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February 2019

February 7 @ 11:59 pm

Young Bird Plan 2018 Guanish Product Design International Competition

In recent years, countless brands have upgraded their products, and made products more attractive to young consumers, especially those top luxury brands. In this August, Burberry, the traditional luxury brand in UK, adopted bold letters as its logo instead of the original knight image and published its new logo graph. Besides, in late 2016, Burberry invited young idol Kris Wu as its brand endorser. Undoubtedly, the world is continuously re-constructed and everything deserves to be redone in the era of…

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February 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Robbins Lecture with Hu Li and Wenjing Juang

The Fisher Center, 19 E 31st St
New York, NY 10016 United States

I am very pleased to announce that Hu Li and Wenjing Huang, founding partners of Beijing-based OPEN Architecture will deliver the annual Robbins Lecture on Friday, February 8, at the Fisher Center in NYC. Reception 5:30 pm Lecture: 6:30pm Seating is limited. Please RSVP here: https://lnkd.in/eBs8aSv Recently, Open completed the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art Dune Art Museum—a cave-like museum carved into a sand dune along China’s Gold Coast. The new 10,000-square foot facility featuring galleries, studios, and a café…

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February 11 @ 12:00 pm

2018 Chicago Prize Competition: Crossing the Line

We are pleased to announce updates for the ongoing 2018 Chicago Prize Competition: Crossing the Line COMPETITION EXTENDED: We are announcing an extension to the submission and registration deadline. Submissions will now be due 12 noon U.S. Central Time on February 11th, 2019.   The crossing of an imaginary line 100 years ago resulted in the death of an African-American teenager named Eugene Williams, inciting the Chicago Race Riot of 1919. This chain of events demonstrates the power of lines – conceptual and…

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February 11 @ 5:00 pm


The BDA Prize, an annual design and ideas competition, exists to generate forward-looking ideas to better our community through design and dialogue. The 2019 theme, INVISIBLE C’VILLE, calls for imaginative and provocative works on paper that identify and describe a generally overlooked -- yet essential -- quality, system, spatial practice, experience or story that characterizes Charlottesville. The goal of INVISIBLE C’VILLE is to create a kaleidoscopic view of our community. “Real” Charlottesville emerges from individual truths overlaid, overlapped, uncovered, and expressed. We…

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February 11 @ 5:00 pm

Architectural League Prize for Young Architects + Designers 2019: JUST

Young architects and designers are invited to submit work to the annual Architectural League Prize Competition. Projects of all types, either theoretical or real, and executed in any medium, are welcome. The jury will select work for presentation in lectures, digital media, and an exhibition in June 2019. Winners will receive a cash prize of $2,000. Established in 1981 to recognize visionary work by young practitioners, The Architectural League Prize is an annual competition, lecture series, and exhibition organized by…

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February 12 @ 12:00 pm

2019 AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards

The 2019 AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards invites work at all scales by firms of all sizes. Enter work by category (which run the gamut of scales). from Renovations and Single-Family Residences of up to 2,500 sf to Multi-Family Housing of 50 units + as well as Affordable Housing and Assisted Living/Retirement typologies. Projects are viewed by the jury within their category and awarded by category. Registration due 02.12.19  |  Submissions due 03.11.19 Click Here for Details and Registration

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February 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Siddhartha Deb, “Fiction, Utopia, Dystopia: Writing at the End of the World”

The Cooper Union, 41 Cooper Square Rose Auditorium
New York, NY United States

Siddhartha Deb delivers a free, public lecture as part of the Intra-Disciplinary Seminar series. What can fiction do when the historical past dissolves into fake news and the future comes in different shades of dystopia? How can writing engage with the convergence of authoritarianism, climate change, and diminishing freedom, individual and collective, that has become the most prominent feature of our lives? How do we find a future when caught in this universal, end-of-the-world present? Born in north-eastern India in 1970, Siddhartha…

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February 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Learning to Love: Chicago Preservation Stories

School of the Art Institute of Chicago Ballroom, 112 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60603 United States

Free and open to the public Click here to RSVP Lost, forgotten and saved — Chicago’s historic buildings encounter various fates in their lifetime and their stories are constantly evolving. This panel discussion, moderated by Anne Sullivan (School of the Art Institute Chair of Historic Preservation), revisits key moments of success and failure in the history of preservation activism, advocacy and architectural solutions to adaptive reuse. Hear from several prominent speakers as they bring what has been learned into conversation with preservation…

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February 13 @ 7:00 pm

Barbara Imhof: The stars look very different today (David Bowie)

SCI-Arc, 960 E. 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013 United States

This lecture will explore the implications of space as an environment for future habitation both materially and conceptually. Research and development projects of LIQUIFER - implemented as part of the European space exploration program - highlight topics of living with limited resources, in limited spaces and living self-sufficiently. Concept studies for lunar and Martian bases as well as building prototypes set within future scenarios for living on earth and in space form the basis of LIQUIFER’s work. Arts-based and basic…

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February 15 @ 11:59 pm

Peter Reyner Banham Fellowship

Call for Proposals: 2019-2020 Peter Reyner Banham Fellow Peter Reyner Banham spent his time in Buffalo engaged in a scholarly project on the imaginary of American industrial architecture that took the form of the historical research, hands-on engagement and seminar instruction, resulting in his landmark work, A Concrete Atlantis. In celebration of Banham’s legacy of experimental criticism, the fellowship is intended to support the research and creative activity of emerging practicitioners. Candidates are encouraged to propose a research trajectory that…

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February 15 @ 11:59 pm

Design Vanguard: Enter Architectural Record’s Annual Emerging Firms Competition

The editors of Architectural Record are looking for the best emerging architecture firms from around the world to feature in our 2019 Design Vanguard issue. Although we do not have an age limit, we try to select architects and designers who have had their own practices for less than 10 years. Winners will be featured in the June 2019 issue. There is no fee to enter. SUBMISSIONS Please visit ArchitecturalRecord.com/Enter-Design-Vanguard to enter. Complete the fields and upload the following: A good quality, low-resolution PDF (no larger than…

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February 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Dilip Da Cunha, “The Invention of Rivers”

Harvard Graduate School of Design – Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall: 48 Quincy St
Cambridge , MA 02138 United States

Separating land and water is not just an act of division; it is also an act of creation. It creates land and water from ubiquitous wetness, defining them on either side of a line. It is one of the first acts of design, setting out a ground of habitation with a line that has largely been naturalized in features such as the coastline, the riverbank, and the water’s edge. These features are subjected to artistic representations, scientific inquiry, infrastructural engineering,…

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