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Opportunity Type: Conferences
Title: Re-scaling the Environment: New Landscapes of Design, 1960-1980
City: Zurich
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Country: Switzerland
Summary: The years between 1960 and 1980 were a period of a hitherto unknown scale of building production both in East and West Europe. The rhetoric of "great numbers", "no-stop city" or "megastructure" reveal the advent of new dimensions in architectural thinking. The shift from objects to processes, systems and networks went hand in hand with rapid modernization and gave rise of technocratic concepts and utopian ideals. Economic recession and social upheavals fueled a crisis-consciousness from 1968 on, leading to a widespread criticism of modernization and modern architecture which can be seen as a counter-current to the temptations on bigness.
Start Date: November 29, 2014
End Date/Deadline: November 30, 2014
Opportunity Type: Grants
Title: 2015 John Wesley Powell Prize Applications (Historical Exhibit or Display Projects)
Country: United States
Summary: The John Wesley Powell Prize commemorates the explorer and federal administrator whose work demonstrated early recognition of the importance of historic preservation and historical display.
Start Date: November 30, 2014
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Opportunity Type: Conferences
Title: Construction SuperConference
City: Las Vegas
State: Nevada
Country: United States
Summary: CSC is the preeminent event for professionals in law and commercial construction. It addresses issues and provides insights into the legal and economic challenges and opportunities in the industry.
Start Date: December 01, 2014
End Date/Deadline: December 03, 2014
Opportunity Type: Exhibitions
Title: Opening of the John J. 'Jack' Simmerling Gallery of Prairie Avenue History
City: Chicago
State: Illinois
Country: United States
Summary: Jack Simmerling (1935-2013) had a passion for Prairie Avenue that began as a young boy when his grandfather first brought him there to visit a friend living in the coach house of the old Marshall Field mansion. As a teenager, Simmerling started amassing a collection of architectural fragments from the grand homes of Prairie Avenue as he sadly watched them fall to the wreckers ball. A talented and nationally-recognized artist, he preserved these homes in numerous artworks that captured the glory days of the "sunny street that held the sifted few." Simmerling's huge collection of Prairie Avenue artifacts and artworks were gifted to Glessner House to create a permanent gallery showcasing the history of Prairie Avenue.
Start Date: December 01, 2014
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