Fellows’ Events and Exhibits

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

On Wednesday, Richard Sennett will speak at the Sam Fox School in St. Louis; the next day, on 4/19, Trevor Boddy will be at the Museum of Vancouver to discuss recent development projects in the city, while Elisabetta Terragni will be at Van Alen Books to talk about her contribution to Re-Cycle: Strategies for Architecture, City, and Planet; on 4/22, the “Civic Action” exhibit (pictured at left) featuring work by Mary Miss closes at the Noguchi Museum; on 4/27, Rosemary Wakeman hosts a lunch at Lincoln Center to discuss the state of the East River; the same day, the RPA will hold their Regional Assembly, a project for which Jeff Ferzoco has been hard at work; on 4/28, Craig Dykers gives the keynote address at the Banff Session 2012; an exhibit of the 23 best buildings in Germany at the DAM Frankfurt includes work by Matthias Sauerbruch’s firm and closes on 4/29; finally, please mark your calendars for the evening of 5/1, as Board Member Toni Griffin launches the J. Max Bond Center on Design for the Just City at the Spitzer School of Architecture at City College.

Fellows’ Events & Exhibits: December 1-15, 2011

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

MAXXI’s exhibit RE-CYCLE, which features work by Elisabetta Terragni and Patrons Robert Venturi & Denise Scott Brown, opens today (12/1); Frederick Steiner will speak at the University of Texas at Austin’s fall convocation ceremonies on 12/3; Rick Bell will deliver the closing remarks at AIANY’s 2012 Board Inaugural at the Center for Architecture on 12/6; and the show STITCHES: Suzhou Fast Forward, co-curated by Larry Wayne Richards, will be on view in Toronto through 2/18/12.

IfUD On Screen: Enquist, Greenberg, Manfredi, Palmieri, & Terragni

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

A video by Philip Enquist’s Great Lakes Project (which, we recently discovered, has a great new blog) lays out a broad vision for the Great Lakes region; Ken Greenberg stopped by Global Toronto‘s Morning Show to discuss his international slate of urban design projects; David Manfredi spoke about his design for the Edgewater Hotel in a video clip about the Madison project; NJBIZ spoke to John Palmieri about his plans for New Jersey’s Casino Reinvestment Development Authority; and Elisabetta Terragni’s Trento Tunnels project (image at left) was featured in a video about Future Mind Award winners.

Fellows Events & Exhibitions: May 15-31, 2011

Monday, May 16th, 2011

SOM Chicago principal Philip Enquist will speak about ‘The Endless City’ at Penn Design’s 2011 commencement ceremony on 5/16; Rick Bell and Laurie Kerr will both participate in Fit City 6 at the Center for Architecture on 5/17; Lance Jay Brown will participate in the Better City/Better Life: North-South Initiative symposium at the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan on 5/18; a reception for the exhibit Downtown Brooklyn Commons [PDF], featuring design proposals from the Rus en Urbe studio led by CCNY’s Denise Hoffman Brandt, Elisabetta Terragni, and Barbara Wilks, with a model created in charette with Michael Sorkin’s graduate urban design studio, will take place at Brooklyn Borough Hall on 5/19; Deborah Berke will speak at the Miller House Symposium in Columbus, Indiana on 5/20 (the titular modernist residence is pictured at left); Peter D. Cavaluzzi will join a panel on Firm Identity in an Age of Mergers & Acquisitions at the CfA on 5/23;  Enquist will join David Dixon and other noted urbanists for a series of discussions at the Detroit Public Library’s Detroit By Design event on 5/24; and Toronto’s Urbanspace Gallery will host a book launch party for Ken Greenberg’s aforementioned Walking Home on 5/25.

Fellows’ Work on View: Dattner, Dykers, Greenberg, Libeskind, Portman, Terragni, Thompson, Wakeman

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Jane Thompson will give a lecture at D-Crit in New York, entitled Rediscovering Design Research, on 9/22; Rosemary Wakeman will discuss her book, The Heroic City: Paris 1945-58, at NYU’s La Maison Française, also on 9/22; Richard Dattner will join a panel about the Lindsay administration’s adventure playgrounds at the Museum of the City of New York on 9/27; Craig Dykers will participate on the panel Universities as City Builders, to be moderated by Ken Greenberg, in Toronto on 9/29; the exhibition Interior Urbanism/Portman Space, featuring the work of John Portman, will be on view at the University of Technology Sydney through 10/1; a pavilion designed by Daniel Libeskind will serve as one of the centerpieces of the Seoul Design Fair 2010, which will run through 10/7; and Elisabetta Terragni’s adaptive reuse of the Trento Tunnels will be on view at the Venice Biennale, which runs through 11/21.