In the final installment of the 2014 Architectural League Prize feature, filmed interviews and full lecture videos are now available for Norman Kelley and Jenny Sabin Studio.
October 10, 2013 | Archi-Tectonics | Excerpts from Dubbeldam’s Current Work lecture featuring three projects that demonstrate a commitment to programmatic efficiencies and sustainability.
In the final installment of interviews with this year’s Emerging Voices, accompanied by videos from the lecture series, the partners of Estudio Macías Peredo and SITU Studio discuss their work.
In anticipation of this year’s Beaux Arts Ball and its theme of Craft, we highlighted the work and expertise of the many artisans, consultants, and designers involved in the extensive restoration of the event venue, a landmarked bank building in Williamsburg.
In “Actionable Cartographies,” The New York Public Library’s geospatial librarian Matt Knutzen discusses his stewardship of half a million maps and 20,000 atlases and the contemporary applications of this vast, historical collection.
A multi-year initiative on new ways of thinking and acting on climate change, architecture, and our economic future.
The League is collaborating with the Center for an Urban Future on a design study that will articulate new architectural, financial, and programmatic possibilities for New York City’s branch libraries.
April 15, 2014 | Sou Fujimoto Architects | Full video of his Current Work lecture demonstrates how Fujimoto bridges architecture and nature through three early conceptual projects and six recent projects.
Current Work lecture by Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey, followed by a conversation with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien
In an interview and their League Prize lecture, Kutan Ayata and Michael Young explore the tension between reality and its representation and the role of “estrangement” in architecture.
Join LEVENBETTS at its office for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects at this First Friday.
A day-long symposium celebrating the work and influence of Michael Graves.
Current Work lecture by Bernard Tschumi.