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  • Funding for US students MSc Sustainable Building Conservation

    Cardiff | Dates: 25 Mar – 30 May, 2014
    Scholarships are now available for international students interested in the MSc Sustainable Building Conservation at Cardiff University, UK http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/for/prospective/international/funding/international-scholarship-fund.html
  • Architecture for Humanity-Denver, Salon No. 7: WATER

    Denver | Dates: 25 Mar, 2014

    Salon No. 7 "Water" of the OUT OF YOUR OWN HEAD series
    by Architecture for Humanity-Denver, sponsored by AIA Colorado
    March 25th @6PM (happy hour 5:30PM) - free and open to all
    Forest Room 5: 2532 15th St, Denver, CO 80211

    Salon No. 7, a continuation of our "North Morph" series exploring contemporary issues involving the neighborhoods of Denver. Water is a huge issue in our geographic area - the Platte River, groundwater quality, and stormwater to name a few!


    Dick Farley FAIA, Principal
    Richard Farley, Urban Design LLC

    Tom Cech, Director
    One World One Water Center

    1. Platte River - from dumping ground to neighborhood amenity, recreational potential, is having a river in your back (or front) yard in RiNo, Globeville, Elyria an amenity or not?

    2. Stormwater - what are the unique issues surrounding water quality and how do they impact aesthetic and experiential conditions for the north Denver neighborhoods?

    3. Groundwater - parts of Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea have all been Superfund sites in the past. What does this mean for generations to come?

    4. Aesthetics of Water - what does design have to do with it, and how does parametric technology partner with today's water issues?

    RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/architectureforhumanitydenver

    email us your ideas and thoughts!
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  • Conference: Italy in China (Rome, 25 Mar 14)

    Rome | Dates: 25 Mar, 2014

    Conference:  Italy in China (Rome, 25 Mar 14)

    Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, March 25, 2014

    Italy in China. The Western Buildings in the Old Summer Palace Yuanmingyuan in Beijing International Workshop

    Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome

    The Beijing Tsinghua Institute for Digitization THID (Tsinghua University Beijing) and the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome are conducting collaborative research devoted to the now ruinous Western Buildings that are part of the Old Summer Palace Yuanmingyuan in Beijing, and which were planned and erected around 1750 by Italian/French Jesuits and Chinese architects and craftsmen. The aim of the project is to comprehensively investigate and understand the Western Buildings and to analytically visualise them in virtual 3D-models. The project examines the Sino-Western experience in the planning and construction processes with the mutual exchange of techniques and methods, concepts and models, and explores the interaction between Chinese and Western conceptions of architecture, gardens, fountains, construction and hydraulic technologies. The workshop aims to present this collaboration project to a wider audience and to give a report on the current state of the work in progress.

    Scientific Concept:Yin Lina, Alexandra Harrer, Hermann Schlimme

    Secretary: Ornella Rodengo, rodengo@biblhertz.it, 0039-06-69993-222