The first installment of an ongoing series looking at independent projects funded by the NYSCA Architecture + Design Program and sponsored by the League.
This week, Rachel Armstrong explains how we can reach the enticing prospect of ecological technologies that position change as a source of power, not vulnerability.
November 12, 2013 | Thomas Phifer and Partners | Excerpts from his Current Work lecture featuring two houses, museums, and a university student center.
Two new reports in the ongoing effort to highlight the work of past Norden grantees through their essays, photographs, and sketches from around the world. The deadline this year is April 17.
Video now available from the public conversation on the Museum of Modern Art’s reaffirmed decision to demolish the American Folk Art Museum building.
Announcing Common Shares: the third annual Urban Omnibus writing competition, this year on the topic of common ownership, private property, and the sharing economy. Submissions due Monday, May 12, 2014.
A video with highlights from the Dutch architect’s November 2013 Current Work lecture, as well as a Q&A session moderated by Lyn Rice.
Providing background for her upcoming talk at Parsons, Susana Torre looks back at a 1977 League exhibition and publication on women in the architectural profession and reflects on how the discourse has and has not changed.
The second evening of the 32nd annual Emerging Voices lecture series, featuring Ants of the Prairie and Rael San Fratello.
A full (and printable) calendar of all spring First Friday and Current Work events.
Tickets are now on sale for the Urban Omnibus Block Party 2014, a benefit celebrating the first five years of the League’s online publication dedicated to defining the culture of citymaking!
A keynote by Susana Torre, followed by a discussion of feminism’s impact on architecture over the past thirty years.
Current Work lecture by Yung Ho Chang, followed by a moderated conversation with Calvin Tsao.