New publication series on Global Architecture to be edited by Bruno Carvalho of the Princeton-Mellon Initiative
When Architects Run Your Building
The result of a design competition sponsored in 1974, the building is still owned and managed by a nonprofit that is comprised entirely of architects.
04.11.16 to 04.29.16
SoA Exhibit: SALVAGE
Curated by Sylvia Lavin. Opening April 11 in the SoA Gallery.
Detroit 101: History, Race, and Real Estate
Betts Auditorium (6pm) Thomas Sugrue, Dan Kinkead, and Jerry Paffendorf
SoA Exhibit: Gallery Reception
Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery. March 30th @ 5p
Detroit 101: Philanthropy & Public Policy
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Don Chen, Ford Foundation
03.21.16 to 04.01.16
SoA Exhibit: A Citizen’s Guide To Real Estate Investment
Princeton University School of Architecture Gallery. March 21 - April 1, 2016.
Detroit 101: The Arts of Urban Transition
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) ; Oge Ude, Alexander Quetell, Lauren Wodarski
Detroit 101: Urbanism & Design
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Maurice Cox, Planning Director, City of Detroit
Detroit 101: Art & Image
Betts Auditorium (12p-1:30p) Judith Hamera and John Patrick Leary will each present work on Detroit.
02.10.16 to 04.27.16
S'16 Lecture Series
Cynthia Davidson, K. Michael Hays, Maurice Cox, Sandy Attia, Guy Nordenson, Barry Bergdoll, Hal Foster, Sylvia Lavin
Gandelsonas Des Moines City Plan Featured in Politico
"Cities don’t, as a rule, change their identities... So how did Des Moines pull off the urban equivalent of a Triple Crown win?"
Kenneth Frampton and Stan Allen discuss "Geneology of Modern Architecture"
6-8 p.m Monday January 11, Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Pl, NYC