under the direction of lead curator dr erwin viray, head of pillar, architecture and sustainable design at singapore university of technology and design, no more free space? exhibition responds to singapore’s unique environment: densely populated, multi-cultural, multi-ethnic island city-state.
curated by xristina argyros and ryan neiheiser, and entitled the school of athens the project examines the architecture of universities and academia around the world, focusing on the common spaces outside of the classroom, and addressing their importance as informal spaces of debate, exchange and ultimately, learning.
the exhibition curated by six young architects and designers, examines the role of markets in rural irish communities, their gradual demise and their importance for economic and social engagement.
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please join us for an intimate, lively, and thought-provoking mixer with dutch design master, piet boon, whose creations range from furniture, lighting, and luxury interior projects, to collaborations with porsche and land rover. piet will be presenting design insights of his furniture collection, and sharing his thoughts on the balance between functionality, aesthetics, and individuality in design.
the architecture & design film festival (adff) – the nation’s largest film festival devoted to the creative spirit that drives architecture and design – will take place in new york city from november 1-5 at cinépolis chelsea. through a curated selection of films, director q&as and panel discussions, adff creates an opportunity to educate, entertain and engage all who are excited about architecture and design.
mas context is organizing the fourth edition of mas context : analog, our one-day event of talks, exhibitions, and an onsite pop-up bookstore in chicago. the event is hosted by the joinery.
28 may > 27 november 2016 | venice
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imagination-shaping surrounding moat, surfing, ice skating, repelling, etc.