Thursday, October 22, 2009

Landscape Architect Walter Hood to lecture at U of D Mercy

Friday November 13, 2009
Walter Hood, Hood Design, Oakland, California "Urban Landscapes + Provocations"
NOMA Reception @ 5:00 @ Genevieve Fisk Lerenger Architecture Center


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

AIA CEU at LTU Oct 23, 24 2009

LTU is offering AIA CEU WEEKEND COURSE - OCTOBER 23 and 24, 2009 - 15 Learning Units available, 10 of them are HSW/SD.

Registration form

Friday, October 9, 2009

"Wood: the More Sustainable Structural System"

On Tuesday, October 27th, Lawrence Technological University, The Canadian Council of Forest Ministers and the Detroit Regional Chapter of the US Green Building Council will host an evening forum with panelists Peter Moonen and Marianne Berube of WoodWORKS. Also David Moses of Equilibrium Consulting will be focusing on the recent remodeling of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Presentation: “Wood: the More Sustainable Structural System”

When: Tuesday, October 27th from 5 to 6 pm for food and registration and 6 to 8 for presentation and Q&A.

Admission: Free for all Lawrence Technological University Students; $5 for other students and USGBC members; $10 for general public (cash only payable at the door).

Proceeds are going to the Detroit Regional Chapter of USGBC

RSVP to Elana Shelef or (248)228-3190

Reserve early due to limited seating

Monday, October 5, 2009

Architects who eat their young.

Offering inexperienced and desperate young architects jobs working for free or less than minimum wage is plain immoral, unfair, and typically illegal. This blog will aim to end this practice by exposing the firms that unfairly treat their employees.

Architects who eat their young.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Taubman College Hosts 30 Design Experts in Future of Design Conference

University of Michigan's Taubman College is hosting the Future of Design conference, Oct. 9 & 10, 2009. Thirty designers, critics and provocative thinkers will come together to brainstorm about how design is evolving across various disciplines including architecture, landscape architecture, interactive, industrial, and interior design. The presentations are free and open to the public.

Future of Design