The AIANY New Practices Committee officially announced the winners of the 2014 New Practices New York competition at the Center for Architecture in New York this week.
The portfolio competition acknowledges young architecture and design firms and promotes their innovative work. Qualified firms had to be founded no earlier than 2004 and be based in New York City's five boroughs. — bustler.net
Out of 64 entries, the jury selected six winners:Pictured project above: NAMELESS ArchitectureBittertangdlandstudio architecture + landscapeFake Industries Architectural Agonismform-ulaPARA-ProjectFind out more about each winner on Bustler.Images courtesy of the 2014 New Practices New York...
AIA has announced the 18 recipients of the 2014 Young Architects Award. The annual award distinguishes strong leadership and significant contributions made in the early careers of young professional architects, defined as those who are licensed no more than 10 years, regardless of age. — bustler.net
This year's recipients are:Illya Azaroff, AIAThomas Bradley Benjamin, AIAJoshua Flowers, AIAWyatt Frantom, AIANathan Kalaher, AIAEvelyn M. Lee, AIATimothy W. Maddox, AIADaniel Overbey, AIAMark Pasnik, AIAMichael P. Pfeffer, AIAJason Dale Pierce, AIAMark A. Schwamel, AIAMatt Slagle, AIAChristian B...
Heads up to our Angeleno readers looking for weekend plans, come to the opening reception of "Materials & Applications: Building Something (Beyond) Beautiful, Projects 2002 - 2013", taking place on Jan. 25 from 6 to 8 p.m at the University Art Museum in Cal State Long Beach. — bustler.net
Starting tomorrow, the M&A exhibition will feature works of the most active, up-and-coming names in California architecture.Below is a handful of the works in the show:Bubbles by FoxLinFat Fringe by LayerLight Frames by Gail BordenYakuza Lou by Eddy SykesFind the complete list of exhibitors...
With the help of young UK architects, London housing association Peabody is already looking to the future of social housing with their "Small Projects Panel" competition launched this past November.
Peabody recently announced 20 shortlisted proposals that have advanced to the last stage. Each team will be interviewed before the jury picks 6-8 firms by the end of January. The winning firms will help Peabody develop new housing schemes that have a maximum of 20 homes. — bustler.net
Check out some of the shortlisted projects. Project author: Coffey Architects Project author: Studio Octopi Project author: Stephen Taylor Architects Project author: Allsop Gollings Architects Project author: Studio Sam Causer and Geraldine Dening Project author: Paul Archer Design See more of...
In the ongoing discussion of the future of the architectural profession, New Generations has announced the Rotterdam-based firm Killing Architects as the winner of their first competition.
All architects and creatives under 40 were invited to submit short films that show innovative forms of architectural practice and their own interpretation of the shifting role of the architect -- in both a construction industry and societal context. — bustler.net
Young Architects Competitions recently announced the winning projects for Post-Quake Visions. The international ideas competition aimed to encourage research and new ideas for the reconstruction of the Italian City of Crevalcore, which was struck by a May 2012 earthquake that destroyed hundreds of ancient buildings.
Out of 356 teams from over 54 countries, the jury selected 3 prize winners, 4 "gold" honorable mentions, and 8 honorable mentions. — bustler.net
These are the top three winners: 1st Prize winner: 271219VC Team: Caterina Spadoni, Valentina Brunetti 2nd Prize winner: playhouse Team: Luca Nicoletto, Emanuele Paladin, Marco Paronuzzi 3rd Prize winner: Neves Lopes Architects Team: Fabio Ferreira Neves, Paulo Lopes To see more projects, click...
IS ARCH revealed the winning projects of the third edition IS ARCH Awards on Dec. 9. Out of 159 submissions from students and young architects, the competition resulted in three winners, 10 Honorable Mentions, and 30 Finalists. — bustler.net
Here are the top three winners: 1st Prize: ENCLOSING LANDSCAPE By Ana Bruto da Costa, Joana Gonçalves, João Moreira 2nd Prize: ARCH FRAME By Kang Ji Ho, Shim Hun Yong, Hwang Ki Soo 3rd Prize: HELSINKI CENTRAL LIBRARY By Elena Capodarca, Luca Caroti To see more projects, check out...
"The differences in unemployment rates, participation rates, and average earnings between whites, blacks, and Hispanics aren't just stark. They're also sturdy, rarely yielding over the last 40 years.
Whites account for about 81 percent of the workforce. But there are 33 occupations counted by the BLS (particularly those on farms, around heavy machines, in doctor's offices, and in C-suites) where whites officially account for nine in ten of all workers, or more. Here they are." — The Atlantic Online
while my own experience doesn't fully bear this out, it's sadly not surprising to see us end up on a list like this (if the numbers are true). in short, yes, it seems fully plausible that our profession is really as white as the walls we paint. i'm not teaching on a full time basis any more...
Jimenez Lai continues to take the world by storm: the founder of Chicago-based Bureau Spectacular was announced last night as the winner of the first Lisbon Triennale Millennium BCP Début Award for architects under 35. The announcement took place at Lisbon’s Electricity Museum marking the first day of the opening week of Close, Closer, the third Lisbon Architecture Triennale. — bustler.net
Three category winners have been selected in the NEXT LANDMARK 2013 competition, the second edition of the international contest for new millennium graduates organized by Floornature. Young participating architects and designers could submit their work to one of the three categories – First Work, Research, and Photography. — bustler.net
bam! bottega di architettura metropolitana recently completed He, the winning installation of the Young Architects Program (YAP) MAXXI 2013 in Rome — bustler.net
Young LA-based architect Samuel Pitnick has shared with us his entry to the 2012-13 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) competition for architecture students and recent graduates. This year's competition, titled TIMBER IN THE CITY: Urban Habitats Competition, was a a partnership between the Binational Softwood Lumber Council, the ACSA and the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons The New School for Design. — bustler.net
The annual IS ARCH competition for architecture students and young architects has announced the winners of its second edition.
The competition jury, composed of Sou Fujimoto, Benedetta Tagliabue (EMBT), Tomislav Dushanov (Herzog & De Meuron), Taba Rasti (Foster + Partners ), Rik Nys (David Chipperfield Architects), and Carlos Ferrater (Technical University of Catalonia), looked through 153 submitted projects from all over the world. — bustler.net
The Architectural League of New York today announced the six winners of Range, the thirty-second annual Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers. The League Prize is one of North Americaʼs most prestigious awards for young architects. — bustler.net
This yearʼs winners are: Rafael Luna and Dongwoo Yim, PRAUD, Boston and Seoul Skylar J.E. Tibbits, SJET, Boston Luis Callejas, Lcla Office, Cambridge and Medellín Brandon Clifford and Wes McGee, Matter Design, Boston and Ann Arbor Marc Fornes, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY, Brooklyn Bryan Young...
One very fascinating runner-up for New York's MoMA PS1 YAP is MY HAIR IS AT MOMA PS1 by TempAgency, a collaboration between the two individual offices Kutonotuk (Leena Cho, Matthew Jull) and mcdowellespinosa (Rychiee Espinosa, Seth McDowell). — bustler.net
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