Posts Tagged ‘Roberta Feldman’

Peter Landon Participates in ‘Wisdom from the Field’ Panel

Earlier this month, AIA Chicago’s Community Interface Committee welcomed the 2011 Latrobe Prize-winning authors of “Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice” to discuss what makes today’s public interest practices work. LBBA’s Peter Landon, an interviewee during their research, was a featured speaker in the afternoon session. He later joined John Syvertsen (Cannon…

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Community Design: Trend or Change?

Join Chicago Women in Architecture tonight for the first event of the 2013-2014 membership year: In our current, existing world of single use communities, the live/work/play philosophy is catching on in the suburbs as well as being resurrected in urban areas. Through this breath of current analytical approaches, and the evolved thought-processes since the 1960’s,…

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Where If Not Us? — Participatory Design and Its Radical Approaches

The first exhibition of the Graham-funded research by architect Mathias Heyden and artist Ines Schaber opens this Thursday, June 27 at the Graham Foundation’s Madlener House. Where If Not Us? — Participatory Design and Its Radical Approaches focuses on a visual re-presentation of the community design movement in the United States. The project reflects upon…

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LBBA’s Catherine Baker Participating on Two Panels at Design in Action 2011

The Chicago-based AAO (Association of Architecture Organizations) is hosting its annual Design in Action Conference in Philadelphia this year.  The 2.5 day conference includes keynote events, 20+ breakout sessions, a community design exhibition, workshops, hands-on building opportunities and mobile tours, with a focus on community collaboration and design within architecture and the built environment. Catherine will…

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