WASHINGTON – The Architects Foundation today announced the launch of its latest exhibit at The Octagon. SAY IT LOUD, curated by Pascale Sablan, FAIA, will be on view through December 2022. SAY IT LOUD is an exhibit featuring projects by women and diverse design professionals, as well as interviews about their experiences in the architecture … Continue reading SAY IT LOUD exhibit launches at The Octagon!
The CODAawards program honors the individuals and teams whose collective imaginations create the public and private spaces that inspire us every day. This year’s exhibit celebrating projects that integrate commissioned art into interior, architectural, or public spaces is on view virtually.
Washington, DC – Today the Society’s Cage interpretive installation opens to the public on the National Mall in Washington, DC. SmithGroup, one of the nation’s leading integrated design firms, is the lead sponsor for the project, initiated by a diverse team of designers in their Washington, DC office. The installation’s opening is timed to coincide with the March … Continue reading Society’s Cage Installation Opens on the National Mall
This virtual discussion explores the work by Hans Herrmann, AIA and students to create physical and virtual reality models of four unrealized E. Fay Jones buildings at the Crosby Arboretum, buildings intended to accompany the iconic Pinecote Pavilion completed in 1985. The Unbuilt Crosby Arboretum is the only known E. Fay Jones multi-building composition/campus. Robert … Continue reading The Unbuilt Crosby Arboretum and the Legacy of E. Fay Jones
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) make up 3 percent of the country’s colleges and universities, enroll 10 percent of all African American students, and produce almost 20 percent of all African American graduates, making these institutions increasingly impactful and vital. While meeting admissions goals and improving retention rates are critical goals for any college, … Continue reading Panel Recap: Placemaking at HBCUs