Events

18 November 2019

Chicago
Events, Lectures

PHANTOM. Mies as Rendered Society by Andrés Jaque: Backstage Notes on Collecting Architecture  

PHANTOM. Mies as Rendered Society is a provocative site-specific intervention developed by Andrés Jaque for the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe–designed Barcelona Pavilion in 2012 and recently reconceived and acquired by the Art Institute of Chicago. Join...


to 22 November 2019

Ithaca
Events, Exhibitions

Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968  

Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968 is a traveling exhibition that highlights the history of activism in architecture. The Civil Rights and Women's Movements impacted every facet of U.S. society, including...


to 23 November 2019

Los Angeles
Events, Exhibitions

Cedric Price: Room for Learning?  

WUHO Gallery presents Cedric Price: Room for Learning, an exhibition by Samantha Hardingham, Scrap Marshall, and Jan Nauta. The exhibition will run through November 23rd.The exhibition focuses on four of Cedric Price’s truly radical projects on and...


to 24 November 2019

New Windsor
Events, Exhibitions

Outlooks: Jean Shin  

For the seventh iteration of Storm King Art Center’s Outlooks series, artist Jean Shin has chosen to respond to a conservation project on Storm King’s grounds: twenty-four declining maple trees are being replaced with black gum, or tupelo, trees that...


to 24 November 2019

Los Angeles, CA
Events, Exhibitions

The Los Angeles Schools  

The Los Angeles Schools is a collection of work and statements from the community of architecture students in Los Angeles. Los Angeles is a center for architectural production, investigation, and research and produces the leaders of tomorrow in the...


to 29 November 2019

Los Angeles
Events, Exhibitions

Second Home Serpentine Pavilion  

Second Home, the London-based social business committed to supporting entrepreneurship and creativity in cities around the world, and the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County (NHMLAC) will present the acclaimed 2015 Serpentine Pavilion...


to 1 December 2019

Columbus
Events, Exhibitions, Travel + Excursions

Exhibit Columbus  

Exhibit Columbus, the annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community, continues to celebrate the design legacy of Columbus, Indiana, with the opening of its second major exhibition the weekend of August 23-24, with two days of...


to 14 December 2019

Santa Monica
Events, Exhibitions

DENSE-CITY: Housing for Quality of Life and Social Capital  

DENSE-CITY: Housing for Quality of Life and Social Capital is an exhibition of projects by Los Angeles architecture studio Brooks + Scarpa exploring urban development, cultural equity, and access to public space. Housing supply has been slow to meet...


to 14 December 2019

New York, NY
Events, Exhibitions

Ministry for All  

Buildings are often positioned as beacons of progress and symbols of growth and power. Their foundations, dug solidly into the earth, aim to give shape to new visions for future social ideals and to frame the identities of the territories in which they...


to 29 December 2019

New York
Events, Exhibitions

Life and Limbs  

Life and Limbs, Swiss Institute Annual Architecture and Design Series, Curated by Anna-Sophie BergerOpening Reception: September 24, 6-8PMImage: Detail from Jacques Carelman, Catalog of Fantastic Things, (Ballantine Books, New York, 1971)


to 5 January 2020

St. Louis, MO
Events, Exhibitions

Ai Weiwei: Bare Life  

This fall the newly expanded and renovated Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum will reopen with a major exhibition of work by Ai Weiwei. The renowned Chinese dissident artist and activist is internationally known for rigorous, compassionate, and complex...


to 5 January 2020

Los Angeles
Events, Exhibitions

[ a kit of these some parts] x budget gym ]  

[ a kit of these some parts ] x budget gym ] is a temporary architecture in-service of the activity: in this case, the activity of working out.  Co-opting the architectural formulas of rentable event-tents or trade show booths, where poles,...


to 5 January 2020

Chicago
Events, Exhibitions, Fairs + Conferences

Chicago Architecture Biennial  

The second edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial (CAB) was the largest architecture and design exhibition in North America, showcasing the transformative global impact of creativity and innovation in these fields. The 2017 Biennial featured over...


to 11 January 2020

Chicago, IL
Events, Exhibitions

Tatiana Bilbao Estudio: Unraveling Modern Living  

Mexico City-based architecture office Tatiana Bilbao Estudio creates an immersive installation that transforms a former domestic space to explore new forms of collectivity. The installation is activated by collaborative projects, on-site talks, and...


to 18 January 2020

New York
Events, Exhibitions

Fringe Cities: Legacies of Renewal in the Small American City  

Fringe Cities: Legacies of Renewal in the Small American City, curated and designed by MASS Design Group, explores the Fringe City, defined as small cities on the periphery of large metropolises, many of which were severely impacted by urban...


to 20 January 2020

New York
Events, Exhibitions

Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial  

Designers are forging meaningful connections with nature, inspired by its properties and resources. Their collaborative processes—working with nature and in teams across multiple disciplines—are optimistic responses at this moment when humans contend...


to 26 January 2020

Cambridge
Events, Competitions + Awards

Wheelwright Prize 2020  

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Harvard Graduate School of Design’s 2020 Wheelwright PrizeThe Harvard Graduate School of Design (Harvard GSD) is pleased to announce the 2020 cycle of the Wheelwright Prize, an open international competition that awards $100,000...


to 26 January 2020

New York, NY
Events, Exhibitions

Made in Tokyo  

Tokyo, the transforming metropolis, has experienced a variety of social, economic and political shifts. The 1964 Summer Games, hosted by Tokyo, was the trigger to facilitate the rapid improvement of infrastructure. And the city is still changing—in...


to 28 January 2020

New York
Events, Competitions + Awards

2020 Skyscraper Competition  

eVolo Magazine is pleased to invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in the 2020 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most...


to 16 February 2020

West Hollywood, CA
Events, Exhibitions

Soft Schindler  

Soft Schindler begins with traces of pink paint on redwood—faint evidence of when in late 1949 Pauline Schindler, estranged from her architect husband but living in half of the house they built together, painted her side of the interior salmon pink. To...


to 17 February 2020

New York
Events, Exhibitions

Resident Alien: Austrian Architects in America  

Opening Reception and Panel Talks: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 | 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.The Austrian Cultural Forum New York is pleased to present Resident Alien, curated by Stephen Phillips and Axel Schmitzberger, an exhibition that explores the cultural...


23 November 2019 to 29 March 2020

Pittsburgh
Events, Exhibitions

Lina Bo Bardi Draws  

“Drawing, with its slow and intimate gestures, was her way of dwelling in the world. Drawing was one of her solitary anchors in a constantly transforming existence. Drawing conveyed, at the tip of her hands, a representational purpose and also a...


20 February to 14 August 2020

New York
Events, Exhibitions

Countryside, The Future  

According to architect and urbanist Rem Koolhaas, the fact that 50 percent of the global population now lives in cities has become an excuse to ignore the other 98 percent of the world’s surface: the countryside. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum has...


to 20 December 2020

San Francisco

Far Out: Suits, Habs, and Labs for Outer Space  

Fifty years since the first footsteps on the Moon, the exploration of the cosmos remains irresistible, and the ambition to establish commercial space travel and planetary settlements continues to capture the imagination. Far Out: Suits, Habs, and Labs...


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