Starting next week Architecture for Humanity will be showcased at three venues in Venice. The most important of these is the unveiling of the winners of the 2011 Open Architecture Challenge: Unrestricted Access. We are currently recreating a military bunker in the heart of the Future Steps exhibition with an awesome presentation. We will offer prizes for those who post the best photos of them using it in cammo!
Secondly our friends at Studio 427 and Moleskine are launching their 'Better World' symposium with co-founder Cameron Sinclair
Dont' forget to RSVP for the chapter meeting tonight at the below link.
Tuesday July 24, 2012
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Wells Fargo Tower
333 S. Grand Ave. Suite 1480
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Enter the building by Starbucks and tell security you are there to visit RNL on the 14th Floor.
Parking is best found on street meters on Grand or Hope, or on surface pay lots on Hill St. Parking under the building is very expensive and is not suggested.
Dear Chapter Member,
This is to inform you of a fellowship opportunity. The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship is a prestigious three year award for young architects interested in community design.
Co-Creators Wanted, and it's an opportunity to support one of our London chapter projects.
Would you like to take an active role in creating the Remakery as an organisation, a workspace and a business?
Teams are forming now - see link for details. Do you have expertise that could contribute to shaping one of these areas? And / or, are you interested in learning and gaining experience in one of these fields?
At the moment, the majority of work is voluntary, but there will increasingly be paid opportunities as the Remakery takes shape.
Exciting news: Ecosia has just launched a funding initiative. They're calling for a submission of your own sustainable projects or business ideas for a chance to secure funding and actually make your idea happen.
Between 500 and 10,000 EUR are available to qualifying projects.
'Picking up the pieces' will bring together makers and cultural producers from the Hackney Wick area which explore issues around, recycling, reuse, and the collective production of public situations. The session alongside the academic exposition Between the A12 and Lea River, will feature projects and practitioners which draw from the physical, cultural and creative resources of Hackney Wick and its proximity to produce inventive solutions.
Article 25, Training and Development
Tuesday 22nd May 18.30-19.30
Scott Brownrigg: 77 Endell Street, London WC2H 9DZ
NEW Introductory Rate: £5
This CPD designed by Article 25 is an introduction to the challenges one may encounter when working in the field and how work in international development may differ from practice in the UK.
This course will help you understand how your professionals skills can help deliver projects for some of the most vulnerable communities on earth, in locations with very few resources.
Using the urban fabric as its canvas, Nestworks is a site-specific project commissioned by the Architecture Foundation to provide nesting habitats for the birds we share our cities with including Starlings and London’s House Sparrows – which are alarmingly in decline. With your help, using citizen-science methodologies, Nestworks is both a public project and a people’s project.