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Generation Proxima: Emerging Environmental Practices in Portuguese Architecture

AIA New York: Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Pl, New York, New York, United States

Generation Proxima: Emerging Environmental Practices in Portuguese Architecture provides an environmentally oriented overview of emerging architectural practices in Portugal. The exhibition at Center for Architecture builds on curator Pedro Gadanho’s recently published book, Climax Change! How Architecture Must Transform in the Age of Ecological Emergency, which discusses how the current environmental emergency will impact the practice

Nominate a Site to the World Monuments Watch

The 2025 World Monuments Watch is now accepting nominations. World Monuments Fund (WMF) invites nominations for heritage places facing urgent challenges. Every two years, the Watch selects 25 places that tell a local story with global relevance and works with communities to amplify preservation efforts through advocacy, capacity building, and close collaboration with WMF’s expert

Evolutive Ride-On – Chicco’s new creative challenge

Evolutive Ride-On is the new product design contest from baby care brand Chicco. With this challenge, Chicco invites designers, innovators and creative talents to immerse themselves in the child’s world and design a new, transformable ride-on that stimulates motor skills at different stages of growth. We are seeking a highly innovative product that can transform into different

We Are Here: Imagining Space in the 21st Century

A+D Museum 900 East 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA, United States

Works in We Are Here: Imagining Space in the 21st Century features contemporary artists, designers, architects, and data analysts whose work is addressing an age of unprecedented interconnectivity. The exhibition will feature artworks and installations by various artists exploring the complexities of our interconnected existence. The exhibition is on view from January 19 to April


R.I.P. Germain: Avangarda

Sculpture Center 44 Purves Street, New York, NY, United States

The SculptureCenter is hosting the first exhibition in the United States of R.I.P. Germain in the institution’s ground floor gallery. U.K.-based artists R.I.P. Germain explores how lack of access to financial, legal, and other state-sanctioned resources foment support systems that respond to the needs of underserved and excluded communities. The New York City exhibition will

Forest Futures: Will the Forest Save Us All?

Harvard Graduate School of Design - Piper Auditorium Gund Hall: 48 Quincy St , Cambridge , MA, United States

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design will host a two-day academic conference alongside its new exhibition, Forest Futures. The conferences will discuss the survival of the Anthropocene to address the risks, threats, initiatives and improved practices, relating to urban and metropolitan forests. The symposium accompanies a concurrent gallery exhibition in the Druker Design Gallery, Gund


An Atlas of Es Devlin

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY, United States

An Atlas of Es Devlin is the first monographic museum exhibition dedicated to British artist and stage designer Es Devlin, who is renowned for work that transforms audiences. For this first monographic exhibition of her work, Devlin and the curators dug through her 30-year archive, mapping throughlines that connect her teenage paintings to her stage

North Boulder Creative Campus RFQ Submission Deadline

The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA), in partnership with Emerald Development, are pleased to announce the opening of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for design teams interested in the North Boulder Creative Campus project located at 4401 and 4481 Broadway in Boulder, Colorado. The RFQ is open now with submissions due by March 15.

Creating Connections – Call for Entries

The Better Block Foundation, in partnership with Common Era and Humancraft, announced a design competition aimed to address the growing epidemic of loneliness by exploring the impact of design on how people connect with others, the universe, and themselves. The competition Creating Connections aims to heal, unite, and inspire sustainability, inclusivity, and human and spiritual connection,


DOE Launches $2 Million Prize to Advance Cost-Effective, Energy-Efficient Commercial Windows

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Building Technologies Office is launching the American-Made Building Envelope Innovation Prize: Secondary Glazing Systems to advance novel solutions for upgrading inefficient windows in commercial buildings to enable decarbonization retrofits and optimize building envelopes for building electrification. Secondary glazing systems currently on the market can improve energy efficiency without needing

ASLA 2024 Awards Call for Entries

The ASLA Awards Program is the oldest and most prestigious in the landscape architecture profession. They honor the most innovative landscape architecture projects and the brightest ideas from up-and-coming landscape architecture students. ASLA bestows Professional Awards and Student Awards and is now accepting submissions. Guidelines and descriptions for each award are available at ASLA’s website.

$80 – $400

Modernism, Inc. Film Screening at the Boston Society for Architects

Boston Society of Architects 290 Congress Street, Boston, MA, United States

A screening of Modernism, Inc. a documentary that explores the life and career of Eliot Noyes, the architect (educated by Walter Gropius at Harvard) and designer who built the design programs for IBM, Westinghouse and Mobil Oil and who played a prominent role in the influence of modernism on culture and design in midcentury America.

$15 – $30