Event November 12, 2019

Kiel Moe: Climate change, architecture change

Addressing the environmental, social and political quandaries of this century will require changing basic theoretical and practical assumptions about what architecture design is and does.

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Equitable and Inclusive

Explore the League’s efforts to help create a more just, equitable, and inclusive professional culture.

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The Housing System

A series of programs in spring 2019 on pressing issues at the intersection of design, policy, and politics in housing.

The Deborah J. Norden Fund

An annual competition that awards travel grants to students and recent graduates in the fields of architecture, architectural history, and urban studies

Urban Omnibus is The Architectural League’s online publication dedicated to observing, understanding, and shaping the city.

Accessibility, Augmented

From video-enabled visual interpretation to 3D audio effects, smartphone wayfinding apps have a lot to offer Blind users. But these new features are no substitute for public infrastructure—digital or otherwise—that accounts for nonvisual navigation of the built environment.