Keep Your Practice Relevant @ Facades+AM Miami 10/4

THREE SESSIONS — NINE SPEAKERS Join Us in Miami The program includes three sessions covering issues unique to the region, including innovative building skins, high performance facades, and the Miami’s newest projects. These well-rounded, expert dialogues will inform and inspire....
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In Miami, The Real Deal’s 5th Annual Real Estate Showcase + Forum

South Florida’s biggest real estate event is back this fall. Network. Learn. Prospect. Join 5,000-plus real estate industry insiders along with panelists Howard Lorber (Douglas Elliman), Moishe Mana (Mana Group), Jackie Soffer (Turnberry), Pam Liebman (Corcoran), Kieran...
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Kwong Von Glinow's model (Courtesy Kwong Von Glinow)

Winners on view for the 2018 Architectural League Prize

The 2018 Architectural League Prize winners are now on view at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at the Parsons School of Design, running through August 4. By Alex Wong “How might we determine the facts and values that motivate the production of architecture in a post-truth...
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Degenerate Space’s Solus & the City installation. Courtesy Sophie le Roux

At the 2018 London Festival of Architecture, It’s a Girl’s World

A handful of exhibitions and performances during the month-long design festival radically interrogate gender and space. George Kafka After a dizzying month of activities, the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) came to a close June 30. This, the 10th edition of the festival,...
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What’s New at the AIA Expo 2018

At this year’s architecture expo, held as part of the annual AIA Conference, more than 800 brands and building product manufacturers showcased products. Here are our favorites. By Ayda Ayoubi The 2018 AIA Conference on Architecture, held June 21–23, at the Jacob K. Javits...
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Architects Gather for the Voices of Plurality Flash Mob at AIA 2018 Convention

Almost 100 designers, architects, and allies gathered outside the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York on Friday. By Katharine Keane “Time is f—ing up!” yelled Iranian-American architect Gisue Hariri among a crowd that assembled outside the Jacob K. Javits Convention...
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MoMA showcases 2018 Young Architects Program finalists ahead of PS1 opening. Hide & Seek during the day. (Courtesy Dream The Combine)

MoMA showcases 2018 Young Architects Program finalists ahead of PS1 opening

Ahead of the June 28 opening of this year’s Young Architects Program exhibition, the MoMA has put all five of its final proposals on display until the fall. By Jonathan Hilburg From now until September 3, the MoMA will be exhibiting Dream The Combine’s winning scheme for...
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Equity and inclusion surge to the forefront of the AIA conference. The Javits Center's 36th St. entrance. (Javitscenter/Wikipedia)

Equity and inclusion surge to the forefront ahead of this year’s AIA conference

A flash mob, workshops on #MeToo, and a resolution requiring ethical and equitable workplaces are all in the cards for this year’s conference. By Jonathan Hilburg , Sukjong Hong With only a couple of days left until the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 (A’18) brings thousands...
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Graphic design by Studio Lin (Courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture)

15 great events to attend during the AIA Conference in New York City

Some of the highlights in New York City include the MoMA PS1 exhibition reception, Solstice: 24x24x24 at Storefront, an urban mobility forum at Van Alen Institute, and the Designing Waste exhibition at Center for Architecture. The AIA Conference on Architecture is just around the...
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Shinya Suzuki

Countdown to AIA Conference 2018: Good Eats

Places to go and things to see in New York City in June 21-23. By Sara Johnson, Katharine Keane This year’s AIA Conference on Architecture will be held in one of the design capitals of the world: New York City. With dozens of iconic buildings and many industry heavyweight...
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