Labor journalist Ari Paul visits Electchester, a Queens housing complex constructed by a labor union of electricians, and uncovers a history that provokes urgent questions about contemporary housing challenges.
A full (and printable) calendar of all spring First Friday and Current Work events.
A conversation, and lecture video, focussing on the work of OFFICE and its approach to design, representation, and collaboration.
A conversation, and lecture video, focusing on the work of OFFICE and its approach to design, representation, and collaboration.
Each 5KL participant is asked the same four questions on how we think, talk, and act on architecture, climate change, and our economic future.
An information session on the 2014 Folly competition and a presentation by 2013 winner Toshihiro Oki architect.
Stephen Gardiner will explore how individuals should think about their responsibilities within a global, intergenerational crisis such as climate change.
SOLD OUT | Join SOM and CASE at their offices for drinks, informal conversation, and a behind the scenes look at recent and upcoming projects in this jointly hosted First Friday.
Herman Daly argues for the transition to a steady-state economy: one that recognizes and respects the fixed ecological limits of the planet.
Siza presents the evolution of his Iberê Camargo Museum, in Porto Alegre, Brazil, with an introduction by Kenneth Frampton and a conversation with Pedro Gadanho.
Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger espouse an optimistic environmental thinking promoting sustained government investment in the development of clean energy technologies.