Architecture Association – Lecture Series – Andreas Ruby

Strategies of Estrangement
6pm – Lecture Hall, Architecture Association – 36 Bedford Square London

Architecture Association – Lecture Series – Charles Waldheim

Planning, Ecology and the Emergence of Landscape
6pm – Lecture Hall, Architecture Association – 36 Bedford Square London

MIPIM 2009 Hosts Unique Architects Gathering

MIPIM, the World’s Property Market, is set to welcome an unparalleled line-up of leading international architects as part of its 20th edition conference programme, to be held in Cannes from 10 to 13 March. For the first time, Zaha Hadid, Daniel Libeskind, Thom Mayne, Wolf Prix, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizama will share the same stage, on Wednesday, March 11 at 4:15 pm, as they discuss design and urban planning issues, and offer their respective vision of tomorrow’s architectural practices.

Read more @ MIPIM 2009 – The world’s property market.

MULTIPLE CITY Exhibition in Munich – City Concepts 1908 -> 2008

December until 01.03.2009

“Megacities and shrinking cities, highspeed urbanism – slow cities the cities of this world are changing. The difference between town and country vanishes, everything becomes town, only varying its spatial and structural character. New forms of cities, new urban landscapes, new global and local networks
are emerging.”

Changing Cities in Images

SOURCE: Pinakothek der Moderne

NZILA 2009 ‘The Big Picture’ Workshop – Queenstown

NZILA 2009 ‘The Big Picture’ Workshop – Queenstown – managing large scale landscape change
Thursday 2 – Saturday 4 April 2009

Like many visitor destinations internationally, the growth of the Queenstown Lakes district has been subject to pressures, forces and demands from outside the district and often outside New Zealand. Like New Zealand as a whole, visitor activity and overseas investment (often motivated by the beauty of our landscapes) directly brings economic activity; we rely upon it for our economic wellbeing and survival.

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