Recent Opportunities

  • Tour NW Portland’s Historic Goldsmith Addition Homes

    Portland | Dates: 21 Jun, 2015

    NW Children’s Theater & School (NWCT) and NW Neighborhood Cultural Center (NNCC) present, the 4th Annual Walking Tour of Historic Homes — Restored City Homes of the Historic Goldsmith Addition. 

    The tour begins at NNCC (originally known as the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1909), located at: 1819 NW Everett St., Portland, Oregon.

    Tickets for this walking tour are $25 and are available at NWCT’s website: or at NNCC/NWCT the day of the event. The tour includes six historic homes in NW Portland. All proceeds will be utilized for improvements to accessibility for the disabled, in the Historic NW Neighborhood Cultural Center, home of NW Children’s Theater & School and other organizations which draw thousands of children and families to the building and neighborhood annually.

    Inspiration for this year’s tour is the now famously saved and soon to be restored Goldsmith Home. 2015 has been the year of the demolition of “good old houses”, a recurrent wave of hasty destruction that comes with a renewed economy.

    With half dozen demolitions, proposed, or near misses this year just North of Lovejoy alone, this tour shows the public that North of Lovejoy is rich with historic resources and possesses criteria to merit special designation just like the Alphabet District South of Lovejoy.

    The Goldsmith Home, the family home built by Portland’s first Jewish mayor, Bernard Goldsmith was designed by one of Portland’s most gifted architects, Edgar Lazarus (U.S. Customs  House, Vista House at Crown Point and Pioneer Courthouse). Losing the Goldsmith Home would have been an unspeakable tragedy, but thanks to 10 neighbors that pooled funds in chunks of $100-$800,000, this home was saved.

    This tour includes these homes:

    1. The Kyer Home (1909, Architect: Emil Schacht)
    2. The Wilson Home (1904, Architect: David Williams)
    3. The Barlow Home (1896, Architect unknown)
    4. The Bernard Goldsmith Home (1892)
    5. The Ladd Home (1898, Architect: Whidden & Lewis)
    6. The George T. Willett Home (1911, Architect: Josef Jacobberger)

    This year’s tour is dedicated in honor and in memory of Mike Ryerson (1940-2015), former committee member, founder of Mike’s History Tours, local NW historian and preservation advocate.

    NWCT and NNCC thanks fellow event presenters, The Dan Volkmer Team and Windermere Stellar and event sponsors: Antoinette Antiques & Estate Jewelry, Arciform, Caffe Mingo, Fidelity National Title, Mark Benham Mortgage Express, NNCC Board, Pearl Med Spa, Slabtown Tours, Uptown Hardware and World Cup Roasters.

    For more information call NWCT at 503-222-4480.

  • Women designers and architects between 1918 and 1945

    Leiden | Dates: 23 – 24 Sep, 2015
    From 23 to 25 September 2015, the project MoMoWo Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement, will organize a historical conference-workshop on women designers and architects between 1918 and 1945. The MoMoWo conference-workshop aims for presentations of research papers in conjunction with dialogues, discussions and interviews with designers. This call invites the presentation of research papers which address one of the following themes and subjects regarding activities and lives of women designers, craftswomen and architects between 1918 and 1945: 1 Concepts: avant-garde; traditionalism; modernism 2 Exposure: general exhibitions; women’s exhibitions; solo exhibitions 3 Persons: pioneers; duo’s; canonical designers 4 Historiography: ego documents; journals/magazines; visual sources; archive; website communication power 5 Politics and regimes: women designing under socialism, communism, fascism 6 Industries: women in factories; women and war industries 7 Education: private schools; art schools; design schools; polytechnics 8 Environment: the landscape; the city; the countryside 9 The home: women designing for household appliances; or for the kitchen; or for interior design 10 Organizations and networks: galleries; women’s clubs We welcome papers which explore critical perspectives, such as the performativity of women; women’s interactions with public and private spaces; women’s operations under political regimes; women’s negotiations with gender bias in their profession. We will organize the conference-workshop around a limited number of paper-sessions with two papers each and attended by all to join the discussion and share visions and knowledge. Paper presentations may take 25 minutes; final length of written papers is 5000 words max. Papers will be peer reviewed before acceptance and as well as for publishing in a conference e-book. The conference will be held in English; use of English is the responsibility of the authors.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy Annual Conference

    Milwaukee | Dates: 30 Sep – 04 Oct, 2015
    Registration is now open for Wisconsin: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Laboratory, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, headquartered at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee. The conference features private tours of 15 Wright works, as well as special events at architecturally significant houses throughout the metropolitan area.
  • Shifting Cities: Urban Heritage in the 21st Century

    New Brunswick | Dates: 12 – 14 Nov, 2015
    Please save the date for the international conference "Shifting Cities: Urban Heritage in the 21st Century", hosted by Rutgers University's Program in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS) Program.
  • The Power of Symbols. The Alhambra in a Global Context

    Zurich | Dates: 04 Jun – 01 Sep, 2015
    International Conference, Zurich, September 16th-17th 2016 Organizers: Prof. Dr. Francine Giese / Dr. Ariane Varela Braga (University of Zurich) In view of the current international globalisation debate this two-day conference intends to foster a re-interpretation of the Alhambra. Topics like the positioning of the Nasrid architecture in a global Islamic context, the phenomenon of cultural exchange on the Iberian Peninsula, the controversial debate of Orientalism after Said’s Orientalism (1978) or the political instrumentalisation of architecture will be the centre of attention.
  • KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ARCHTHEO '15 / IX. Theory and History of Architecture Conference

    Istanbul | Dates: 30 Oct – 01 Nov, 2015
    ARCHTHEO '15 / IX. Theory and History of Architecture Conference ARCHTHEO '15 / IX. Theory and History of Architecture Conference Series will focus on the relationship of 'Architecture and Criticism' as an internal part of architectural theory. DAKAM's ARCHTHEO will be held between October 30 and November 1, 2015. The first of the theory of architecture conference series ARCHTHEO has been held since at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University focusing on the possibility of the theory without the backing of the practice or built environment. The title was, therefore, "Theory for the Sake of the Theory" in an emphatic fashion. In 2012, the discussion centered on the Living and space, the main has been chosen as "House&Home' in particular. ARCHTHEO '13 focused on the two leading roles in architecture, the architect and the so-called 'user' and 'Creativity, Autonomy and Function' has proved to be fruitful discussion theme. Last year, 'Architecture and Text' has been discussed. The conferences, which has the focus on history rather than theory has started even earlier, in 2010. Architecture and Media, Architecture and Art, Interactions in the History, Architecture and Politics have the main themes of the events. Since 2011, a total of 424 presentations by scholars from different places of the world has been hosted by ARCHTHEO Conferences and nine proceedings and a book of selected papers has been published. ARCHTHEO is a multi-track conference. Architecture and Criticisim is the main topic of the event, but other topics listed below will also be included in the conference program. KEYNOTES BÜLENT TANJU He was born in 1964, in Istanbul. He graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Department of Architecture in 1998. He took his M.arch degree from Istanbul Technical University in 1991. He also received his Ph.D. from the same university. He has taught architectural history and theory courses at MIT. His major field of research is modern art, architecture, architecture in Turkey. Bülent Tanju has been the dean of the Graduate Program in Mardin Artuklu University, Department of Architecture ARDA İNCEOĞLU Received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from ITU faculty of Architecture; Masters of Architecture degree from NCSU College of Design and his PhD degree from ITU at 1999. Promoted to full Professorship in ITU at 2012. Taught architectural design studios and architectural theory courses at ITU between 1992 – 2012 and at NCSU College of Design between 2001-2002 and 2013-2014. Joined MEF University at 2014 and worked to establish the Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture as the founding Dean. TANSEL KORKMAZ Korkmaz has many publications to her credit, which include articles that deal with architectural styles, urbanization, and recent architecture; and interviews on architects and their projects. Korkmaz has participated in conferences and seminars at various universities and in workshops both in Turkey and abroad. Since 2001 she has been giving several coursesat Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Communication. PUBLICATION All submitted papers are subject to double blind peer review. Conference proceedings are going to be available on DVD as e-book and DAKAM's digital library with an ISBN number before the conference and will be sent to be reviewed for inclusion in the "Thomson & Reuters Web of Science's Conference Proceedings Citation Index" (CPCI) and Google Scholars. AGENDA Deadline for Abstract Submission: July 24, 2015 Deadline for registration: Sep 18, 2015 Deadline for full papers submission: Sep 25, 2015 THEMES TRACK 01: ARCHITECTURE AND CRITICISM Criticism Commenting on Space Book and architecture Fiction and Architecture TRACK 02: ARCHITECTURE AND CRITICAL APPROACHES (This track is connected to the Critical Approaches Research Direction of DAKAM) TRACK 03: EVERYDAY LIFE AND SPACE (This track is connected to the Everyday Life Research Direction of DAKAM) TRACK 04: LIVING AND ARCHITECTURE / SEQUAL TO ‘HOUSE & HOME’ DISCUSSIONS Historical Perspectives Social Perspectives Theoretical Perspectives- Definitions and role of “House” as a theoretical discussion TRACK 05: AUTONOMY AND ARCHITECTURE / SEQUAL TO ‘CREATIVITY, AUTONOMY, FUNCTION’ DISCUSSIONS Creativity Autonomy Function (This track is connected to the Critical Approaches Research Direction of DAKAM)!call-for-papers/c14sd VENUE The conference will be held at Cezayir Meeting Halls. Hayriye Caddesi 12, Galatasaray, Beyoğlu Cezayir building was built in 1901 as a school by the Italian Workers' Society. The building, with its 2005 renovation, has been transformed into a landmark establishment serving under the Cezayir Garden, Cezayir Lounge and Cezayir Rooms brands on its three floors. Housing a restaurant, a lounge, a bar and meeting rooms as well as providing a wide range of cultural events in its halls. SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE The scientific committee consists of significant scholars, such as Prof. Dr. Aydan BALAMİR, Middle East Technical University Prof. Dr. Aylâ Fatma ANTEL, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Prof. Dr. Axel SOWA, RWTH Aachen University Prof. Bart LOOTSMA, Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck Prof. Dr. Gülsüm BAYDAR, Yaşar University Prof. Dr. Ömür BARKUL, Yıldız Technical University Prof. Dr. Şengül ÖYMEN GÜR, Beykent University Patrick WEBER, UCL, Storp-Weber-Architecture Associate Professor Füsun SEÇER KARİPTAŞ, Haliç University Associate Professor Leyla ALPAGUT, Abant İzzet Baysal University Associate Professor Neşe GÜRALLAR, Gazi University Associate Professor Özen EYÜCE, Bahçeşehir University Associate Professor Derya ELMALI ŞEN, Karadeniz Technical University Asst. Prof. Dr. Ahmet SEZGİN, Mef University Asst. Prof. Dr. Efe DUYAN, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Asst. Prof. Dr. Elvan Gökçe ERKMEN, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Asst Prof. Dr. Emine GÖRGÜL, Istanbul Technical University Asst. Prof. Dr. İsmet OSMANOĞLU, Trakya University Asst Prof. Dr. Margarida Brito ALVES, Universidade Nova de Lisboa Asst. Prof. Dr. Nilay Ünsal GÜLMEZ, Bahçeşehir University Asst. Professor Dr. Paola ARDİZZOLA, Antalya International University Asst. Prof. Dr. Sophia VYZOVİTİ, University of Thessaly Asst. Prof. Dr. Suna ÇAĞAPTAY, Bahçeşehir University Asst. Prof. Dr. Şebnem UZUNARSLAN, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Dr. Susana ABREU, Universidade do Porto, Department of Philosophy ABSTRACT SUBMISSION You can submit your abstract by entering the online registration system at!registration/mainPage
  • 2015 Heritage Barn Workshop

    Portland | Dates: 26 Sep, 2015

    Restore Oregon’s September Heritage Barn Workshop will teach participants about barn styles and types, introduce basic concepts of barn documentation, and demonstrate the types of tools used to build (and restore) historic barns. The workshop will be held  in the Portland area in 2015.

    Whether you’re a barn owner, a preservation professional, or just an admirer of rural heritage, this workshop will provide the basics of what it takes to document and preserve Oregon’s historic barns.

    Saturday, September 26
    Portland Area

  • How to Research the History of Your House

    Portland | Dates: 19 Sep, 2015

    Ever wonder who lived in your house before you...or what your house looked like originally...and why is there a bathroom on the back porch? Researching the history of your house can answer those questions and many others you might have. It can even shed light on the development of your neighborhood.

    Please join us as historians Tibby O’Brien and Morgen Young take you through the steps to uncover the history of your vintage house (as well as any other building). Using the latest online sources, local archives, and libraries, they will show you that the process is not so mysterious when you know what steps to follow and where to look.

    Space is limited. Pre-registration is recommended.

  • Walter Burley Griffin Society of America Sixteenth Annual Conference

    Madison | Dates: 20 Jun, 2015

    Here are important details for the sixteenth annual meeting of the Walter Burley Griffin Society of America, to be held in Madison, Wisconsin, on Saturday, 20 June:

    MEETING: The meeting will begin promptly at 9:00 AM on Saturday morning in the main auditorium of Frank Lloyd Wright’s First Unitarian Meeting House, located at 900 University Bay Drive in Shorewood Hills. The building will be open at 8:00 and we urge everyone to arrive by 8:30. You can park in the adjacent church lot. Morning lectures will take place in this space, which we have reserved from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Lecture topics will include Wright/Griffin’s Lamp house in Madison; John Nolen’s 1911 plan of Madison and its relationship with the design of Canberra; and the architecture of the local Prairie School firm of Claude & Starck. Prof. James Weirick, our fabulous keynote speaker at last year’s meeting in Mason City, is returning as one of the session presenters.

    LUNCH & TOURS: Box lunches will be delivered to the church at noon. From 1:00 to 5:00 we will be visiting a selection of houses in and around Madison. As of this newsletter, we have secured Louis Sullivan’s Bradley house, Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1st Jacobs house, a wonderful shingle-style house near the Sullivan building, and a selection of houses by Claude & Starck. Be assured that, with the expert help of our local chair, architectural historian Gary Tipler, there will be more to come by 20 June.

    ACCOMMODATIONS: A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace, 9 East Wilson Street, Madison, 53703, for the nights of Friday and Saturday, 19 and 20 June. To get the Society’s group rate, you must stay both nights. The cutoff date for this rate is 20 May. Reservations should be made directly with the hotel at 877-510-7465. 
    Use the booking code: WALTER
    Or book online at:

    This hotel is centrally located, two blocks from the State Capitol building and two blocks from the “Monona Terrace” center, a complex loosely based on Wright’s original conceptions from the 1930s-1950s. The hotel is a tenminute drive from Wright’s First Unitarian Meeting House, where the Griffin meeting will begin on Saturday morning. There are many other hotels in the downtown area, as well as several outstanding B&Bs along Lake Mendota.

    The REGISTRATION FORM can be found here. Please fill it out, indicating your choice of sandwich and beverage for lunch, and return it to the Griffin Society’s headquarters. The cost will be for $15 for the Saturday meeting and tours, $10 for the box lunch and, of course, registrants must also have paid their annual dues of $25 to the Society.

  • E1027: Design for Living

    New York | Dates: 26 Jun, 2015

    AIA CES: 1.5 LU
    When: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM FRIDAY, JUNE 26
    Where: At The Center

    How do we put modernist design and architecture into words? That is what architect-designer Eileen Gray and architect-critic Jean Badovici attempted to do in the 1920s with their conversations, published as
    From Eclecticism to Doubt, in L’Architecture Vivante, 1929. Together, as partners in work and love, they built a house by the sea-code name E1027–that illustrated the questions explored in their dialogues. Paramount was Gray's position that design is “not a matter of simply constructing beautiful ensembles of lines, but above all dwellings for people.”

    Join us for a performance on Friday, June 26, as these groundbreaking discussions between Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici are brought to life by two actors, Anne Priol and Mica Smadja, through a multi-media staged reading adapted and directed by artist Elizabeth Lennard. Together, Gray and Badovici, Priol and Smadja, chart out early modern design priciples as they discuss the relation of house to landscape and climate, how to harmonize the interior with the exterior; and the cold calculations of architectural theory versus human emotions. Gray and Badovici express opposite points of view until they find a new way to design and build together and reconcile their differences.

    Organized by: Center for Architecture

    Price: $10 for AIA members and students with a valid ID; $15 for non-members

    Please RSVP here.

  • Mario Bellini: A Passion Called Project

    New York | Dates: 09 Jun, 2015

    When: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM TUESDAY, JUNE 9
    Where:151 Wooster Street

    The Italian architect Mario Bellini will tour multiple U.S. cities to speak about his longstanding relationship with Cassina and the international projects which have made him one of the most influential architects of our time. On Tuesday, June 9th, Mr. Bellini will speak at the Cassina studio in Soho, and introduce two new additions to his "Cab" collection, the Cab Night bed and the Cab Lounge armchair, both of which adhere to the sinuous and tailored lines that characterize the Cab collection.

    151 Wooster Street
    New York, NY

    Mario Bellini

    Organized by
    (212) 255-8588

    Sponsored by

    Free for members and non-members.

    Event website:

  • Architect Talk: A Line Around an Idea—Drawing in a Computer Age

    Pittsburgh | Dates: 26 Jun, 2015
    In this illustrated talk, James Wines, founder and president of SITE, a New York City-based architecture and environmental arts organization, discusses the history of calligraphic content in art and architecture as a means of clarifying the inseparable connections between mind and hand for the development of conceptual ideas.

    From inverting expectations of what a “big-box” store should look like via BEST Products Company, to envisioning the Museum of Islamic Arts in Doha, Qatar, as a landscape of rolling sand, Wines has over four decades of successful practice, and stresses that in this age of computer rendering, drawing by hand remains vitally important.
  • Silver to Steel: The Modern Designs of Peter Muller-Munk

    Pittsburgh | Dates: 21 Nov, 2015 – 14 Mar, 2016

    Silver to Steel situates Peter Muller-Munk (1904–1967), a German émigré to the U.S., among the most influential designers of his generation. With more than 120 works of hand-wrought silver and popular mid-century products, supported by drawings, multimedia interviews, and period advertising, this exhibition presents the untold story of a man who rose from anonymity as a young silversmith at Tiffany & Co. to become a crucial postwar designer, promoting the practice of industrial design across the globe through one of the top design consultancies in America: Peter Muller-Munk Associates (PMMA).

    Beginning with Muller-Munk’s remarkable Art Deco silver, the exhibition also features his best-known designs: the streamlined Normandie pitcher and Waring waterfall blender. But the revelation comes in his previously undocumented work: cameras, radios, cocktail shakers, power tools, and refrigerators; and total environments for gas stations, international expositions, and mass-transit vehicles. PMMA’s contributions to public projects like the famous Unisphere for the 1964 World’s Fair, have been overlooked for decades. The firm counted Alcoa, Bayer, Bell & Howell, Bissell, Mellon Bank, Pittsburgh-Corning, Silex, SOHIO, Texaco, U.S. Steel, Waring, and Westinghouse among its scores of national clients. For these and other firms Muller-Munk produced thousands of designs.

    Silver to Steel, will reestablish Muller-Munk’s position as one of the preeminent industrial designers of the mid-20th century and provide visitors the opportunity to explore the impact of good design on everyday life.

    The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue produced by Carnegie Museum of Art and DelMonico Books/Prestel.

    Silver to Steel is co-organized by Rachel Delphia, The Alan G. and Jane A. Lehman Curator of Decorative Arts and Design, and Jewel Stern, independent scholar and curator.

  • Workshop: Line Around an Idea with James Wines

    Pittsburgh | Dates: 27 Jun, 2015
    Get an architect’s perspective on the development of conceptual ideas as James Wines leads participants through a series of drawing exercises designed to challenge and enrich any artistic practice.

    James Wines is the founder and president of SITE, a New York City-based architecture and environmental arts organization. From inverting expectations of what a “big-box” store should look like via BEST Products Company, to envisioning the Museum of Islamic Arts in Doha, Qatar, as a landscape of rolling sand, Wines has over four decades of successful practice, and stresses that in this age of computer rendering, drawing by hand remains vitally important.
  • Broadway Modern Tour

    Winnipeg | Dates: 29 Jul, 2015
    This 90 minute tour focuses on the post-1945 development of the area as a premier business district and the collection of modernist architecture designed by some of Winnipeg’s most notable firms.

    Broadway between Main Street and Osborne Street has long been an address of prestige, book-ended by two dominant, significant works of architecture – Union Station to the east and the Manitoba Legislative Building to the west. The early history of the avenue was as a desirable residential neighborhood, with little commercial activity. A building boom in the late 1950s to early 1970s, however, was responsible for the development of the Broadway as we know it.

    All surfaces will be wheelchair and stroller accessible. The tour is free and no registration is required.
  • Terra Cotta Architecture Tour

    Winnipeg | Dates: 08 Jul, 2015
    Did you know that many of Winnipeg's "stone" buildings are made of clay?

    Winnipeg’s terra cotta collection is large and essentially complete. It is an unparalleled sampling in North America of the variety, versatility and beauty of this material. Join us for a tour through Winnipeg's downtown to learn more about the history of terra cotta, of Winnipeg's history and to view this wonderful collection of terra cotta architecture.

    The tour, led by Gail Perry, will take about ninety minutes. All surfaces will be wheelchair and stroller accessible.
  • Building a Sustainable Civic Commons

    New York | Dates: 11 Jun, 2015
    Last year, MAS conducted a series of workshops in multiple cities to re-imagine the civic commons: our collection of shared assets (parks, libraries, public markets, etc.) that enable connections and foster a greater sense of community.

    Building a Sustainable Civic Commons brings together innovators from MontrealTorontoChicago,Boston and Philadelphia for a dynamic conversation on the importance of the civic commons to livability and economic competitiveness.

    Following the public release of our “Re-Imaging the Civic Commons” report, which takes a vital look at the status of the commons and their possibilities, we will evaluate our present and look to the future. Join us! 
  • design: ROLLS

    Columbus | Dates: 13 Jun, 2015
    1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    See your city like you’ve never seen it before – from above! Join architecture and design lovers and cyclists for a four-hour bike tour of some of Downtown Columbus’ distinctive landmarks, including the Lazarus Building, The Joseph, Z Pizza, the Thompson Library and the Big Bar & Grill. Tours begin and end at The Center. Bring your own bike or ride a CoGo bike – and be ready to roll rain or shine.
  • Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism

    New York | Dates: 01 Jun, 2015 – 31 Jan, 2016
    Exploring the contribution — and showcasing the work — of a remarkable group of Jewish émigré and American-born designers and architects, this exhibition examines a bold new direction in design and thought that helped create a modern domestic landscape.

    See vintage furnishings, housewares, and graphic designs by Anni Albers, George Nelson, Richard Neutra, Alvin Lustig, Saul Bass, Ernest Sohn, and more than 25 other individuals who helped forge this important movement.

    Walk-up tours will be offered on Sundays in May at 12 P.M., except on May 24 when the Museum is closed for the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. The tours are co-led by Museum Gallery Educators and students from the Master’s Program in Design History and Curatorial Studies, Parsons The New School for Design and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design. These walk-up tours are included with the price of admission.

    Tours for groups of 10 or more, led by the Museum's Gallery Educators, can be scheduled during the run of the exhibition through January 2016 and require advance reservations by contacting or 646.437.4304.

  • IN THE PARK: Play Futures, Conversation

    New York | Dates: 13 Jun, 2015

    “If we see the playground as a potentially vibrant public space, then we have to rethink what it looks like and who goes there.” ― Susan Solomon

    As the culture of childhood and ideas about recreation continue to evolve, so do designs for our parks and playgrounds. Join us for a conversation about the future of urban play. We’ll discuss how everything from conceptions of childhood, trends in parenting, and evolving safety standards impact the design of our play spaces. Surveying the latest currents, from adventure and imagination playgrounds, to nature-based and intergenerational play, we’ll explore questions like: Is play just for children? Does it need a designated space? What should be the role of play spaces in exposing users to and protecting them from risk? What are our playgrounds getting right? What lessons can be learned from other places?

    Participants: Amy Fusselman, writer and editor; Marta Gutman, architect and historian; Chris Nolan, vice president for planning, design and construction,Central Park Conservancy; Susan G. Solomon, architectural historian; Nancy Prince, deputy chief for design, NYC Parks

    This event is designated for AIA CES (1.5 LU).

    LA CES PDH/HSW pending.

SAH thanks The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Fund at The Chicago Community Foundation for its operating support.
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