Explore mitigating human suffering via design in this New School symposium
As cities densify and the global population increases, much has been made of reclaiming physical spaces: but how does one reclaim a place that is bound up in tragedy, whether that tragedy was natural or man-made? On March 3rd and 4th, Parsons the New School for Design will host a symposium... View full entry
Learn about desert-living design in Design Marfa's 2015 Symposium and Home Tour, Sept. 18 + 19
Design Marfa is ready to share fresh insight into desert-living design in their 2015 Symposium and Home Tour, happening on September 18 and 19 at the Crowley Theatre in the Texan town of Marfa.Hosted by Design Marfa — the non-profit who created the Marfa Multi-Family Housing Competition — the... View full entry
Design Marfa sheds light on desert-living design in 2015 Symposium this September
Design Marfa — the non-profit that hosted the Marfa Multi-Family Housing Competition this past fall — announced the details to their 2015 Symposium and Home Tour taking place September 18-19 at the Crowley Theater in the Texan desert town of Marfa. Although the topics focus on desert... View full entry
REMINDER: Register now for Facades+ in Chicago
If you haven't already done so, register now for the Facades+ conference taking place on July 24 and 25 in Chicago, IL.Presented by The Architect's Newspaper and Enclos, the conference will discuss the fast-paced evolution of façade technology and explore innovative, sustainable design practices... View full entry
Symposium sheds light on Nelson
In the lecture series “Context and Collaboration” given by Paul Makovsky of Metropolis Magazine, Pullman and architect Jane Thompson of the Thompson Design Group, Nelson was described as rejecting the Howard Roark paradigm of the “hero architect” due to his socially conscious approach and his choice to work on interiors during the mid-20th century when furniture design was considered “feminine.”
Viewers examine music, architecture intersection
UT students and Austin residents gathered to explore the relationship between music and architecture through artistic performances Wednesday afternoon.
Participants in the Music in Architecture competition created performances to explore how music can be inspired by architecture.