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  • One-Night Stand.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    For the third year in a row, Los Angeles will have a One-Night Stand. A group of emerging architects and artists are coming together for one night to leave their temporary marks of imagination and exuberance upon the visitors of the affair.

    One-Night Stand, “Last Call.” Jennifer Bonner, Kyle Miller, and Volkan Alkanoglu, guest curators.
    Saturday, 05/20
    07:00–100:00 p.m.
    2025 W 3rd St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90057

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  • Thom Mayne.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Thom Mayne, Pritzker Prize-winning architect and founding principal at the interdisciplinary architectural firm Morphosis, was appointed the first “Critic at Large” in Pratt Institute’s Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program within the School of Architecture this spring. In association with his appointment, Mayne will serve as critic for core and advanced M.Arch Studios. The day of reviews will conclude with a reception.

    Thursday, 05/05
    9.00 a.m.–07.00 p.m. / Higgins Hall
    Pratt Institute
    61 St. James Place
    Brooklyn, New York 10038

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  • Philip BEESLEY.
    new york NEW YORK

    Philip Beesley will be providing a lecture at The City College of New York, Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, on Thursday, March 27, 2017 at 6.30 p.m. The lecture will be held in the school’s Sciame Auditorium and is free and open to the public.

    lecture: Philip BEESLEY, “Dissipative Models: Towards Living Systems in Architecture.”
    Thursday, 04/27
    6.30 p.m. / Sciame Auditorium
    The City College of New York
    141 Convent Avenue
    New York, NY 10031

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  • . Marcelo SPINA">in conversation: Meejin YOON & . Marcelo SPINA

    Pratt Sessions 01.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    The Pratt Sessions are a new format of lecture organized by the GAUD to encourage student participation in a discussion oriented format. Seen as a “distributed symposium” each session brings together two participants; one regionally based and one non-regionally based. Participants will frame their work (or a portion of it) around a disciplinary subject/provocation. . . . The first session brings together Meejin Yoon (Principal Höweler + Yoon Architecture [Boston] and Chair, MIT) and Marcelo Spina (Principal, Patterns and Instructor, SCI-Arc)

    in conversation: Meejin YOON & Marcelo SPINA.
    Pratt Session 01, “Architectural Mediums”
    Thursday, 02/09
    6.00 p.m. / Higgins Hall, auditorium
    Pratt Institute
    61 St. James Place
    Brooklyn, New York 10038

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  • Molly MASON & Zherui WANG, "Culture Cultures: The Biosentient City."
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    Existing between formal and informal systems and ranging widely in quality, typology, and audience, urban housing is a bellwether for economic, social, and political change. Housing’s complexity and flexibility offers unique and exciting opportunities for architects, however, its source in private equity and public agencies often challenges its ambitions.

    symposium: “Under Pressure,” Urban Housing Symposium.
    Friday, 10/28
    Meyerson Hall, Lower Gallery
    PennDesign
    210 South 34th Street
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  • "Aesthetic Activism."
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    Architects, artists and leading philosophers including Graham Harman, Timothy Morton, Jacques Rancière and Elaine Scarry will discuss the role of aesthetics in architecture in the 21st century, at the Aesthetic Activism symposium at the Yale School of Architecture. . . .

    symposium: “Aesthetic Activism.”
    Friday, 10/13–Sunday, 10/15
    Hastings Hall / Paul Rudolph Hall
    Yale School of Architecture
    180 York Street
    New Haven, Connecticut 06511

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  • Kelly BAIR (Central Standard Office of Design), Tight Fade.
    muncie INDIANA

    Tight Fade: On Architectural Gradation is a exhibition of recent work by Central Standard Office of Design. . . .

    exhibition: Kelly BAIR (Central Standard Office of Design), “Tight Fade: On Architectural Gradation.”
    Monday, 04/04 (opening and lecture)
    12.00 p.m. / College of Architecture & Planning
    Ball State University
    Muncie, Indiana 47306

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  • Closed Worlds.
    new york NEW YORK

    What do outer space capsules, submarines, and office buildings have in common? Each was conceived as a closed system: a self-sustaining physical environment demarcated from its surroundings by a boundary that does not allow for the transfer of matter or energy.

    exhibition: Lydia KALLIPOLITI (curator), “Closed Worlds.”
    Tuesday, 02/16 (opening) – Saturday, 04/09
    7.00–9.00 p.m. / Storefront for Art and Architecture
    97 Kenmare Street
    New York, NY 10012

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  • workshop & symposium: Body Architectures: The 3D Printing Revolution
    miami FLORIDA

    Florida International University is hosting a symposium on ‘Body Architectures: The 3D Printing Revolution’ on Saturday 6 February at their Miami Beach Urban Studios, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida.
    workshop & symposium: “Body Architectures: The 3D Printing Revolution” with Niccolo CASAS, Behnaz FARAHI, Madeline Gannon, Eric GOLDEMBERG, & Neil LEACH.
    Saturday, 02/06 (opening) – Saturday, 04/09
    9.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. / FIU College of Architecture + The Arts
    Miami Beach Urban Studios
    420 Lincoln Road, Suite 440
    Miami Beach, FL 33139

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  • Jonathan LOUIE & Stephen ZAIMA, "Big Will and Friends." Diagram.
    syracuse NEW YORK

    Popular for representing figures and historical symbols in the domestic home. Wallpaper is a two dimensional decoration applied to architectural surfaces as a “makeshift” ornamental device that perceptually alters an environment.

    exhibition: Jonathan LOUIE & Stephen ZAIMA, “Big Will and Friends.”
    Thursday, 01/21 (5:15 p.m. opening) – Thursday, 02/18
    5.45 p.m. performance / Rodger Mack Gallery, Shaffer Art Building
    Syracuse University
    Syracuse, NY 13244

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