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Why Not Things? PUUUULP on display

Los Angeles nonprofit Materials & Applications (M&A) curates exhibitions and commissions work by architects, designers, and artists to provide a platform for experimental architecture. Its newest exhibition, Why Not Things? PUUUULP on display, foregrounds the personal protective equipment (PPE) and other basic supplies that became critical survival tools during the pandemic. “This project is really

Co-Living California: A Community Housing Experiment

Cupertino, California

As more of us flock to urban living in quest of enhanced lives and professions, there is a paradigm shift in the way we live, work, and play. Today, more than half the world’s population lives in cities. The century has witnessed a dramatic population shift from rural to urban to experience the growth dynamism

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Electrifying Design: A Century of Lighting

Museum of Fine Arts Houston 1001 Bissonnet, Houston

This spring, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is hosting Electrifying Design: A Century of Lighting, a show looking at the history of lighting design around the world over the past century. It is the first large-scale exhibition in the U.S. to examine lighting design as a catalyst for technological and artistic innovation. Since the

Barilla New Pasta Shape – International Competition

Contest Brief New packaging design contest on Desall.com: Barilla and Desall invite you to look for new dry pasta shapes in order to offer an innovative and unique consumer experience. The pasta shape will be functionally combined in the condiment, shaking,containing or keeping the sauce in order to create a polychromatic effect and get a

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Japan Society Presents: When Practice Becomes Form: Carpentry Tools From Japan

Japan Society 333 E 47th Street, New York City

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Japan Society’s landmark building, the institution is pleased to present the new exhibition, When Practice Becomes Form: Carpentry Tools from Japan. The exhibition celebrates the spirit of architecture and craftsmanship through Japanese woodworking tools as well as architectural patterns and various models. The site-specific installation, conceived by the

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Houston 2020 Visions

Houston 2020 Visions, an exhibition at the AIA Houston’s Architecture Center Houston (ArCH) space, displays the results of an initiative that began in 2018 in response to the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey the year before. Since then, two design competitions have been put into motion, titled Complete the Community: An Affordable Housing and Design

ARCA Wynwood Jenga Exhibition

Arca Wynwood 260 NW 27th St, Miami

ARCA, a leading group in the stone, tile and wood industry, is welcoming the public to its newly opened design warehouse to view an exhibition by international and local designers and makers “Balance as it Relates to the Environment.” The theme of the exhibition is restorative design, where hand-picked designers were tasked with using 38 recycled

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Society of Architectural Historians 2021 Virtual Conference

Virtual event

The SAH 2021 Virtual Conference will bring scholars, practitioners, professionals, and students in architectural history and related fields together online to share new research on the history of the built environment, engage in thought-provoking conversations, and connect with colleagues from around the world. The Virtual Conference will take place between Tuesday, April 13, and Saturday,

Pivot to China: How Jin Mao Portended Future Supertalls: Lecture at The Skyscraper Museum

The Skyscraper Museum 39 Battery Place, New York

Mark Sarkisian, PE, SE, LEED®AP, Structural and Seismic Engineering Partner, SOM Mark Sarkisian is the structural and seismic engineering partner in SOM’s San Francisco office. He holds fourteen U.S. and international patents for high-performance seismic structural mechanisms and environmentally responsible structural systems. Mark has designed more than 100 major building projects around the world, including

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ARCA Wynwood Jenga Exhibition

Arca Wynwood 260 NW 27th St, Miami

ARCA, a leading group in the stone, tile and wood industry, is welcoming the public to its newly opened design warehouse to view an exhibition by international and local designers and makers “Balance as it Relates to the Environment.” The theme of the exhibition is restorative design, where hand-picked designers were tasked with using 38 recycled

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The (Whole) Story of the 1893 Midway

Chicago Architecture Center 111 East Wacker Dr., Chicago

During the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, the Midway Plaisance offered visitors an array of food and fun, ways to visit far-off places, the first-ever Ferris Wheel and other diversions. But the Midway was more than that. The whole story of the Midway Plaisance goes beyond the highlights we all know. Still in place today

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Versatility of Epoxy Terrazzo

New technologies and materials have allowed terrazzo to respond to the needs of new construction projects and to be used in a wide variety of ways in cutting-edge building design. Learn about the evolution of terrazzo topping, terrazzo flooring systems, and the environmental advantages of using terrazzo. You’ll be inspired to see how versatile a

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