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November 2018

November 15 @ 8:00 am - November 17 @ 5:00 pm

LA CoMotion 2018

Los Angeles Arts District, 1200 E 5th St
Los Angeles, CA 90013 United States

LA CoMotion brings together the brave new world of the urban mobility revolution — a revolution that is set to transform every city in the world, large and small. Global mayors, leading technologists, public transport operators and venture capitalists, start-ups and established players — the entire landscape of new urban mobility will be present in November for LA CoMotion. Three days of immersive and inspirational talks, demos, test drives and exhibitions — a glimpse into our new urban future.

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November 19 @ 6:30 pm

Projects in Planning: The Frick Collection

SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd St
New York City , NY 10011 United States

Open House New York invites you to a presentation of the plans for The Frick Collection with Ian Wardropper, Director, The Frick Collection; Annabelle Selldorf, Principal, Selldorf Architects; and Richard Southwick, Partner, Director Historic Preservation, Beyer Blinder Belle. The Frick engaged Selldorf Architects to create a design for the renovation of and addition to its buildings in order to address the pressing institutional and programmatic needs of this esteemed museum and library. Honoring the architectural legacy, the plan aims to preserve the intimate…

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November 20 @ 12:00 pm

Urban Meal Mine, London: Sustainable Farming for Megacities

Abstract: Food is one of the most fundamental elements of human existence. Looking back, the way we produce, store and consume food has evolved greatly. Humans have thrived because our ancestors learnt how to gather, produce and consume food, all with their bare hands. And mankind has sustained due to these crucial elements of knowledge passed through generations. With industrialization came mass production, and with mass production came an influx of consumers - who started paying instead. Skills and crafts…

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November 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Mark Lamster, “In Search of Philip Johnson”

SVA MA Design Research, 136 W 21st St, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10011 United States

Most people in the design world know Philip Johnson, or think they do: He was the controversial architect with the round glasses who built a glass house and gave us the chippendale-capped AT&T Building. But who, really, was he? In the course of his long life, he had a series of careers—curator, critic, journalist, politician—of which architect was only one. He was intellectually peripatetic. His buildings ranged widely in style and quality. How did he become this way? Who exactly…

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November 20 @ 11:59 pm


Design Challenge:  A characteristic, derelict site in Sittard was redeveloped after many eventful years. Whereas the estate had previously been developed with a focus on religion and health care, it now profiles itself as a ‘Sports & Talent Park’ where talented young athletes can stay, grow, and play. Given the velocity of developments over recent years, the predictions of consumer demand were quick and efficient but lacked a clear vision for spatial planning. You have now the ability to change this. Despite its rapid development there are still many choices to…

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November 21 @ 11:59 pm

Best Design of The Permanent Exhibition and The Auxiliary Spaces of The National Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewry and the Holocaust

"Elie Wiesel" National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania announces the organization of a solution contest regarding the design of the permanent exhibition and the auxiliary spaces of the National Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewry and the Holocaust.   The purpose of the National Museum of the History of the Romanian Jewry and the Holocaust is to present and promote the history, culture, and traditions of the Jewish communities in Romania and to educate local and…

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November 24 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Sunnyside Gardens

Sunnyside Gardens, Queens, NY 11377 United States

Sunnyside Gardens was built from 1924 to 1928, and Phipps Garden Apartments in 1931-32 and 1935. The builders were inspired by the English Garden City movement of Ebenezer Howard and Raymond Unwin. Architects Clarence S. Stein, Henry Wright, and Frederick L. Ackerman worked with landscape architect Marjorie Sewell Cautley. Their philosophical colleague, the urban critic Lewis Mumford, became one of the first residents. The real estate developers were philanthropic idealists, too, and included Alexander M. Bing, William Sloane Coffin, Felix…

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November 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Architecture & Infrastructure Tour

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Brooklyn Bridge Park at the entrance to Pier 1 near the Bike and Roll rental kiosk
New York City, NY United States

Once America’s premier Naval shipyard, today the Brooklyn Navy Yard is a mission-driven industrial park and a hub of industry, technology, and craft. Explore the Navy Yard’s unique architecture and examine the many layers of history visible in the landscape, from Civil War-era machine shops to innovative LEED-Certified structures, and see how these buildings have been adapted for modern manufacturing. Learn about development projects currently underway at the Yard, which are projected to more than double the Yard’s workforce to over…

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November 27 @ 12:00 am

13th Arte Laguna Prize

The call for artists of the 13th Arte Laguna Prize has officially opened. Arte Laguna Prize is an international art contest that has been promoting contemporary art for thirteen years, collecting thousands of applications from artists from all over the world, selected by a jury of excellence for the great exhibition in March in the evocative spaces of the Arsenale of Venice. In addition, the participants have the chance to win several awards in collaboration with companies, foundations, galleries, including cash…

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November 27 @ 8:30 am - November 28 @ 8:00 pm

INTBAU World Congress 2018: Everything Old is New Again

Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam St
London, England WC2N 6EZ United Kingdom

INTBAU (The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism) is delighted to announce the 2018 World Congress: Everything Old is New Again on November 27th and 28th at the Royal Society of Arts, London. Attracting key speakers and senior international figures from a range of backgrounds the INTBAU World Congress is a popular biennial forum which brings together global perspectives and knowledge for discussion and debate of pressing issues and difficult questions facing the built environment in communities around the world.…

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November 30

Joan B. Calambokidis Innovation in Masonry Competition

The Joan B. Calambokidis Innovation in Masonry Competition (JBC Competition) challenges architects, engineers, students, and firms to imagine the future of masonry design and construction. The goal of this year’s competition is to develop a high-rise building with a masonry envelope enclosure located in a major metropolitan area of the entrant’s/entrants’ choice. Solutions should explore the implementation of innovative masonry construction technologies and focus on building envelope performance with respect to constructability, energy, structure, and aesthetic considerations. Urban jobsite logistics for…

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November 30 @ 7:00 pm

Project of the Year

Architects, interior designers, landscape architects, researchers and students are invited to submit works planned or written since 2014. PowerPoint presentations, not exceeding 5mb, should include a short explanatory text describing the project, location, purpose, its uniqueness, date of completion. The competition is international and runs in six categories: buildings, interior design, landscape architecture, conceptual plans, students and research. Special credit will be given for creativity, feasibility, climate and environmental awareness. Projects reaching the final stage will be published in a special…

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