All too often marquee design projects in Dallas are awarded to outsiders, taking focus away from the excellent work that Dallas firms and architects are doing.
Future of the City documents AIA New York’s thinking on significant issues facing the city’s built environment.
This exhibition is a global overview of ways in which the existing infrastructure of cities around the world is being redesigned, repurposed, and reimagined to serve alternate and expanded functions for urban dwellers and visitors.
Inspired by New York City’s Active Design Guidelines and the annual Fit City conference, FitNation presents design, policy, and grassroots strategies to promote physical activity as part of daily life.
Explore visionary ideas for redeveloping the 30th Street Station section of University City, from streetscape improvements to complete transportation infrastructure overhauls.
Great cities are built in layers — it is the juxtaposition of old and new that gives cities their interesting corners, their urban surprises and their texture.
The Graham Foundation is pleased to present Where If Not Us? Participatory Design and Its Radical Approaches, an exhibition of visual research by architect Mathias Heyden and artist Ines Schaber.
bcSHOPFTON's exhibition Texas Design Schools: Exhibiting Public Interest Projects will be open June 7th- July 25th and highlight projects by Texas university architecture and design students.
In a nation obsessed with acquiring the most stuff at the lowest price, how well do we understand the value of the buildings and products we buy? How do our purchases impact the future of our neighborhoods? Visit Loop Value: The How Much Does It Cost?