A room, a life. Nowadays we spend most of our time in closed spaces. Ideally, they should suit us and be conducive to our well-being. Furniture, décor, lighting, colors, patterns, and fabrics all have an effect on us, albeit an unconscious one. Be it playful elegance, rekindled tradition, or simple functionality, what mainly counts where interior architecture is concerned is the purpose for which a room is to be used. The iF DESIGN AWARD 2021 winners’ designs create totally new styles for very different needs and carry conviction with a great sense of detail.
The NextGen International Talent Taskforce is a collaboration between IE University’s School of Architecture and Design and CPA NextGen to promote international talent exchange and foster discussions related to the real estate industry. This “working group of NextGen professionals”—which includes alumni from IE University—meets bimonthly to discuss important topics such as sustainability, inclusivity, technology, cities and wellbeing.
From Stonehenge to Greek temples, architecture is the signature of humankind on landscape, the artificial element that has always been connected to the natural environment. Architecture and landscape are linked by a fundamental continuity that is now starting to fade, damaging the quality of the space we inhabit.
ArchDaily and IE School of Architecture and Design invite you to unfold the strategic interior design process by solving a challenge for a real client in a real case in a real-time session. The online workshop will take place on June 10 at 5 PM CEST.
Epic Games is excited to announce the next episode of The Pulse—a series of interviews and live Q&As exploring the latest thinking on interactive 3D technology. In episode 6 of The Pulse, join AEC influencer, Fred Mills—together with Salla Pallos of Microsoft, Tim Johnson of Buildmedia, and David Weir-McCall of Epic Games—to talk about the fast-growing world of digital twins and their impact on the future of architecture, engineering and construction.
Gerald Babel-Sutter, CEO and Founder at Urban Future Global Conference, Europe’s largest event for sustainable cities, will share the story of the Urban Future Global Conference: How it evolved from a local mobility workshop planned for the city of Graz in 2014 to be the meeting place for CityChangers across Europe and beyond, with almost 3000 participants gathering in Oslo in 2019.
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL) at the University of Calgary is accepting applications for its Master of Environmental Design (MEDes) program. Located in the foothills of the world-renowned Canadian Rockies, with easy flight access to Vancouver and Toronto, the University of Calgary offers incredible value to international students when comparing its tuition to similar programs in the U.S, as well as a reasonable cost of living compared to other Canadian and American cities.