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  • Lessons From Modernism: Environmental Design Considerations in 20th Century Architecture, 1925 - 1970

    New York | Dates: 29 Jan – 16 Mar, 2013
    Two and half years in the making and created almost entirely by the Institute for Sustainable Design and The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture faculty, staff, alumni and students, the striking new exhibition Lessons from Modernism: Environmental Design Considerations in 20th Century Architecture (1925 to 1970) opens on January 29th in the Arthur A. Houghton Jr. Gallery. Approachable enough for a novice interested in architecture yet holding new insights for professionals and scholars the exhibition seeks to upend entrenched notions of architecture's Modernist era as disconnected from contemporary values of sustainability and environmental consciousness.
  • “From Aleppo, An Artifact Of A Calmer Age,” National Public Radio, January 29, 2013, by Susan Stamberg & interviews with Professor Heghnar Watenpaugh, NPR's Kelly McEver

    Dates: 29 Jan, 2013
    “From Aleppo, An Artifact Of A Calmer Age,” National Public Radio, January 29, 2013, by Susan Stamberg & interviews with Professor Heghnar Watenpaugh, NPR's Kelly McEver.

    The story discusses the current destruction of one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world during the current conflict, through the lens of an artifact currently on display at the textile museum.
  • "SAH Bridges the Digital Divide" Lecture with Pauline Saliga

    Washington, DC | Dates: 29 Jan, 2013

    The Latrobe Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians
    proudly presents 

    SAH Bridges the Digital Divide
    Lecture by Pauline Saliga, SAH Executive Director

    Tuesday, January 29, 2013
    The First Congregational United Church of Christ
    945 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
    6:30 pm – reception, 7:00 pm – lecture

    In the past five years the Society of Architectural Historians has launched three new online resources designed both to provide information about the built world to vast numbers of people but also to provide historians with new models for publishing their work.

    These projects include SAHARA, a shared online image archive; SAH Archipedia, an online edition of the Buildings of the United States project; and a multimedia edition of JSAH which can illustrate articles with video, panoramic photos, and 3D models superimposed over Google Earth maps.

    On January 29, SAH Executive Director Pauline Saliga, who raised funding for and managed development of these online resources, will demonstrate their capabilities, talk about their impact on the field of architectural history and share lessons learned about managing collaborative digital projects. Please bring your questions and learn how you can contribute to building this resource.