Anushka Athique joins Greenwich as Landscape Architecture lecturer

Anushka Athique (MALA, PgCert, MA, BA Hons) is a designer, lecturer and researcher working in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism. She approaches the discipline from an experiential perspective; finding the moments when the human body meets the temporal qualities of landscape and seeing how these liminal actions and processes can create functional spaces. Anushka has taught across Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Greenwich. … Continue reading Anushka Athique joins Greenwich as Landscape Architecture lecturer

Appropriations – Public Space Workshop Opens at CCCB

Appropriations: Architectural Actions for Inhabiting Collective Space International Workshop ETSAV-CCCB 6 — 10 September 2021 One result of the experience of the pandemic is a reactivation of thinking about urban space in the light of challenges that have hitherto remained more or less hidden, ranging from the effects of climate change in many of its senses (sustainability, health, mobility) through to the complementarity of public … Continue reading Appropriations – Public Space Workshop Opens at CCCB

Worlds of Planetary Urbanization at Venice Architecture Biennale

Worlds of Planetary Urbanization17th International Venice Architecture BiennaleMay 22–November 21, 2021 The exhibit Worlds of Planetary Urbanization is open at the Venice Architecture Biennale until November 21, 2021. The digital version has now been launched within the research initiative New Agendas under Planetary Urbanization. The project is a collaboration between the Urban Theory Lab led by Neil Brenner and a team from the ETH Zürich D-ARCH and the … Continue reading Worlds of Planetary Urbanization at Venice Architecture Biennale

Co-Designing Publics International Symposium

This is the third and final event of the Co-Designing Publics Research Network. They invite activists, practitioners and academics working and experimenting with design in the public realm to join them for the event. The symposium will bring together their team, project partners and special guest speakers to discuss emerging themes for research and practice on co-designing publics. Register here. Schedule Thursday 16 September Session … Continue reading Co-Designing Publics International Symposium

Monsoon Assemblages at the 2021 Venice Biennale

The Venice Architecture Biennale has published a sneak peek of the Monsoon Assemblages (MONASS) and Office of Experiments’ (OoE) installation at the biennale, which is taking place between May and November 2021. MONASS and OoE’s installation, titled ‘Between the Dragon Fly and the Barometer’, examines the Indian Ocean monsoon from the perspective of the Globe Skimmer dragonfly and the impact of climate change on it. The sneak … Continue reading Monsoon Assemblages at the 2021 Venice Biennale

100 Chairs – Open Call

Open call for landscape architects & students 100 Chairs is an Open Call for a multidisciplinary design workshop focused on the activation of the open space around Oxo Tower Courtyard.  The 3 day workshop will focus on activating the space between Oxo and the Bargehouse, at the South Bank of Thames. The aim of this intense design exercise will be to re-energize the courtyard, which … Continue reading 100 Chairs – Open Call

The Fabricated Landscape

The Fabricated LandscapeJune 26, 2021–January 17, 2022 Carnegie Museum of Art4400 Forbes AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15213USA The Fabricated Landscape spotlights the designs of some of the most innovative figures working in contemporary architecture around the world today. Presenting projects from ten international practices, the exhibition reveals how this generation of architects, all of whom were born from 1975 and onward, explore the fundamental role that architecture … Continue reading The Fabricated Landscape

New Now Next series opens with Kate Orff

New Now Next: Kate Orff 27.05.21 [18:00 – 19:30] Online talk, moderated by Ed Wall REGISTER New Now Next, organised by the Irish Architecture Association, will take place online and virtually for the second time, enabling a wider domestic and international audience to connect with the events.  The series will begin on Thursday 27 May at 6pm with a talk by Kate Orff, the US-based landscape … Continue reading New Now Next series opens with Kate Orff