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No-Thing, New York City, NY, USA
An exploration into aporetic architectural furniture
Jan 18 – Feb 17, 2018
Friedman Benda Project Space
Address: 515 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001, USA
Phone: +1 212-239-8700
architecten de vylder vinck taillieu, Kamer Frank (2017)
Friedman Benda presents No-Thing, an exhibition curated by Juan Garcia Mosqueda, with newly commissioned works from nine emerging architectural practices. No-Thing runs from January 18 to February 17, 2018, in Friedman Benda’s project space.
No-Thing examines the prevalence of authoritative domestic practices embedded in our collective unconscious that guides behavior towards our personal possessions. Some of these works are composed of a seemingly ordinary construction that relies on the user’s autonomous self for meaning through postulated use. The title alludes to a state of egalitarian “in-betweenness,” a term defined by R.D. Laing in The Politics of Experience—a reference to their makers’ non-dogmatic approach to object creation.
“It is through objects like the ones in the exhibition that the space necessary for the construction of a new self in society can emerge. Not a utopian, idealized self, but an ambiguous figure, uncertain of its destiny; as uncertain as these aporetic furniture works. Within this framework, where the objects truly emerge through affect, one is urged to take not solely a passive but an active role,” says Juan Garcia Mosqueda.
Presented in tandem with Friedman Benda’s ground floor gallery exhibition, Inside the Walls: Architects Design, a survey of important examples of architect designed furniture spanning the 20th century, curated by Mark McDonald. Featuring works by Frank Lloyd Wright and Marcel Breuer that strive for rationalization and demonstrate attempt to assert control over one’s creations, “Inside the Walls” serves as a corollary to the subjective user experience theme of No-Thing.
No-Thing will feature new works by Andy and Dave (Brooklyn, NY), Ania Jaworska (Chicago, IL), architecten de vylder vinck taillieu (Gent, Belgium), Leong Leong (New York, NY), Milliøns (Los Angeles, CA), MOS (New York, NY), Norman Kelley (New York, NY, Chicago, IL), SO – IL (New York, NY), and Pezo von Ellrichshausen (Concepcion, Chile).
About Juan Garcia Mosqueda
Juan Garcia Mosqueda is an independent curator and former founder of Chamber, NYC. Chamber operated as a celebrated experimental design gallery in Chelsea from the year 2014 until 2017, providing a unique platform for artists, designers and architects from all over the world.
To read Juan Garcia Mosqueda’s curatorial statement, please click here.
About Friedman Benda
Friedman Benda is dedicated to presenting established and emerging designers who create historically significant work and are at the forefront of their practice. Founded in 2007, the gallery’s exhibitions and publications have played a vital role in the rise of the design market and education, and take a comprehensive approach to work that intersects the fields of design, craft and art. Friedman Benda represents an international roster of designers spanning five continents and multiple generations.
For further information please visit www.friedmanbenda.com
Inside the Walls: Architects Design, New York City, NY, USA
January 18 – February 17, 2018
Opening Reception: January 18, 2018, 6-8pm
Address: Friedman Benda Gallery, 515 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001, USA
Phone: +1 212-239-8700
Friedman Benda presents its annual guest-curated exhibition Inside the Walls:
Architects Design, a survey of seminal architect-designed furniture curated by Mark
McDonald. With representations spanning over a century, the exhibition will present a
broad range of pivotal architects from the US, Latin America, Europe, and Asia—such as
Luis Barragán, Lina Bo Bardi, Marcel Breuer, Charles and Ray Eames, Frank Gehry, Philip
Johnson, Oscar Niemeyer, Charlotte Perriand, Warren Platner, Gio Ponti, Ettore
Sottsass, Kenzō Tange, and Mies van der Rohe—with a focus on three groundbreaking
figures—Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, Rudolph Schindler, and Frank Lloyd Wright, whose
global reach continues today.
Drawing on archival photographs of interiors and historical ephemera, this exhibition
charts revolutionary developments in architecture and design across the 20th century.
Testaments to the innovative use of new technologies born out of post-war scarcity,
works such as Charles and Ray Eames Eames’s Storage Unit (ESU) 400 (1950) and
Charlotte Period’s Bibliotheque ‘Maison du mexique’ (1953) epitomize the ingenious use
of materials like the lighter weight Fiberglas, Masonite, bent plywood and tubular steel.
This presentation will be a unique opportunity to analyze the relationship between
architectural aesthetic and design ethos on a smaller, more intimate scale and
investigate various approaches to reconciling interior and exterior spaces, the
commercial versus the residential and the private versus the public sphere.
Examples of furniture originally designed for specific commissions will be juxtaposed
with furniture and fittings unrelated to a particular project. At the centerpiece of the
exhibition will be the cantilevered exterior light fixtures from Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1914
Francis W. Little House in Wayzata, Minnesota. Exemplary of Wright’s ‘organic
architecture’ approach to interior/exterior cohesion, a reproduction of Francis W. Little
House’s living room and exterior facades is on permanent display at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art.
About Mark McDonald
For the past four decades, Mark McDonald has been a preeminent dealer of 20th
Century modernist design. In 1983, McDonald opened the legendary Fifty/50 Gallery
with Mark Isaacson and Ralph Cutler in Greenwich Village with the first-ever Eames
retrospective. An avid expert and collector of furniture designed by architects,
McDonald has organized landmark exhibitions on furniture design, mid-century studio
jewelry, ceramics and lighting as well as served as an advisor for numerous prestigious
collectors, artists estates, and museums, including the Vitra Design Museum, Los
Angeles County Museum of Art, Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, The Daphne
Farago Jewelry Collection, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Brooklyn Museum.
After recently closing his eponymous gallery in Hudson, NY McDonald currently serves
as a private advisor to clients and museums, and maintains an online gallery:
Follow Friedman Benda on Instagram: @Friedman_Benda #FriedmanBenda
California Courthouses, San Francisco, CA, USA
NCARB + You: AXP, ARE + Certification (1.5 LUs)
Tuesday, January 23, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Matthew Friesz, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Assoc. from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) will present via live, remote broadcast on a range of licensure topics relevant to students, aspiring architects, supervisors, architects, and people in the architecture profession. The presentation will review the steps necessary to achieve licensure to become an architect and other programs to get the most out of your career in architecture.
Architektur Heute – Women in Architecture, Germany
23 Jan, 20.00
At: Tubingen University Germany
Screening & Talk with the Israeli Director / Architect Nili Portugali
ARCHITECT@WORK, London, UK
24–25 Jan 2018
Olympia National Hall, Stand 77
BauZ! Vienna Congress on Sustainable Building, Austria
24–26 Jan 2018
International Congress held in parallel to the BAUEN & ENERGIE WIEN trade fair
Congress languages: German and English (simultaneous interpretation provided)
The preliminary congress programme is online on www.bauz.at.
Put into operation! What are the things that are getting up and running?
The 15th BauZ! congress will be discussing the operational phase of the building life cycle:
• Participation in residential building and housing – experiences
• Building Monitoring
• Density and quality of life
• Green spaces
• Building-technology alternatives
• Circular economy
• BIM in the building lifecycle
• Building and energy data at an urban-development scale
• Building and economic efficiency
• Dynamic energy calculations
BauZ! is an annual international congress for sustainable building, held in association with the Vienna Building & Energy fair. BauZ!-congresses have been organised since 2004 by IBO, the Austrian Institute for Ecology and Building in co-operation with Austrian and international partners.
BauZ! congresses offer two days of plenary sessions, panel discussions, talks in workshops and at Round Tables, with exhibitors and other congress participants give you an update on the state of the art in sustainable building. On top evening events, receptions and an architectural field trip to important new buildings and development areas in the Vienna region. More on www.bauz.at.
IBO – Österreichisches Institut für Bauen und Ökologie GmbH
Alserbachstr. 5/8, 1090 Wien
Tel.: +43 1 3192005, Fax: +43 1 3192005-50
E-Mail: email@example.com, Web: www.ibo.at
Public Course: Comprehensive Business Management – Creating and Running an Architectural Practice, London, England, UK
25 Jan 2018 onwards
Due to popular demand we are running our four-part public course again in 2018 starting January 25th. This is a must for people leading small to medium sized architectural practices and addresses the key elements of business management that are not taught in schools of architecture: Creating a Business Manifesto, Financial Management, People Management, Marketing and New Business Development.
One of the delegates on the course currently running said, “I’m really enjoying the course so far and finding it incredibly useful. Lots to action and trying to utilise the advise as soon as possible.”
Event by Colander.
Paperworld 2018 – Future Office, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
January 29 to 30 Lectures by:
Stefan Behnisch, Christine Kohlert, Werner Frosch, Michael Reiß, Jórunn Ragnarsdóttir, Malte Just, Martin Haller and Martina Bauer.
Lectures are held in German – Simultaneous translation into English
Paperworld: International trade fair for stationery, office supplies and writing instruments
Messe Frankfurt GmbH
DE-60327 Frankfurt am Main
California Courthouses, San Francisco, CA, USA
BAYA January Firm Tour: Gast Architects
Tuesday, January 30, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Gast Architects, 355 11th Street, Suite 300
Gast Architects welcomes members of BAYA to their SOMA studio for a conversation about their practice, including how they integrate ArchiCAD and Virtual Reality, recently completed custom residential projects, navigating San Francisco permitting complexities, pushing the limits of residential MEP systems, and their process for selecting finish materials. Following the presentation, there will be time to explore 3D-CAD models in-person using Oculus Rift VR. Mediterranean treats will be provided.
Screening of Film by Nili Portugali, Israeli Architect A.A.Dip (London), India
At: MIFF – Mumbai International Film Festival, India
Screening Due: 2 February 2018 – 2.00 PM MIFF Prism – Official Selection
Screening & Talk with the Israeli Director / Architect Nili Portugali
This film is opening a public discussion regarding central debates, challenging the general public and 21st-century architects, as how to adopt a new worldview / holistic and cross-cultural one that will transform current thought and approaches being an existential threat to the physical and human environment in which we live. That will create a more HUMAN environment in which man feels at home. In any place, in any culture, and at any time.
At a time of existential threat to the physical and human environment Architect Portugali takes us into a deeply intimate journey in the Kabbala holy city – Tsefat, Israel. A journey that unfolds to a discovery of universal insights from her holistic / Buddhist / scientific P.O.V: What is the secret of all Timeless places in which man feels ‘at Home’ & what is that ‘Pure Art of making’ that creates them. At any culture; place; time. That, via reconstructing childhood memories engraved on each stone of the invisible city’s history. A film crossing new boundaries – straddling the line between art and cinema.
For further information please visit www.niliportugali.com/film.htm
MIFF details: www.miff.in
Risky business? Historic England & U+I breakfast event, London, England, UK
When: 6th February 2018, 8-10am
Where: U+I PLC, 7 Howick Place, London, SW1P 1DZ
Join Historic England and U+I over breakfast to discover how investing in Heritage at Risk sites can deliver an unrivalled richness of regeneration outcomes. This event will launch a report by Lichfields, commissioned by Historic England, which uses a range of case studies that show the benefits of investing in heritage assets, through repairing them and bringing them back into use. This is Good Growth – both in terms of economic and employment outputs, but also in terms of community education and engagement.
Richard Upton, of hosts U+I PLC, developed the award-winning Railway Ramp at Deptford (pictured) and will also speak about his experience of the challenges and rewards of dealing with such diamonds in the dust.
Chaired by Emily Gee, Historic England’s London Planning Director, a lively panel will then answer questions and discuss the risks and rewards of investing in heritage buildings. Panellists include:
• Richard Upton, Deputy Chief Executive, U+I Group
• Fiona Fletcher Smith, Executive Director of Development, Enterprise and Environment, GLA
• Nick Bishop, Senior Heritage Consultant, Lichfields
• Rebecca Barrett, London Heritage at Risk Principal, Historic England
• Ian Morrison, Director of Planning, Historic England
08:00 Arrival & breakfast
08:30 Welcome from Ian Morrison, Director of Planning at Historic England
08:40 Richard Upton, Deputy Chief Executive, U+I Group
09:10 Panel Q&A
Please RSVP by Thursday 25th January, and for further information please contact Valeria Powell on 0207 973 3711
Sean Scully – San Cristobal, Mexico City
7 Feb – 24 Mar 2018
Works by one of the world’s leading abstract artists, Sean Scully will go on show at Luis Barragán’s iconic modernist landmark, Cuadra San Cristóbal in Mexico City
Curated by Oscar Humphries, Sean Scully – San Cristobal is the first exhibition to be presented at Cuadra San Cristóbal and it is first time the artist’s sculptures will be shown in Latin America.
Luis Barragán Exhibition in Mexico City
Iittala Design Talk – “Colours for Living”, Stockholm, Sweden
7 Feb 2018
How do colours affect our lives?
Colour is both personal and cultural. The use of it within our homes helps us to ground ourselves, immerse ourselves, seek comfort, distraction, ponder and play.
Colourful accents are often used within home interior. These are dynamic accents that are flexible to change with seasons, habits, traditions and rituals.
Iittala addresses the power of colours and how they inspire better living within our home.
The panel discussion is moderated by:
Hanna Nova Beatrice, Design author and Editor in Chief at Residence Magazine
Jeremiah Tesolin, Creative Director, Iittala
Matti Klenell, Designer and artist
Lotta Agaton, Interior designer
Katri Saarikivi, Researcher of cognitive neuro science, topic colour and emotion, Helsinki University
Wednesday February 7, 18:00-19:00
Drinks and appetizers.
Iittala Flagship Store, Kungsgatan 1, Stockholm
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by January 31, 2018
Public Course: Working and Managing More Efficiently, London, England, UK
8 Feb 2018
This half-day course is taking place on Thursday 8th Feb 14.00 to 17.30 at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London. The course considers how architects can make better use of their time reviewing proven theory and advice. Topics for the day include: setting priorities, effective planning, dealing with ‘time wasters’, making meetings more effective as well as how to use technology to save time.
Architectural Event by Colander.
Timber Rising: Vertical visions for the cities of tomorrow
9 Feb – 19 May 2018
Timber Rising: Vertical visions for the cities of tomorrow The first comprehensive exhibition to look at the new revolution in timber high-rise building
An Idea for a Future London – City Now City Future
Museum of London
Display 16 Feb – 15 Apr 2018
Part of City Now City Future
• Project chosen following open call for ‘An Idea for a Future London’
• VoiceOver Finsbury Park unites residents to share the future of London
• Hyper-local broadcasts crisscross and connect neighbours in Finsbury Park
5th International Green Roof Congress, Al Shaheed Park, Kuwait City, Kuwait
17th and 18th February 2018
This event will focus on successful solutions for sustainable urban development.
The fifth edition of IGRA´s prestigious congress series deals with the special challenges of Green Roofs in dry climates. More than one-third of the world population already lives in these expanding regions, without considering the global metropolitan areas which often are grappling with the same problems and referred to as “city deserts”. The performance of Green Roofs in these special environments is strongly connected with the availability and scarcity of water and the limited types of plants, which are able to tolerate these harsh weather conditions – therefore the water & plantation issue is a common thread of the congress presentations and discussions.
Al Shaheed Park Kuwait:
photo © Adrian Welch
The congress venue Al Shaheed Park in Kuwait City (http://alshaheedpark.com/) consists of 310,000 m² of greenery, featuring a modern conference center, beautiful botanical gardens, museums, a miniature of old Kuwait, walkways, jogging tracks, lakes, river landscapes and an amazing musical fountain. With almost 80,000 m² of Green Roofs the largest urban park in Kuwait represents at the same time a prime example of how to meet the challenges of hot and dry climate by using appropriate Green Roof systems.
This congress is for everyone whose profession brings them into contact with Green Roofs and who wishes to learn about the latest technology related to this field. This includes architects, installers, landscape architects, planners, representatives of local authorities and environmental agencies, investors and manufacturers.
The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show, NEC, Birmingham, England, UK
22-25 Mar 2018
The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show takes place over four days, visitors will benefit from more than 500 exhibitors and 16 free daily seminars and masterclasses in the extended venue.
Figures released by the National Custom & Self Build Association reveal that 33,000 people have already signed up to the Right to Build register since October 2017, which means that at least half of the demand for serviced plots will have to be authorised by October 2019.
To support more people in their desire to build homes in the region and inspire remodelling projects, The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show is returning to the NEC, Birmingham from 22-25 March 2018.
Vsitors will benefit from more than 500 exhibitors and 16 free daily seminars and masterclasses in the extended venue.
Standard tickets are £12 in advance or £18 on the door (children under 16 go free). For further information visit www.homebuildingshow.co.uk/national or call the ticket hotline on 0844 854 0503 (calls cost 7p per minute plus network extras).
Resilient &responsible Architecture & Urbanism
10 – 12 Apr 2018
International conference in Hanze University, Groningen, The Netherlands
If you are interested in Resilient and responsible Architecture, Climate change, Energy Efficient, Green Objects and Sustainable Urban, Net Energy Zero Buildings, Economic Development, Water management and all other related topics This conference will be great for you “Resilient &responsible Architecture & Urbanism” You can share your researches or participate as a audience For more information : https://www.ierek.com/events/resilient-responsible-architecture-urbanism
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RRAU2018/
International Architecture Festival CANactions 2018, Kiev
The CANactions International Architecture Festival is the largest architectural event in Ukraine.
On April 20-21, 2018 they will be hold the 11th CANactions Festival. Since 2008 it has become the biggest educational event in the sphere of Architecture and Urbanism in Ukraine and neighboring countries.
International Architecture and Construction Forum, Nice, France
“Larantino-Expo Nice Côte d’Azur 2018”
26-29 of April 2018
Venue of the Forum: the biggest exhibition centre at the French Riviera in Nice, France.
The exhibition area will cover 40 000 sq.m. More than 2 500 exhibitors and 150 000 specialists and visitors from over 120 counties in the world will take part in the exhibition.
The exhibition covers:
-the whole spectrum of the latest developments in the field of house-building: construction of all types of luxury real estate, “smart houses”, urban multi-storey buildings, boat-houses, wooden, frame, stone, marble, glass, seismic resistant, glued and rounded beam houses, etc.
– 3-D construction;
– baths, saunas, pools, fountains construction;
– furniture, interior design items, home textiles;
– the latest inventions of household appliances, home robotics;
– fence and parking systems, design and decoration of living area, interior art;
– heating systems, fireplaces, furnaces, chimneys, solar batteries, ventilation systems, conditioning, wind power stations;
– elevators, escalators, stairs, window systems, accessories, chimneys;
– building and decoration materials, construction equipment, building outfit and uniform;
– exclusive design of yachts, night clubs, objects of elite individual construction, airplanes;
– public amenity objects, churches, mosques;
– road construction.
The high number of financially wealthy visitors of the Forum from the richest European countries will provide you an opportunity to realize you product on quite favourable terms. Organizing the Forum at the French Riviera during the most popular time for tourist attraction (More than 10 million people visit the resort annually) will also become an advantage of this event.
Among the participants of the Forum are world leading French, Swiss, and other European banks and insurance companies. Representatives of the financial companies will offer favorable mortgage lending conditions for acquiring the presented at the Forum estate and other products. The visitors, who require financial funds, will not have to look for a bank to submit a set of necessary documents and wait unknown amount of time for review of the application. It will be possible to resolve all lending issues within the framework of the event, which significantly shortens the time of making order of the house construction presented at the exposition.
Within the framework of the event there will be tenders for the most quickly constructed and solid construction of residential buildings, multi-storey buildings, public amenity objects as well road construction and restoration projects of cultural and historical heritage monuments. Winners will be awarded construction and contracting works contracts to restore territories of Syria, Iraq, Libya, Donbass destroyed by military actions and suffered from natural disasters (flood, wood fire, earthquake).
The project will be financed by the relevant structures, the UN (UNESKO), the EU, international charities, states involved in the military conflict and well-known commercial structures from around the world. The estimated investment fund is more than 10 000 000 000 euro. Participation in the Forum will provide you with a unique opportunity to become a winner of the contest which will help you, in case of victory, guaranteed profit for a long time.
At the end of the event, near the roadway, within 10 km from the venue of the Forum, in an area of 2,000 square meters, will be created a permanent show room where, for the exhibitors’ request, will be assembled houses represented at the Forum for the further work in promoting their products. That will allow you to reduce logistic costs significantly. Advantageous location on the territory of one of the wealthiest countries in Europe as well as high tourist activity during the year could bring you a sustainable income.
Participation: email@example.com +7 (495) 114 54 89 +7 (495) 114 54 85
More information: www.l-no.com / www.larantino.com
Call for Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS – Deadline October 31, 2017 55th International Making Cities Livable Conference on Healthy, 10-Minute Neighborhoods
May 14-18, 2018, The Shaw Center, Ottawa, Canada
Join us in Ottawa to share your achievements and learn from others how we can best promote healthy, sustainable, equitable 10-minute neighborhoods. We shall discuss the best neighborhood models for encouraging walking, biking and public transit, high-density human scale mixed use, places to foster daily social life and community, opportunities for daily contact with nature, and equitable neighborhood planning.
Paper proposals are invited from elected officials, scholars and practitioners concerned with issues such as the following:
Planning 10-Minute neighborhoods
Land-use planning for new neighborhoods
Re-shaping suburbia into healthy 10-minute neighborhoods Essential elements of 10-minute neighborhoods
Generating Community in 10-Minute Neighborhoods Neighborhood plazas, sociable squares Reclaiming streets for people
Child- and elder-friendly lifetime community Form based coding to generate “Eyes on the Street” Combatting loneliness, depression, strengthening the “Social immune system”
Social networks in vertical and horizontal sprawl v. human scale density
The Healthy 10-Minute Neighborhood
Active mobility, walkable, bikable streets, complete streets, etc How the built and natural environment affects health Integrating public health and planning Health impact assessment Health effects of nature – parks, gardens, rivers, incidental green Health impact of air pollution, urban noise, light pollution; and mitigation strategies Fighting crime and anti-social behavior through urban design
The Ecologically Sustainable 10-Minute Neighborhood Fighting climate change by healthy urban design Transit-oriented, mixed-use development Restructuring suburbs: malls, multi-functional schools, mixed-use infill Sustainability of high-rise and sprawl v. human scale density Green architecture, green urban design Combatting food deserts, urban agriculture Healthy green and blue urban ecosystems
The Equitable 10-Minute Neighborhood
Health equity planning
Inclusive and equitable communities, healing social segregation Mixed-income/affordable family housing Stabilizing low-income home ownership, Shared equity housing, etc Community participation/ Children and youth involvement Prioritizing improvements in poor neighborhoods, barrios and favelas Housing the homeless/preventing homelessness Integrating immigrants and asylum seekers.
For more details and to submit a proposal, please see: www.livablecities.org/call-papers
5th International Iconic Houses Conference, Connecticut, USA
15 – 18 May 2018
Conference Theme: Modernism on the East Coast – Philip Johnson and the Harvard Five
Location: Dolce Norwalk, 32 Weed Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850, USA. Tours will be held offsite.
Conference Chair: Natascha Drabbe, Iconic Houses Founding Director / Director Van Schijndel House Utrecht, The Netherlands
31 December 2017: Early registration ends
31 December 2016: Last day to obtain the negotiated rate at Dolce Norwalk (if rooms are still available)
1 January 2016: Registration rates increase
7 May 2018: Online registration closes
International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2018
3-5 Jun 2018
The International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference (ITEAC) is delighted that TAIT Stage Technologies is the major Sponsor of the 2018 conference, taking place in London, UK next year, 3-5 June.
TAIT Stage Technologies’ continued support of ITEAC by taking the principal sponsorship role for the fourth consecutive conference – having been one of the founder sponsors of the initial event in 2002 – illustrates the tremendous reputation that ITEAC has established over the last sixteen years.
The presentation of ITEAC 2018 – Places for Performance: New Directions, recognises not only the demand for this major event – which seeks to investigate the developments that have already been made, and the innovations that will be required, in the ever-changing world of live entertainment – but also the need of those who design buildings for the performing arts and supply the production technology within them, to gather at this leading and learned event, alongside creators and end-users.
The quadrennial three-day event will take place on Sunday 3 June, Monday 4 June and Tuesday 5 June 2018 at Savoy Place, the Global Engineering Hub of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
Situated in the heart of London on the north bank of the River Thames, overlooking the National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall and close to the historic Savoy Theatre, the Savoy Place venue, with its impressive views, offers a most appropriate location for ITEAC.
A Call for Sessions has already been issued to those involved in the planning, design, construction, specification and operation of places of entertainment, as well as to writers, designers, performers, producers and production teams. Submissions may still be sent to David Staples, Chairman of the Editorial Board, via this dedicated email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by the Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT), ITEAC 2018 will be the fifth edition of the Conference. Conceived in 2002 by the late renowned stage engineer and ABTT Fellow, Richard Brett, the event has grown from strength to strength, with TAIT Stage Technologies’ involvement having been integral to its success.
ABTT Chief Executive, Robin Townley, commented, “The commitment to supporting ITEAC 2018 that TAIT Stage Technologies have so generously made, is hugely important to allowing the next edition to be presented.
For TAIT Stage Technologies to continue its support of the conference, for the fourth time as Founder Sponsor, underlines their commitment to sustaining the industry. The value they place in the power of an international forum to drive their sector forward and their commitment to supporting the ITEAC conferences, underlines the benefits they consider the event has both for their own teams and for the industry at large.”
He went on to say, “Having established itself as a “must attend” event for so many areas and participants in the creation, execution, design and management of theatrical presentation, the next edition, ITEAC 2018 – Places for Performance: New Directions, has been much anticipated by those engaged in the planning, design, construction, equipping, operation and management of performance spaces of every type – from the stadium and arena, the opera house and receiving theatre, to the school and community venue.
ITEAC 2018 will offer a unique opportunity for the specialists that make up our industry to hear from the makers, creators and producers of performance. It will bring together the world’s leading theatre technicians, architects, engineers, consultants, acousticians and production managers, as well as theatre makers and venue managers, to participate in the most exciting and stimulating investigation of the very particular mix of art and science, craft and technology, illusion and engineering, that we are required to provide.”
All parties are invited to register their interest in attending, speaking or sponsoring the Conference, via the ITEAC website: www.iteac.co.uk
Specifi Architecture Events, UK
DesignMorphine is a creative hub for design trough workshops, lectures, projects and explorations in the field of architecture, design and arts. Their goal is to provide the essential elements of trending design practices in a condensed way. Their team is comprised of talented designers which give us an multidisciplinary approach to design and its education.
The firm have conducted over 30 workshops and courses in Europe, the Middle East and USA. Among them are successful collaborations with Harvard and MIT. They have planned workshops for Europe, Asia and USA.
Architecture Events are added on the site daily over a 16 hour period. We cover architectural exhibitions, building talks, debates, conferences, book launches and competitions across the globe. Architecture Events welcome – please provide as a minimum one image and dates.
2016 Neutra Award – Carme Pinós, California, USA
Monday November 14, 2016, 6:30 pm
Cal Poly Pomona University Theater (bldg 25), CA 91768, USA
An event to present the 2016 Neutra Award for Professional Excellence to Spanish architect Carme Pinós.
Phone: +1 909-869-3800
International Conference on Competitions, Leeds, UK
27 – 29 Oct
The sixth International Conference on Competitions (ICC), examining experimentation within architecture competitions, is set to take place at Leeds Beckett University in October.
Frankfurt Dialogues, Rottterdam, Netherlands
27 Oct 2016
Datum: 27.10.2016, 20:00
Locatie: Het Nieuwe Instituut
Custom Made Architecture from Flanders and the Netherlands in Frankfurt, the Flanders Architecture Institute, Het Nieuwe Instituut and the Deutsches Architekturmuseum present the Frankfurt Dialogues debate series.
Dutch and Flemish architects will discuss their shared convictions about craftsmanship, customisation and spatial quality, despite their divergent cultural and historical conditions.
Prestigious Aga Khan Lecture: Dallas Architecture Forum, Dallas, Texas, USA
Oct 24, 2016
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art, TX
Presented in Partnership with The Aga Khan Council for the Central United States
AGA KHAN AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE
PRESENTATION BY SHIRAZ ALLIBHAI
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, AGA KHAN TRUST FOR CULTURE
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is unique among architecture prizes: it selects projects – from slum upgrading to high rise “green” buildings – that not only exhibit architectural excellence but also improve the overall quality of life.
Nordic Approaches to Creating Livable and Sustainable Urban Environments, NYC, USA
Oct 19, 2016
Archtober Goes Nordic – Kjellander Sjöberg lectures at Archtober in NYC
Kjellander Sjöberg will present their winning proposal of the design innovation competition Nordic Built Cities Challenge at the Nordic Approaches to Creating Livable & Sustainable Urban Environments event at the Van Alen Institute in New York.
Join us for an afternoon of fruitful discussions and talks on how Nordic architecture and design approaches are setting new standards for creating livable and sustainable built environments.
MoA Academy | Business Development for Architects with Briony Lumb, London, UK
15 + 22 Sep 2016
Business Development for Architects, a two-session workshop in the MoA Academy series, will look at how you can differentiate your practice to create better business opportunities.
ESSEX Architecture Weekend, Essex, South East England, UK
10 – 11 Sep 2016
Radical Essex present a programme of events to celebrate the county’s pioneering role in twentieth century architecture.
The two-day festival will pivot around three key sites – the Bata Estate in East Tilbury, founded in 1932 by the Czech visionary Thomas J. Bata, Silver End, a model village conceived in 1926 by the industrialist Francis Henry Crittall and Frinton-On-Sea – and in doing so will show how the region was at the forefront of Modernist architecture and experimental community models.
People and Place Event, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, UK
The Magnetic North and RIBA present People and Place – an evening of live music, film, literature and architecture
BUILD 2016, London, UK
Matt + Fiona and The National Trust would like to invite you to the opening of BUILD 2016 – an innovative week long live build project to enable 7-14 year olds to design and build a new summer performance space in front of Sutton house, Hackney’s oldest home, inspired by the story of The Borrowers. Please come visit at any point during the week.
North England Build Expo, UK
April 27 + 28 2016, Manchester Central, Manchester
Architecture Event in Manchester
How to Photograph Your Own Buildings with Simon Kennedy, RIBA HQ, 66 Portland Place, London, UK
CPD on 23 Feb
Simon Kennedy, prolific architectural photographer and tutor at the Bartlett, will discuss how to promote your work and practice through your own quality photographs. Simon will explore the importance of the image, composition and viewpoints, online presence and the possibilities your camera equipment offers.
Featuring a filmed introduction from Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson
Lecture by the architect, lecturer and theorist Luis Martínez Santa-María, School of Architecture de UIC Barcelona
Date: Monday, 15 February 2016
Lecture: “Peso y Materia”. Weight and Matter
Place: School of Architecture de UIC Barcelona
Aula Magna (Main Hall) – C/ Immaculada, 22, Barcelona
The School of Architecture at UIC Barcelona hosts the second lecture of Foros 2016, “Origin”. The lecture, which is open to the public and will take place at 19:00 in the Main Hall of the UIC Barcelona Campus, is given by Luis Martínez Santa-María, Doctor of Architecture from the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM). Martínez Santa-María is renowned both for his design work, and as a teacher and the author of various publications reflecting on architecture.
Drawing on the Motive Force of Architecture, RIBA HQ, 66 Portland Place, London, UK
9 Feb 2016
Image by Peter Cook, ‘Veg House, Stage 4’:
‘Drawing on the Motive Force of Architecture: Professor Sir Peter Cook in Conversation with Professor Marcos Cruz’
For architects, drawing is a thinking process. Sketching by hand onto paper without having any predetermined built form in mind is often the springboard for new hypotheses. With the rise of digital representation in architecture, has the computer superseded the hand in the exploration of ideas?
Challenging the City Scale 2014-2018, London, England, UK
London 21-23 Sep 2015
image from Human Cities
The Recode the City festival takes the Human Cities programme to London. Organised by Clear Village in collaboration with the Machines Room and Lime Wharf, and curated by Thomas Ermacora, founder/ creative & strategic director of Lime Wharf, Machines Room and Clear Village. Recode the City will bring together representatives from the Human Cities partner network for an action-packed programme of events during the London Design Festival.
image from Human Cities
The London Salons
The London Salons Events
San Francisco Architecture Events, California, USA
Sonoma Living: Home Tours Headquarters
San Francisco Architecture Events
Rice Design Alliance Events, Texas, USA
Architectural Association Architecture Events, England, UK
photo from The Architectural Association School of Architecture
AA School Architecture Events
ArchiLab Architecture Symposiums, Orléans, France – two events
image © Xuberance
The Turbulences FRAC Centre Event
Architecture Whispers Event, Paris, France
photo : Quentin Dubret
Architecture Centre Bristol Events, England
photo © Jonathan Leijonhufvud
Faculty of Architecture University Hong Kong Events, China
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Bartlett School of Architecture Event, London, England
Bartlett School of Architecture Alumni Social
Wates House, 22 Gordon St, London
Join fellow alumni for an informal social event to celebrate the New Year. 2014 is an exciting year for The Bartlett as the long-awaited refurbishment of Wates House begins. Get an update on the Wates House project from Professor Alan Penn, Dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, and hear about our new plans for future alumni activities.
V&A Architecture Events, London, UK
University of Melbourne School of Design Architecture Event, Melbourne, Australia
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University of Westminster Events, London, UK : Building Lectures
Deutsches Architektur Museum – Building Exhibitions, Germany
Columbia University Architecture Event – GSAPP : NYC, USA
Events for the World Architecture Events page welcome
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