Resources

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Architecture Centers 2.0 (2018 Design Matters Conference)

In the past year, a number of new architecture centers have opened across the AAO Network. Though the sizes and particulars of each center vary, they all share one common attribute: each organization moved from an existing facility to a new, bespoke home. This session brings together a cross section of experienced leaders from across our field to discuss the expanding roles of their new architecture centers and how they are communicating that message to wider audiences.

Organization: 
Gabrielle Lyon, Chicago Architecture Center (formerly Chicago Architecture Foundation)
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:34am

Architecture Centers 2.0 (2018 Design Matters Conference)

In the past year, a number of new architecture centers have opened across the AAO Network. Though the sizes and particulars of each center vary, they all share one common attribute: each organization moved from an existing facility to a new, bespoke home. This session brings together a cross section of experienced leaders from across our field to discuss the expanding roles of their new architecture centers and how they are communicating that message to wider audiences.

Organization: 
Greg Brown, Architecture and Design Exchange (formerly Dallas Center for Architecture)
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:33am

Notes from the Field: Educating on Affordable Housing (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members presented recent demonstration projects aimed at helping their local audiences appreciate the hazards of delivering affordable housing in their respective communities. In this presentation, Sara Maxana discusses her experience using civic platforms to engage policy makers on urban homelessness.

Organization: 
Sara Maxana, Project Manager, Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda, City of Seattle
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:31am

Notes from the Field: Educating on Affordable Housing (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members presented recent demonstration projects aimed at helping their local audiences appreciate the hazards of delivering affordable housing in their respective communities. In this presentation, Emily Schmidt explores the "Housing Brass Tacks" program.

Organization: 
Emily Schmidt, The Architectural League of New York
Category: 
Public Programs
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:07am

Can We Create an Equitable City? (2018 Design Matters Conference)

In this presentation, Sam Assefa takes an honest look at Seattle’s latest strategies for tackling key issues of equity and inclusive growth: affordable housing, climate change, making room for under-represented community voices.

Organization: 
Samuel Assefa, Director, Office of Planning and Community Development, City of Seattle
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:04am

Notes from the Field: Seeing our Invisible City (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members presented their latest initiatives that call attention to the challenges and unique livelihoods of our city’s most vulnerable populations. In this presentation, Brice Maryman explores optimistic strategies for addressing urban homelessness.

Organization: 
Brice Maryman, Landscape Architecture Foundation Fellow and Landscape Architect (MIG I SvR)
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 27, 2018 - 11:01am

Notes from the Field: Seeing Our Invisible City (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members presented their latest initiatives that call attention to the challenges and unique livelihoods of our city’s most vulnerable populations. This presentation reviews the impact of the Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the proposed shutdown of New York City's L Train.

Organization: 
Andrew Brown, Van Alen Institute
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 26, 2018 - 8:08pm

Notes from the Field: Seeing Our Invisible City (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members present their latest initiatives that call attention to the challenges and unique livelihoods of our city’s most vulnerable populations. In this presentation, Marten Kuijpers examines the "squatters movement" and its role in creating new domestic arrangements, including community housing.

Organization: 
Marten Kuijpers, Het Nieuwe Instituut
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 26, 2018 - 8:01pm

Notes from the Field: Seeing Our Invisible City (2018 Design Matters Conference)

A panel of AAO members presented their latest initiatives that call attention to the challenges and unique livelihoods of our city’s most vulnerable populations. This presentation explored the partnerships, people, and language behind operating public plazas in NYC.

Organization: 
Rosamond Fletcher, Design Trust for Public Space
Category: 
Other
Posted by Mary.Fichtner on November 26, 2018 - 7:50pm

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