Acts of Design:
New Housing Paradigms in North America

Fri, Nov 16

Acts of Design: New Housing Paradigms in North America

This day-long conference assesses the current state of housing in North America through a combination of case-studies and expanded thematic discussions among architects, academics, and advocates. The conference specifically focuses on new workers housing typologies in Mexico City and designing across scales in cities spanning Toronto, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. A concluding panel discussion with Columbia GSAPP’s faculty will reflect on their respective housing projects as well as the pedagogical evolution of the school’s longstanding Housing Studio.

Participants include: Jorge Ambrosi, Michael Bell, Tatiana Bilbao, David Brody, Fernanda Canales, Gabriela Etchegaray, Adam Frampton, Simon Hartmann, Hans Ibelings, Lisa Chun Lee, Reinhold Martin, Marc Norman, Anna Puigjaner, Lorcan O'Herlihy, and Brigitte Shim.
Organized by Hilary Sample.

Free and open to the public. Registration is recommended for all attendees and required for those seeking AIA Credit or equivalent CES credits.
AIA CES 8.

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