Lecture – Virginia Tech – Peter Culley

Peter Culley

Associate Partner – Rick Mather

Tuesday · 16 February 2010 · 2:00 PM
Hancock Hall, Room 100
Art of Building Lecture Series

Rick Mather leads a busy international architectural, masterplanning and urban design practice. Completed work spans both new build and renovation with a special interest in the cultural and education sectors.

Lecture – Virginia Tech – Roy Decker

Roy Decker
DUVALL DECKER

Tuesday · 26 January 2010 · 2:00 PM
Hancock Hall, Room 100 Virginia Tech
Art of Building Lecture Series

DUVALL DECKER was established to practice architecture with a rare balance of technical skill and design ability, and our reputation with both our clients and the contractors who build our work reflects the extent of our commitment to quality.

Lecture – Virginia Tech – Jonathan Kemnitzer, IDSA

Wednesday · 20 January 2010
7:00 PM · Hancock Hall, Room 100

Principal
KEM Studio
Architecture and Industrial Design Firm

KEM STUDIO is a design firm fusing architecture and industrial design. Our firm was founded and is guided by the fundamental principle that we can make life better through design.

3829 Main Street Suite 600 Kansas City, MO 64111 USA

Australia Will Invest $2.4 Billion To Modernize Perth Airport

Perth Airport is a vital part of the Western Australian and national economy.

In response to Perth’s growing need for modern, well-planned aviation infrastructure, the Master Plan sets out a ten-year, $2.4 billion investment program which includes the phased relocation of all regular passenger services to the International Precinct.

Perth Airport’s contribution to the WA economy is expected to reach $5 billion by 2029, with the number of direct and indirect jobs supported set to double to 37,000.

SOURCE: Australia Government

UBC students design pavilion for 2010 Olympics

Sarah Chung at the THEUBYSSEY.CA reports

The 24-hour design session, or 24-hour charette, consisted of interdisciplinary architecture student teams designing a rain-proof, bright, and lively pavilion to be erected in Downtown Vancouver for the 2010 Olympics. The event was held at the Lasserre Building and ended at 9am Monday morning.

“[The Olympics] are starting to get so close…this is a chance to have an effect and be involved in the Olympics, and the fact that [the pavilion] will actually be built, that’s really exciting,” said Jamie Johnson, a second-year Landscape Architecture student.

Winners will be announced on November 16 by a panel of multi-disciplinary judges.

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