Niko Luoma And Time Is No Longer an Obstacle

New York

Wednesday

July 23, 2014

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is pleased to present And Time is No Longer an Obstacle, the first solo exhibition in the United States by esteemed Helsinki School artist Niko Luoma. Niko Luoma (b. 1970) uses light as a raw material to produce images that visualize the passage of time by drawing focus to the intrinsic qualities [...]

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Annual Newport Beach Party

Jersey City, New Jersey

Wednesday

July 23, 2014

Celebrate the summer season along the Hudson River at Newport’s Beach Party and food festival held at the only urban beach in the area! Signature dishes and cocktails will be available from Newport’s roster of 14 gourmet restaurants.

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Spotlight on Design: Tod Williams and Billie Tsien4

Washington, D.C.

Thursday

July 24, 2014

Tod Williams and Billie Tsien discuss their notable work, which includes the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, and the recently demolished American Folk Art Museum in New York City. Their firm, New York-based Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects (TWBTA), won the American Institute of Architects 2013 Firm Award. For Corinthian-level [...]

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Talk—The Genesis of a New Vernacular: Cesar Pelli, Tony Lumsden, and High-Tech Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Thursday

July 24, 2014

In the 1960s and 70s, Los Angeles experienced an era of experimentation and new advances in art and technology. The Light and Space movement emerged around this time, and LACMA initiated its Art & Technology program, pairing artists with aerospace and other companies. At the same time, the architects Cesar Pelli and Anthony Lumsden developed [...]

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Facades+ Chicago

Chicago

Thursday

July 24, 2014

The Architect’s Newspaper and Enclos present a two day conference that will examine the increasingly fast-paced evolution of façade technology and explore innovative, sustainable design practices. Don’t miss the chance to network with leading industry experts, participate in discussion-based panels and learn through hands-on workshops. Last year, symposium was AIA:CES approved for 8 LU | [...]

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The 2014 San Francisco Marathon Expo

San Francisco

Friday

July 25, 2014

Don’t miss the 2014 San Francisco Marathon Health and Fitness Expo — featuring more than 60 health and fitness vendors. Shop for running and fitness apparel, sample healthy snacks, learn about upcoming races, and more. Expo Activities: ++ Two-day Exhibitor Showcase ++ Official Race Merchandise ++ Registration/Bib & Chip Pickup ++ Goody Bag and Shirt [...]

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Ghost Tours

Washington, D.C.

Friday

July 25, 2014

A spooky summer treat! Discover the dark side of the Museum’s historic home with scary tales and surprises. Take a nighttime tour of the National Building Museum’s historic home with a mysterious docent. Guests will wander the dark halls by lantern light, being regaled by ghost stories and other mysteries. Who are the mysterious figures [...]

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MAPPING THE SQUARE: Family Program

New York

Saturday

July 26, 2014

After a tour of the museum’s exhibition TIMES SQUARE 1984, kids will work together to understand site conditions that shape skyscrapers. Using maps and zoning, we’ll construct a grid and then expand it vertically. Young architects will add their own high- rise designs to the existing Times Square landscape. Ages 8+. *Cost is $5 per [...]

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YARCH X-Change 2014

Paphos, Cyprus

Sunday

July 27, 2014

YARCH-WORKSHOP is in the delightful position to invite architects, students, designers and artists from around the world to take part in the YARCH 2014 X-Change Competition. The annual YArch competition recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine architectural design and construction through the implementation of new technologies, construction techniques, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations along with studies [...]

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Architecture as a Way of Life and Placemaking

New York

Monday

July 28, 2014

Rafiq Azam is the principal of SHATOTTO architecture for green living, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.  He will introduce us to his work this city, which is also home to works by Louis Kahn.  Azam’s “green” is not about global ratings or the current sustainability trend.  It is his response to the sky, water, and vegetation that surround [...]

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Landscape on the Front Lines: Resiliency Begins On Site

New York

Tuesday

July 29, 2014

Risks, natural or man-made, most often have a cause and effect that transcends any individual building and impacts wide areas. The structure of the landscape, especially at natural edges like the ocean’s shore or fault zones, is always changing and adapting the land to new conditions. This can take place suddenly or in geologic time. [...]

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27th Annual Golf Classic – Landscape Architects, Landscape Installers, Landscape Material Suppliers

Fenton, Michigan

Wednesday

July 30, 2014

Mark your calendars for the 27th Annual Golf Classic — Michigan Landscape Architects, Landscape Contractors and Landscape Material Suppliers!  We will be at a new venue this year in Fenton, MI. For more information, download the 2014 Registration Form for the 27th Annual Golf Classic! See you there!  

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BIOPHILIA IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

San Francisco

July 31, 2014

Professor of architecture, Gail Brager, will be speaking at a StraightTalkseries about biophilia in the city. Biophilia means “love of life.” The series of lectures will focus on the biological need that humans have to experience a daily connection with nature, and the challenges caused by urban environments. Research shows the many benefits in creating [...]

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Summer Block Party Late Night

Washington, D.C.

July 31, 2014

The Museum will remain open until 9 pm five evenings throughout the summer. Enjoy extended hours to visit exhibitions, navigate theBIG Maze, and nosh at Hill Country’s Backyard Barbecue.  

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Exhibition Opening: Investigating Where We Live

Washington, D.C.

August 1, 2014

Free. Drop-in program. During the five weeks of Investigating Where We Live, local teens used digital photography, writing, and original artwork to explore, document, and interpret the built environment in Washington, D.C. With the help of the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., local photographers, and Museum curators, the 2014 participants selected the photos and writings they [...]

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Tour Sunset’s First Los Angeles Idea House, the Ultimate Modern Beach Home

Manhattan Beach, California

August 1, 2014

For six consecutive weekends beginning August 1st, join Sunset as they open the doors to the first-ever Los Angeles Idea House. The 2014 Idea House, which will be featured in the November 2014 issue of Sunset magazine, showcases timeless design, blended with modern architectural detail, and coastal inspiration. With interiors by LA’s DISC Interiors, the [...]

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OHNY East River Boat Tour with WXY and SHoP

New York

August 2, 2014

Over the past two decades, the ecological restoration of New York’s East River has helped open its waterfront to significant new development. Several major projects, proposed or now in construction, will further transform the East River into a bustling center of residential and commercial activity. Join Open House New York for its annual summer boat [...]

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Architecture 101: Art Nouveau

Washington, D.C.

August 2, 2014

Learn about the organic, dynamic forms and curving lines characteristic of the Art Nouveau movement of the 1880s–1920s.

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IMMERSION – Vermont (Rick Joy, Tom Kundig, Marlon Blackwell)

Woodstock, Vermont

August 3, 2014

The format for the course will be an mixture of tours, site visits, studio work, lectures and critique. Students and tutors will live and work (including sleeping, meeting, and eating) on-site for the week. Over the course of the week, students will work to develop a response to an architectural problem. Significant time will be [...]

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CCA Formations Summer Workshops 2014

San Francisco

August 4, 2014

The Architecture Division at California College of the Arts presents FORMATIONS SUMMER 2014: a series of workshops for college students, professionals, and members of the broader architectural community. This year’s lineup of one-week workshops will be held from August 4 to August 15, 2014. Led by CCA faculty, each project-based workshop will focus on a [...]

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Sapa Profile Academy – Building & Construction Focus

Portland, Oregon

August 6, 2014

The Sapa Profile Academy presents a wide range of information about aluminum extrusion, from inception to production. Profile Academy attendees will gain a deeper understanding of aluminum principles, tooling designs, fabrication, current applications, new technologies and more. This full two-day course will allow attendees to meet Sapa experts, together with qualified external lecturers, in an [...]

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Architecture 101: Traditional Japanese Architecture

Washington, D.C.

August 9, 2014

Understand why thick thatched roofs, rough mud plaster walls, and precisely woven tatami mats—elements of traditional Japanese architecture—are firmly grounded within the natural environment and traditional culture of Japan.

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New York Art Deco Scavenger Hunt

New York

August 9, 2014

Join Open House New York and the Art Deco Society of New York for the first-ever citywide New York Art Deco Scavenger Hunt. Spend the day exploring the city and taking photographs of some of the most stunning Art Deco buildings that New York – the capital of the Art Deco movement – has to [...]

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Conversations in Place: The Past in the 21st Century

Long Beach, California

August 10, 2014

Rancho Los Alamitos hosts The Past in the 21st Century, a panel of nationally renowned directors and preservationists who will explore the evolving role of museums and historic sites and how they are being re-imagined for next generation audiences in an ever-changing, multi-cultural world on August 10 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Presenters include Richard [...]

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Now and Next: 2014 Symposium on Technology for Design and Construction

Chicago

August 13, 2014

Be on the Cutting Edge in Understanding Technology’s Role in Construction and Design Join some of best and brightest in the industry at the 2014 Symposium on Technology for Design and Construction, August 13-15, 2014 at Northwestern University’s Downtown Chicago Campus. This intensive event features industry visionaries and practitioners in a “TED-style” symposium. The unique [...]

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Architecture 101: Bio-architecture

Washington, D.C.

August 16, 2014

Bio-architecture demonstrates the growing influence of nature in Western buildings through the predominance of organic, nature-inspired patterns and shapes. Ruth Connell, AIA explains this unusual philosophy of architecture, exemplified by the work of architects like Antoni Gaudí and Santiago Calatrava. 1.5 LU (AIA)  

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Free Day at LACMA: Compton

Los Angeles

August 17, 2014

In conjunction with the Compton Art+Film Lab presented by LACMA, join us on Sunday, August 17, 2014, for a free* day at the museum. Simply tell one of our Ticket Offices that you’re from the Compton area, and we’ll give you free admission. Take part in family-friendly art activities, explore the galleries through tours, and view a new video artwork [...]

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A Visual History of AIGA: 1913 – 2013

Atlanta, Georgia

August 17, 2014

During the last century, AIGA (initially known as the American Institute of Graphic Arts) has grown to become the leading international communication design organization. As the graphic design profession and society evolved, so did AIGA. The groundbreaking work featured in this exhibition was created for the organization by the industry’s greatest talents including Andy Warhol, [...]

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History, Ecology, & Preservation on the St. Lawrence

Clayton, New York

August 21, 2014

In Thousand Islands fashion, we will be on the water! The day includes ferry tour to Governors Island Research Station, Canoe Pt. State Park on Grindstone Island and a hike along the Grindstone Island Nature Trail. Picnic lunch and ferry tour of Eel Bay “Narrows” rounds out the day. CEU content will focus on Preservation [...]

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Free City Festival

Flint, Michigan

August 22, 2014

A two-day public art and design event across multiple sites. Free City temporarily reclaims the former Flint-Chevy manufacturing site along the Flint River for public use. This year the festival will expand to sites including the Spring Grove Silos, Spencer’s Art House, and Stone Street. In 2013, more than 75 artists and organizations from the [...]

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Grey to Green: A Conference on the Economics of Green Infrastructure in 2013

Toronto, Ontario, M5G1Z4, Canada, Tennessee

August 25, 2014

Building on the success of Grey to Green: A Conference on the Economics of Green Infrastructure in 2013, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is now planning Grey to Green for 2014. This two-day conference focuses on the health benefits of green infrastructure – for our economy, our ecosystem and our community.

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Building the Resilient City – Conference

San Francisco

September 4, 2014

At ULI’s Building the Resilient City Conference, you will learn from the experiences of others about what it takes to minimize risks and create stronger buildings, communities and regions. During this one-of-a-kind exchange on September 4 and 5 in San Francisco, thought leaders on climate change, insurers and real estate professionals will gather at the Hyatt Regency to [...]

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SCI-Arc: 2014 Thesis Weekend & Graduation

Los Angeles

September 7, 2014

SCI-Arc is pleased to announce its annual Graduate Thesis Weekend & Graduation Ceremony, taking place September 5-7, 2014 on the SCI-Arc campus in downtown Los Angeles. A culmination of up to three years of study and coursework leading toward the Master of Architecture and M.Des.R post-graduate degrees, this public three-day event has students presenting their [...]

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CTBUH 2014 International Conference

Shanghai

September 16, 2014

Future Cities: Towards Sustainable Vertical Urbanism The survival of humanity on this planet relies on a radical repositioning of our cities. In the face of unprecedented global population growth, urbanization, pollution increase and climate change, it is no longer enough to simply create buildings that minimize their environmental footprint. The reduction of operating and embodied [...]

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designLAb | Public Reception

West Hollywood, CA

September 17, 2014

designLAb is pleased to present new contemporary art and design exhibitions open to the public.

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PDC: Fall Market 2014

West Hollywood, CA

September 18, 2014

Presenting 2,200 product lines offered by 100 boutique to internationally revered showroom manufacturers, Pacific Design Center’s Fall Market is the destination for inspired design and effective business strategies to inform and educate trade professionals.

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Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture Conference

La Jolla, California

September 18, 2014

MISSION OF THE CONFERENCE: The ANFA Conference will explore, from a scientific basis, the range of human experiences with elements of architecture, through collaboration between architects and neuroscientists.  The goal is to inspire ideas and new collaborations that will ignite change and unlock the potential of Neuroscience for Architecture.  

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LightShow Southwest

Dallas, Texas

September 24, 2014

This new event is the only trade show and conference specifically created for Southwest and Central U.S. specifiers of commercial, architectural and decorative lighting products. The event features complimentary access to 100+ leading manufacturers, 30 FREE seminars with CEUs, and multiple networking events. LightShow Southwest is a registered AIA, USGBC and IDCEC education provider. For [...]

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Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo

Chicago

September 30, 2014

Which firms and facilities have been able to successfully turn brilliant design into improved healthcare delivery, and how? As our industry sees potential shifts to smaller, decentralized facilities and a greater emphasis on connectivity for patients and caregivers, we are forced to examine the trends in healthcare and the trends in healthcare design as one single movement. [...]

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New York Build Expo

New York

October 1, 2014

The sole purpose of the events are to connect buyers, suppliers, manufacturers, and service providers in a face-to-face environment creating new connections. With over 100 exhibitors and hundreds of attendees, Build Expo is the #1 regional event for the New York/New Jersey Building & Construction Industry. Build Expo is the ONLY industry event with free [...]

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METALCON International 2014

Denver, Colorado

October 1, 2014

Since the first METALCON International was held in 1991 in Washington DC, it has remained the only annual trade show and conference focused on the application of metal in industrial, institutional, light commercial and residential projects. Each year it brings together architects, engineers, builders, designers, specifiers, developers, building owners, and government officials from more than 52 countries. It is [...]

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METALCON 2014

Denver, Colorado

October 1, 2014

Registration is open! The interaction and learning continues once again for the 24th annual METALCON in Denver, Colorado, October 1-3. This is the perfect opportunity for your entire team to learn, connect and walk away with inspiring ideas to help you grow your business. Get in the zone at the Learning Zones – new multiple [...]

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SarasotaMod Week[end]

Sarasota, Florida

October 9, 2014

The Sarasota Architectural Foundation presents “SarasotaMOD Week[end],” a four-day celebration of the region’s iconic mid-20th-century architecture. Prominent architects, designers, historians and authors will explore why Sarasota, Florida became the nucleus of an internationally significant architectural movement.  The conference will include presentations, panel discussions and tours (on land and water) of important modernist projects.  

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PLANET’s Green Industry Conference (GIC)

Louisville, Kentucky

October 22, 2014

For the last 25 years, attendees of the Green Industry Conference (GIC) have been inspired, learned about industry trends, formulated strategies, and built new relationships. Come and celebrate our silver anniversary with highly relevant educational sessions, plenty of networking opportunities, a trade show hosting over 750 exhibitors, and a few special celebratory events. This is [...]

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CitiesAlive: 12th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference

Nashville, Tennessee

November 12, 2014

Water is fundamental to life and to green infrastructure. At the 12th CitiesAlive® Green Roof and Wall Conference in Nashville, delegates will explore the many ways in which green roofs and walls can help manage our water resources more wisely. Participants will dig into the science of performance, explore the many interrelationships between energy and [...]

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designLAb | Public Reception

West Hollywood, CA

November 14, 2014

designLAb is pleased to present new contemporary art and design exhibitions open to the public.

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Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities

New York

November 22, 2014

In 2030, the world’s population will be a staggering eight billion people. Of these, two-thirds will live in cities. Most will be poor. With limited resources, this uneven growth will be one of the greatest challenges faced by societies across the globe. Over the next years, city authorities, urban planners and designers, economists, and many [...]

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Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities

New York

November 22, 2014

In 2030, the world’s population will be a staggering eight billion people. Of these, two-thirds will live in cities. Most will be poor. With limited resources, this uneven growth will be one of the greatest challenges faced by societies across the globe. Over the next years, city authorities, urban planners and designers, economists, and many [...]

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Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955–1980

New York

March 29, 2015

In 1955 The Museum of Modern Art staged Latin American Architecture since 1945, a landmark survey of modern architecture in Latin America. On the 60th anniversary of that important show, the Museum returns to the region to offer a complex overview of the positions, debates, and architectural creativity from Mexico and Cuba to the Southern [...]

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