The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat news – Award of Excellence Winners for the CTBUH 2020 Awards Program announced, innovative skyscraper buildngs from around the world.
Royal Institute of British Architects news: International demand for UK architecture expertise soars – RIBA publishes 2019 business trends report.
The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, launches The Bartlett Promise to offer scholarships worth a total of £1.2 million per year to students from under-represented backgrounds.
Storefront for Art and Architecture news – job listing for Development and Communications Associate position: support the organization in all fundraising and communications activities.
Christoph Hesse Architects at Aedes Architecture Forum Berlin – this German design studio addresses the notion of sustainable life, work and recreation in rural regions through diverse approaches.
Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and London Marathon Events Ltd launch a competition to design a new mile-marker structure for every one of the 26 miles on the iconic London Marathon course.
Siza Pavilion at the China International Furniture Fair in Shanghai & accompanying International Architecture Design Forum: cooperation between CAMERICH, CIFF and Aedes Architecture Forum Berlin.
Dorte Mandrup at Aedes Architecture Forum Berlin – Danish architects office awarded AW architect of the year by Hamburg-based AW Architektur & Wohnen Magazine.
The Next 100 Years exhibition at The Bartlett invites the public to help create a manifesto for the built environment, held in the gallery at 22 Gordon St Headquarters it invites public to pose the questions that will define the next 100 years of the built environment.
The Bartlett School of Architecture marks 100 years of radical thinking with a year-long programme of events and a new website, engaging the public in built environment work.
New Dean of The Bartlett School of Architecture announced, Professor Christoph Lindner, as school of architecture marks its 100th anniversary, voted No. 1 in the world to study architecture and the built environment in QS World Rankings.
Tallinn Architecture Biennale proudly announces the winning proposal for the TAB 2019 Installation Programme Competition“Huts and Habitats” to be “Steampunk” by SoomeenHahm Design, Igor Pantic and Fologram.
In connection to exhibition “Crisply Nordic. Architect Erik Bryggman”, lecture by curator Mikko Laaksonen re important 20th century Finnish architect, drawing parallels with Estonian architecture.
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