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London Festival of Architecture 2019, London, England, UK
Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
18-19 Sep 2019
Register for the 12th Annual Fire Protection and Safety in Tunnels conference!
Taking place on the 18th-19th September, with an exclusive workshop and site visit on the 17th September, the prestigious event will once again gather senior level fire safety professionals to collaboratively explore major innovations for designing and implementing tunnel fire and safety projects.
Construction workshop & site visit
This year the conference has moved to a new location in Denmark, Copenhagen. The pre-conference day is solely focused on understanding the dynamic scope of tunnel construction and how this is influential in ensuring tunnel safety in case of incidents. The first half of the day will include interactive workshops that will showcase major projects and focus on the construction elements of new build tunnels and refurbishment. This will be followed by an exclusive site visit to Sydhaven New Metro Line.
The 2 day conference will provide valuable insight into a series of global case studies looking at the intricacies of fire protection in tunnels. Key sessions will focus on long tunnels, utilizing technical innovations to enable greater protection levels and how to cost effectively manage risk in older tunnels.
This year there will be enhanced networking opportunities and we have introduced structured sessions designed to bring delegates together and create new connections. This will be followed by our refreshed drinks reception and welcome dinner.
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Head Of Fire And Dispersion Department, Ineris
Inspector Of Accidents, Accident Investigation Board Norway
Tunnel Safety Supervisor, Infrabel
International President, Rail Industry Fire Association
Aurelio Rojo Garrido
Head Of Health And Safety UK, Eurotunnel
Chicago Build, McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, USA
September 19 – 20, 2019
The largest construction & design show for the Midwest, featuring: 200+ exhibitors, 10,000+ attendees (contractors, architects, developers, construction professionals), business meetings, and 200+ speakers.
11th International Conference On World Class Sustainable Cites 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
19 Sep, 2019
The ‘11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WORLD CLASS SUSTAINABLE CITES 2019’ (WCSC 2019) themed “Next: KL2040′ will be held on 19th September 2019 (Thursday) at the Taming Sari Grand Ballroom, Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur Hotel in Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
With the official support and endorsement of Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), together with the 3 Partner Organizations: the Real Estate & Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur (REHDA KL), the Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) and the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), this 11th WCSC conference series is a constructive, inclusive and aspirational platform for all stakeholders representing the industry professionals, City Managers, Government agencies, academicians, residents’ groups and general public in the city to address how Kuala Lumpur and other cities in Malaysia should move forward towards becoming a World Class Sustainable and Livable City.
YB Tuan Hj Khalid bin Abd Samad, Minister of Federal Territories has graciously consented to officiate the ‘WCSC 2019 OPENING CEREMONY’ on 19 September 2019 (Thursday) at 11:30 am.
Themed ‘NEXT: KL2040’, this year’s WCSC will explore how Kuala Lumpur and other cities in Malaysia can prepare itself for today’s and tomorrow’s challenges, to be more livable, resilient and sustainable, through better planning, technology and social innovations. Kuala Lumpur is set to embark on a new journey of the future through its new KL City Plan 2020 – 2040.
WCSC 2019 will be featuring 11 distinguished international and local speakers including panelists/moderator to enlighten and share knowledge on international best practices and case studies from other World Class Cities namely:-
(1) Mr Stuart Moseley, Chief Executive Officer, Victorian Planning Authority, Melbourne, Australia
(2) Ms Caroline Bos, Co-Founder / Principal Urban Planner, UNStudio, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
(3) Mr Frans-Anton Vermast, Strategy Advisor & International Smart City Ambassador, Amsterdam Smart City, the Netherlands
(4) Mr Fong Chun Wah, Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Building), Housing & Development Board (HDB), Singapore
(5) Dr Ceelia Leong, Spatial Analyst, Programme Manager Urban Solutions, Think City Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
(6) En Muhammad Azmi Zulkifli, Acting Chief Executive Officer, InvestKL Corporation, Malaysia
(7) Tn Hj Nurazizi bin Mokhtar, Executive Director (Planning), Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL), Malaysia
(8) Dr Zhou Chao Bin, Chief Operating Officer, Vanke Malaysia
(9) The Winning Team of Young People’s Lab (YPLab) 2019
(10) TPr Pn Khairiah Mohd Talha, City Advisory Board Member, Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) / Past President of Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP), Malaysia
(11) TPr Tn Hj Ihsan Zainal Mokhtar, President, Malaysian Insititute of Planners (MIP), Malaysia.
CEDIA Designing the Connected Home with Ideaworks, London, UK
19 Sep, 2019
The third CEDIA® Designing the Connected Home event
aimed at architects, interior designers, and property developers!
Thursday 19th September
Ideaworks Experience Centre in London
After a successful event at the Cornflake showroom in July, the third CEDIA® Designing the Connected Home event will take place on Thursday 19th September at the Ideaworks Experience Centre in London, giving design and build professionals the opportunity to learn more about smart home technology and how it can be integrated into interior design.
Aimed at architects, interior designers, and property developers, the event will feature a CEDIA CPD presentation on Designing the Connected Home, which will be closely followed by a home cinema demonstration in the private cinema room, as well as a detailed tour of the Ideaworks showroom. This includes the user interface and keypad room, window shading room, specialist lighting room, and daylight space showing many techniques for bringing light into basements.
The Designing the Connected Home CPD is accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), and explores the design and installation of technology in the connected home. This CPD will explain why good design is so essential in the connected home and the possibilities for integrating technology in future projects. By the end of the CPD attendees should have a greater understanding of why architects should be discussing technology with their clients and the possibilities for technology in projects and the associated processes.
Technology Integrator and CEDIA member, Ideaworks, has been operating in the industry for more than 30 years, working closely with designers and architects to deliver incredible installations across luxury homes, yachts, and venues. Its dedicated London Experience Centre is a collaborative space, bringing together a wide range of products and services that allows visitors to experience the technology first-hand.
Everyone who attends this event will be in with a chance of winning a private movie night at the Ideaworks cinema for you and three friends! To enter, just bring along your business card on the day.
The Designing the Connected Home event will be taking place twice over the same day, from 2-4 p.m. or 6-8 p.m. To find out more about the event and to book your place, visit, cvent.me/V0brM.
This year CEDIA celebrates 30 years of connection and innovation having led the industry as the global trade association and central touch point for companies that design, manufacture, and install technology for the home. CEDIA will continue to build on this legacy in 2019 and beyond as the industry leader in delivering the resources and benefits that set members at every level on a pathway to prosperity. CEDIA Expo, also in its thirtieth year, remains the largest annual residential technology show and Integrated Systems Europe, co-owned by CEDIA, is the world’s largest AV and systems integration exhibition. Over the last 30 years, CEDIA members have consistently been dedicated to delivering technology solutions that allow people to have their best moments in life from the comfort of their own home. Throughout the course of the year, CEDIA will be showcasing three decades of contributions of its more than 3,700 member companies. Learn more about CEDIA at www.cedia.net
Cal Poly Pomona Events, Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA, USA
The Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona (CPP/ARC) announce the 2019-20 Bernard Zimmerman Lecture Series and the 2019 Richard Neutra Award.
Kevin Daly, Kevin Daly Architects
Friday, Sep 20, 2019, 1.30 pm
Jennifer Bonner, MALL
Friday, Oct 4, 2019, 1.30 pm
Moscow International Luxury Property and Residency Expo 2019, Russia
22-23 Sep 2019
Registration for the Moscow International Luxury Property and Residency Expo 2019 closes on 12 September.
The event will be held on 22-23 September 2019 at The Ritz-Carlton.
This year Moscow will host the ILP Expo for the fifth time. Detailed information about our past events can be found here.
Playing the Picturesque Interactive Installation, The Edge & Andrew Brownsword Gallery, Bath, England
Tue 24 Sep – Sat 14 Dec 2019
Tue – Sat · 11am-5pm
The Andrew Brownsword Gallery at The Edge to present Playing the Picturesque this autumn, premiering a new virtual environment of Bath’s much loved Palladium Bridge at Prior Park:
An exhibition by You + Pea, commissioned by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Located in: University of Bath
Address: The Edge University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 1225 386777
Legat Architects’ Chicago Architecture Biennial partner program, IL, USA
Sep 27, 2019
Self-driving cars. Gentrification and homelessness. Water quality. Public green spaces. Disaster recovery.
On September 27, find out how these and other challenges will impact the future of the vast network of cities and suburbs known as the Chicago megaregion.
Think Tank 2019: Megaregion will assemble a who’s who of speakers including academics, urban planners, designers, and policymakers from across the nation.
Who’s invited to the one-day symposium and design exhibition? Building owners, AEC professionals, teachers, students…anyone with an interest in what day-to-day life in the Chicago region will look like in the next 30 years.
The Think Tank will take place at the DIRTT Green Learning Center and Kimball Showroom at 325 North Wells. Both ultramodern spaces offer stunning views of the Chicago River. Attendees will have a choice of two tracks for morning and afternoon sessions. Everyone will converge for lunchtime and concluding keynotes.
Think Tank 2019: Megaregion is a partner program with the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the largest architecture and design exhibition in North America.
Legat Architects, 651 W. Washington Blvd., Suite One, Chicago, Illinois 60661, USA
Call for Papers, Turkey
3rd International Conference of Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism
Alanya HEP University, Alanya/Antalya, Turkey, 6-8 May 2020
Dear Valuable colleagues in the field of architecture and Urbanism
On behalf of the organizing committee of the 3rd International Conference of Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism (ICCAUA 2020), I am pleased to inform you that Alanya HEP University will host ICCAUA 2020 on 6-8 May 2020.
The main aim of ICCAUA2020 will be to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research both through the conference podium and double-blind refereed publications opportunities. From the other hand, ICCAUA 2020 intended to provide opportunities for academics to receive informal in-depth feedback through discussions, and to enable them to establish contact with professionals in other countries and institutions.
Abstracts for Oral, Virtual and Poster presentations and proposals for special sessions are kindly invited.
– Architecture and Technology: View extended topics
– Sustainability and Urban Design: View extended topics
– Heritage and Cultural Landscapes: View extended topics
– Habitat Studies and Infra Habitation: View extended topics
View extended topics: http://www.iccaua.com/page/home
ICCAUA2020 will be held in both English language and Turkish language.
Submit your abstract and full paper by sending to: email@example.com
*The authors of the high quality Papers will get the certificate of “ Best Scientific Paper”.
*The awarded scientific papers will be recommended for the editors of the sponsored journals.
*All the authors will be able to attend in the three available workshops.
We welcome your participation and look forward to receiving your abstracts.
*** Deadline for Abstract submission 6 January 2020****
Conference website: http://www.iccaua.com
Conference poster: http://www.iccaua.com/page/conference-brochure
Horakhsh ahmadnia, Alanya HEP University ICCAUA2019 Center, Alanya, Antalya, 07400, Turkey
Three city parklets – specially designed by London-based architects and designers across key locations in the ‘Square Mile’.
The Reasons Offsite_exhibition, Germany
Neufert box in Weimar
September 28 – October 11, 2019
Summary, an architectural studio based in Porto, Portugal, do work focused on developing architectural solutions/building systems, searching for an optimization of time and physical resources.
They have recently developed a virtual/immaterial exhibition about prefabricated architecture, entitled The Reasons Offsite – soon to be hosted in Edinburgh (Edinburgh School of Architecture) and Weimar – with the participation of architects such as Pedro Alonso and Yona Friedman.
GROUNDED, Aedes Architecture Forum, Berlin, Germany
Christoph Hesse Architects, Korbach/Berlin
Exhibition: 5 October – 21 November 2019
Opening: Friday, 4 October 2019, 6.30 pm
Location: Aedes Architecture Forum, Christinenstr. 18-19, 10119 Berlin
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11am-6.30pm, Sun-Mon 1-5pm and Sat, 5 October 2019, 1-5pm
International Conference on Amphibious Architecture, Design and Engineering – ICAADE, Warsaw, Poland
13 – 16 October 2019
The third International Conference on Amphibious Architecture, Design and Engineering will be held at the Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland from October 13 to 16, 2019.
ICAADE is an international conference covering issues of the built environment on the borderline between land and water.
Scientific conference held every two years on a different continent and is dedicated to interdisciplinary issues regarding the boundaries of water and land by use of architecture, design and engineering.
ICAADE aims is to bring together practitioners, researchers, authorities, students, NGO’s, communities and investors in the exchange of knowledge and practice on amphibious issues. Architecture, design and engineering are the result of long-lasting social, economic and technological progress and pathways. We need multidisciplinary perspectives on shifting the boundaries of water and land.
These perspectives can support the identification of open questions, market potentials, acceptance and engagement, and flood risk mitigation and climate change adaptation.
Special Keynote speakers include:
Koen Olthuis, founder of Waterstuodio.NL, author Float: Building on Water to Combat Urban Congestion and Climate Change. (https://www.waterstudio.nl/).
Richard Coutts, the Team Principal at Baca Architects. Baca is an award-winning, research-led design practice specializing in integrated environmental and high-quality design, author Aquatecture. Buildings and Cities Designed to Live and Work with Water (https://www.baca.uk.com/).
Saif Ul Haque, the Principal based architectural practice Saif Ul Haque Sthapati(SHS) and Director Research and Design Program at the Bengal Institute for Architecture (https://bengal.institute/team/saif-ul-haque/).
Rutger de Graaf is applied research professor of water innovation at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. He is also director and co-founder partner of DeltaSync and Blue21 specializing in floating projects in delta cities world-wide.
International Conference on Amphibious Architecture, Design and Engineering
Conference website: www.icaade.org
Adress: Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Koszykowa 55, 00-659 Warsaw
For more information, please visit the ICAADE website.
Second Event in British Water’s Women in Water Series, Manchester, UK
16 October 2019
“Be your authentic self” – message to women working in water
Turner & Townsend director Tania Flasck shares insights and advice from her own experience ahead of British Water’s Women in Water event
Just 20% of the workforce in the UK water industry is female* – an imbalance the sector is working hard to correct. British Water is leading the way with its second Women in Water event, taking place in Manchester in October.
Tania Flasck, director and head of UK infrastructure at Turner & Townsend, the global professional services consultancy, will be among the speakers. Turner & Townsend is also event sponsor. With over 25 years’ water and utilities experience, Tania is passionate about supporting women in the sector. Here, she shares some insights and tells us why Women in Water is so important.
Why do we need events like Women in Water?
Events like this are hugely important because they provide a safe forum for women to be open about challenges, share their experiences and learn from others. They also provide an opportunity to make good connections, seek out support and grow your network. All of this is valuable for personal development and building confidence.
What do you hope the event will achieve?
I’m expecting some really positive outcomes. We’ll be sharing stories and insights and people should come away with some tools to help them manage their career and balance multiple demands. The previous event was very well received, and this will build on that. We’ve looked at the feedback and requests from the earlier event and will be drilling into some specific topics, such as career goals and confidence building.
What can we expect from the presentations and workshops?
All the speakers are aiming to make the event hands-on and engaging. The day won’t just be one-way dialogue, it will be mainly workshop-style, so fast-paced and hopefully fun. We’ve got a lot to pack in. We’ll all be talking candidly about our experiences and learning and sharing. Inevitably, there will be some great connections made, as there were last time.
What advice would you give women about to enter the water industry?
I’ve got three bits of advice:
Don’t try and be something you’re not – be your authentic self. Leverage your strengths and focus on what you can do well. Don’t dwell on your weaknesses.
Take pride in what you do. Water is a really amazing sector; it truly sustains life. You’ll be making a real difference and I’ve found being part of that so satisfying.
Be open to new challenges. You might automatically think you can’t do something, when you actually can. I see this a lot in people. If you have an opportunity presented to you, always consider it and try to take it. You will always get help and support along the way. Don’t be afraid.
And what would you say to women who don’t feel they’re getting the right career support?
One of the most common things I see is people not asking for help, not reaching out to others. Talk to someone you trust and tell them about the situation, to get an objective view. It’s easy to jump to assumptions about people’s intent but this is often misplaced, so a fresh perspective can be important. If you still don’t feel supported, think through your options, talk these through, create some space to think – clear your mind by going for a walk or doing something different. Think how you can turn the situation around. Think carefully and don’t jump to conclusions or make snap decisions. Nine times out of 10, the real issue is communication, or a lack of. Positive intent is normally there.
What is being done to address the gender imbalance in the water industry?
I’ve noticed that there is a real desire for change with a lot of sharing between companies. The gender imbalance is not going to be fixed overnight but the intent is there, as is a real commitment, from what I can see in most organisations. We need to continue to share approaches across the sector. I sit on the Highways England Supplier Diversity Forum, which includes contractors and consultants, and collaborating in this way is very powerful.
What can be done to encourage more young women to take up STEM careers?
I’m passionate about starting to engage as early as possible. Role models are so important. I was lucky to have a great role model in my mum, who was a forklift truck training instructor. She had a great career in a massively male-dominated world and she loved it. There should be obvious focus on primary and secondary education, and key is normalising all careers with no gender bias or stereotyping. Subtle messaging from teachers and parents makes a real difference, and storytelling can be very powerful. Social media can help with this.
Finally, organisations like ourselves have a huge role in outreach. At Turner & Townsend, we actively encourage all staff to take part in corporate responsibility community work to help with role model visibility. Even if you influence one person, it’s been a success.
What kind of support have you received that has made a difference to your career?
Coaches, sponsors and mentors have all been critical to my career. The late Dr Stephen Bird, who we sadly lost recently, was managing director of South West Water and was one of my first bosses. He intimidated me initially, but I respected him hugely. He was an absolute rock and would always challenge me in a constructive way to think differently. I would not have been able to address some of the challenges in my career without his sage advice.
Finally, what do you hope to get from Women in Water?
I’m really looking forward to learning, sharing, getting involved and making some new connections.
Tania will lead workshops on networking and confidence building at Women in Water.
When: Wed, 16 October 2019, 10am-6pm
Where: MWH Treatment, The Soapworks, Colgate Lane, Salford Quays, Manchester M5 3LZ
More details and to book: https://www.britishwater.co.uk/events/women-in-water-467.aspx
* Figure taken from Energy & Utility Skills https://www.euskills.co.uk/about/our-industries/water/
British Water 1 & 2: British Water’s Women in Water event provides an opportunity to make good connections and grow your network.
British Water 3: Tania Flasck, director and head of UK infrastructure at Turner & Townsend, will lead workshops at Women in Water.
SBID Meet The Buyer event, Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London, UK
24 October 2019
Set to be the biggest to date, the 2019 edition will feature a new series of business seminars, new manufacturers and a new home at Grosvenor House, Park Lane on Thursday 24th October.
The one day annual event brings together the most important designers, architects and specifiers of the international design industry, to meet face to face with innovative manufacturers and suppliers.
Small Lots: Rethinking Infill Development, AIA New York | Center for Architecture, NYC, USA
Thursday, October 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
2019 AIA|LA Design Awards Ceremony + Party, California, USA
Join More than 600 Architects, Designers, and Professionals Active in the Built Environment
at the Television Academy’s Luxurious Saban Media Center Wolf Theater
Relax Over Drinks in a Luscious Courtyard
Enjoy Food by an Award-Winning Chef
Take in the Show in the State-of-the-Art Theater
Be with Colleagues and Friends
Sharpe Interior Systems, Inc. presents:
The 2019 AIA|LA Design Awards Ceremony + Party
Date: Monday, October 28, 2019
Where: Saban Media Center Wolf Theater
Address: 5210 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601
Regular Ticket Prices (available through 10.04.19):
AIA Architect and Allied Affiliate Members – $235
Associate Members – $145
General Public – $295
Tickets remain available after close of early bird price until event sells out, but increase in price.
American Institute of Architects Los Angeles, 3780 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 701, corner of Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90010
Regen, George’s Hall, Liverpool, England, UK
6 November 2019
Regen 2019 – the 6th Annual free-to-attend Exhibition, Conference & Networking Event for the UK Regeneration Industry.
Urban & rural regeneration is a massive industry in its own right, and continues to transform the prosperity of every town and city in the UK, and is the precise reason that Regen was launched 5 years ago. For example, even though the event is National, in Liverpool alone, there are currently 187 regeneration projects actually on site now, worth a staggering £3 Billion. Regeneration alone in the UK is reported to be currently valued at a staggering £200 Billion.
Regen has attracted 1,500+ registered delegates every year, and is now firmly established as the regeneration industry’s leading forum in the U.K.
For the 50+ exhibitors, Regen is expected to once again sell out of available exhibition space, and will provide significant sales and business development opportunities whilst also offering an outstanding networking platform. Delegates from around the UK from all the following sectors, will converge on Liverpool, and as such represents a unique opportunity not to be missed.
• Urban & rural regeneration industry professionals
• Procurement Depts. of Town, City & County Councils, Local Planning Authorities
• Main contractors, construction companies
• Commercial, industrial & residential property developers
• Housing associations & house builders
• Town planners & urban design
• Civil & structural engineers
• Architects, specifiers, building designers & surveyors
• Local & central government agencies
• Investment agencies
• Product manufacturers, service suppliers & consultants
“Fantastic two days at Regen. Great to meet so many new contacts”
“Excellent event, well organised and good turnout, not to speak of the marvellous venue”
“A fantastic event, really worthwhile, thank you. We look forward to next year”
“The team had a fantastic time at Regen in Liverpool. Thanks for a great event”
“Time for the stand to come down at Regen – thanks for a great show”
“Thanks to the Regen Team for a great event over the last 2 days. What a superb venue too”
After the huge success of the 5 previous events, the Conference has firmly become the industry’s leading forum for thought leadership in UK regeneration and economic development.
The 24 speaker Conference can be found on the relevant page of our website, and will once again address the latest issues in urban & rural regeneration, policy and implementation, highlighting the key successes made in major towns and cities, in areas such as city centre and waterfront redevelopments.
As Regeneration is about people, place, economic growth and investment which can create sustainable and resilient communities, the Conference will examine the challenges that face towns and cities, in terms of economic development, housing, construction and neighbourhood renewal, and will bring delegates together with policy experts, real-life case studies and industry leaders.
The Drinks Reception / Networking Evening
As the Exhibition & Conference finishes for the day on Wednesday 6 November, we move straight into the free–to–attend, complimentary 2 hour champagne drinks reception & networking evening with hundreds of industry colleagues, from 5.00pm – 7.00pm.
Timber Pavilion at Dubai Design Week 2019, Dubai, UAE
11-16 Nov 2019
image courtesy of architects
Timber Pavilion at Dubai Design Week 2019
Best Interior Festival 2019, Moscow, Russia
19 Nov 2019
The Second Russian Architectural Festival BIF, which aims to discover the latest trends in interior design and to expand creative communications between public groups and professional associations, will open on November 19 in The Central House of the Architect, Moscow.
Born on the international architectural festival Zodchestvo two years ago, the Best Interior Festival has become an independent guide to the world of high-quality interior design and a driver of interaction between professional associations, society, business communities, and public authorities.
This year the festival will turn into a unique platform for demonstrating works of professionals and exchanging experience between Russian and foreign architects and designers. Workshops and masterclasses from leading specialists will unfold throughout The Central House of the Architect. For the first time in the history of BIF, participants will be able to exhibit their paintings, statues, mosaics and other art objects for auction. Bidding will be held both on the electronic platform of the festival and offline.
The theme of the exposition this year is «Overcoming». The curators of BIF Tatyana Osetskaya and Alexander Salov urge the participants and the audience to overcome their internal borders, and also time and space in their projects and works.
«Overcoming space is the experience of all its characteristics and characteristics. Any object lives through several stages of its development, from the idea to the implementation»,
Tatyana Osetskaya, Alexander Salov
Within the framework of the festival, the Russian architectural competition with international participation The National Award «Best Interior» will take place with the goal to search for new original interior solutions, reveal the potential of the contestants and support young professionals.
Competitive works will be considered in two sections:
— Implemented residential interior, that includes the nominations Apartments and Houses;
— Implemented public interior, which includes the nominations HoReCa (hotels, restaurants, cafes), Commercial interior (shopping centers, shops, clubs, showrooms, fitness centers, spas, cinemas, gyms, offices), Social facilities (educational institutions, kindergartens, libraries, and medical institutions).
Applications are accepted until September 14, submission of competitive works — until October 20, 2019.
The General partner of the festival and the competition is KNAUF — the largest company in the production of building materials, which is known not only for its attentive attitude to its customers and employees but also for its openness to the introduction the innovative technologies in production and care for the environment.
The Union of Architects of Russia,
The Central House of the Architect, Russia
Urban Design & Landscape Expo 2019: UDLE, Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE
25 – 28 November 2019
Middle East’s only dedicated trade fair for urban, green and open spaces
This architectural event runs alongside The Big 5.
New York Build, Javits Center, New York City, USA
March 3 – 4, 2020
The largest construction show in New York and the Tri-State. Officially supported by the State of New York, the show features 200+ speakers, 250+ exhibitors, 20,000+ attendees.
Dallas Architecture Forum Architectural Events, Texas, USA
Bartlett School of Architecture Events, London, England, UK
The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, marks 100 years of radical thinking with Bartlett 100:
A full programme of events throughout the year will engage the public in the work of The Bartlett across the built environment.
Architectural Aspirations: A Guided Tour of the RIBA, London, England, UK
Every second Saturday of the month, 2.30pm to 3.30pm, and every fourth Tuesday of the month, 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD
£10 per person
Visit the home of architecture and hear about the places and faces behind George Grey Wornum’s winning design for the RIBA on Portland Place. Our dedicated educators will walk you through the history and design of our landmark building before concluding the tour with an introduction to our forthcoming exhibition.
Website: Guided Tour of the RIBA Event
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.
RIBA + VitrA Talks, London, England, UK
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.
ESSEX Architecture Weekend
photograph © Catherine Hyland. Courtesy Focal Point Gallery
San Francisco Architecture Events, California, USA
image Courtesy SF:AIA
San Francisco Architecture Events
Rice Design Alliance Events, Texas, USA
AA School Architecture Events, London, UK
V&A Architecture Events, London, UK
Architecture Centre Bristol Events, England
University of Melbourne School of Design Architecture Event, Melbourne, Australia
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