and gain experience developing terra cotta wall assemblies. Visual mockups – constructed by the teams on-site at Boston Valley – will be virtually presented during the conference. The event is concluded by closing keynote speaker Mic Patterson, PHD and LEED AP+ of Façade Tectonics Institute.
Live stream of a panel discussion organized by Milan-based studio untitled architecture as part of Triennale di Milano's summer public program. TOPOTEK 1, Openfabric and Project for Public Spaces, three leading firms in the world of public spaces, will address the issues of the post-pandemic cities and share their views on how to approach them.
PANEL DISCUSSION – BALANCING NATURE AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING
Tuesday 22 June 2021
1630 hrs BST
online via Zoom
PANEL DISCUSSION AND EXHIBITION PREVIEW
Wednesday 16 June 2021 at 17.00 (BST)
A virtual event featuring 5 fast-paced presentations with artists, designers and architects exploring the ways in which queer spaces are shaped.
From nightclubs to villages, bookstores to community centres, the 2SLGBTQ+ community has found safety, community and belonging in numerous visible and invisible spaces. These queer spaces have been a life saving haven for many, making room for a historically marginalized community.
DigitalFUTURES is pleased to announce the launch of InclusiveFUTURES, the world’s largest ever festival of architecture and computational design
OPEN 2021 is an online exhibition of projects that reflect the varied design approaches of the University of Westminster's School of Architecture + Cities, its diverse students, and their place at the heart of London.
The Media Architecture Biennale is the world’s premier event on media architecture, urban interaction design, and urban informatics. It brings together architects, artists and designers, leading thinkers on urban design, key industry and government representatives as well as community activists. Together, we explore the design and role of media in the built environment and its implications for urban communities and ecosystems.
The world is in dire need of good design that benefits both people and the planet. High school and university students around the world have spent their semesters creating projects that use art, design, and biology to create a more sustainable and equitable future.
A FREE ONLINE SYMPOSIUM ON THE BIM-TO-GIS MOVEMENT IN THE AEC INDUSTRY
Architecture Fringe 2021 (Un)Learning
A Festival of Design, Architecture and the Built Environment across Scotland, and Online
Friday 04—Sunday 20.06.21
ArchDaily and IE School of Architecture and Design invite you to unfold the strategic interior design process by solving a challenge for a real client in a real case in a real-time session. The online workshop will take place on June 10 at 5 PM CEST.