Take a breather at an exhibition or a panel discussion as the holiday frenzy begins. As always, New York City is abuzz with creative folks expanding the possibilities of how architectural design and practice can be reinterpreted, bringing attention to what in the urban environment is constantly overlooked. For anyone curious about what local happenings to fit into your weekly schedules, Archinect and Bustler have compiled a snappy list of events in New York City that are worth checking out.
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LEANING OUT IV | Women in Landscape Architecture - AIANY Global Dialogues | November 29, recommended by Nicholas Korody
Women currently account for more than half of all architecture students—but that figure drops dramatically in professional contexts. This is in part because the discipline remains riddled with structural—and explicit—sexism. The same goes, of course, for Landscape Architecture. Find out more about the role of women in the field at "Leaning Out IV".
Stephen Graham and Keller Easterling, in conversation: “Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers” | November 29, recommended by Justine Testado
Listen in on a book talk about our vertical cities and “the geographies of inequality” between architect Keller Easterling and Newcastle University professor Stephen Graham, who recently published the book “Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers”. Free and open to the public, but RSVP is required.
Tatiana Bilbao - Current Work: Urban Domesticity | November 29, recommended by Amelia Taylor-Hochberg
Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO, Acuña Sustainable House in Acuña, Mexico, 2015. Photo by Iwan Baan, via archleague.org.
Tatiana Bilbao's work champions the architectural ideal of working to elevate everyday humans' urban experience. Gain valuable insight into her work and practice with this lecture, hosted by the Architectural League.
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