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From Field to Form: An Introduction to Building with Plants and Earth

Scholastic's Big Red Auditorium 130 Mercer Street, New York, NY

From Field to Form is a series of events exploring the possibilities, life cycles, and architectural implications of plant- and earth-based materials. Plant- and earth-based materials present an opportunity to reinvent what and how we build. From biogenic materials like straw, hemp, and bamboo to geogenic materials like mud and stone, the translation of renewable

raumlaborberlin: Working on Common Ground

Zoom

Members of the experimental German collective discuss their subversive approach to architectural practice. The 2022–23 Current Work series examines projects and firms enacting new modes of architectural practice, collaboration, and community engagement. Founded ten years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, raumlaborberlin is an experimental collective working at the intersection of architecture, urban planning,

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Rachaporn Choochuey / all(zone): Lightly & Casually

Zoom

The architect presents recent work from her studio in Bangkok. The 2022–23 Current Work series examines projects and firms enacting new modes of architectural practice, collaboration, and community engagement. Founded in Bangkok in 2009, all(zone) is a group of design professionals who, in their own words, “are fascinated by ever-changing mega metropolises.” From temporary urban

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51N4E: How Not to Demolish a Building

The Great Hall, The Cooper Union 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY

The Belgian collective rethinks the possibilities of adaptive reuse. The 2022–23 Current Work series examines projects and firms enacting new modes of architectural practice, collaboration, and community engagement. Founded in Brussels in 1998, 51N4E is, in its own words, “a self-steering collective that wants to empower people to be both autonomous and connected.” The practice

FF – Distance Edition: Leers Weinzapfel Associates

Zoom

The Boston-based practice hosts an online studio visit. The League’s FF – Distance Edition events are informal online studio visits offering a behind-the-scenes look at leading design practices. This season’s events feature practices navigating the legacies and possibilities of American infrastructure, from ecological systems and transit hubs to community facilities and social networks. Leers Weinzapfel

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Athar Lina Initiative: Heritage as a Community Resource

Zoom

Egyptian architect May al-Ibrashy presents her people-driven approach to architectural conservation. The 2022–23 Current Work series examines projects and firms enacting new modes of architectural practice, collaboration, and community engagement. Cairo’s Al-Khalifa neighborhood houses an extraordinary density of historic sites, from mosques and cemeteries to museums and public space. Since 2012, Megawra, an Egyptian nonprofit

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