In salute to the refreshingly “pink” wave that characterizes the incoming freshman congressional class, we offer our own Queen Honeybee pattern on an array of products.
In 2018, “a woman’s places IS in the home”
as in the governor’s mansion. So let’s hear it for the folks that went beyond cynicism and did the hard work
of turning discontent into reformation!
In honor of Giving Tuesday and in support of the effort
to make sure every last vote gets counted, 10% of net proceeds on all Queen Honeybee products
will go to Protect Democracy.
Shop links below:
Pillows Fabric Wallpaper
#picoftheday Magpie textile from @emilyziz
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IIDA NY: Speed Mentoring
Back by popular demand and overwhelming success, the IIDA New York Chapter is having its Eleventh Annual Speed Mentoring Event, matching NY design students with leading Architecture and Interior Design professionals based in New York City.
Join us on October 17th at Humanscale.
The Mentorship Program affords students the opportunity to build a strong professional network, receive professional skill development and launch their careers on solid footing through impactful mentorship relationships. Please register to attend as signups will close once event spots are filled.
The goal of the mentorship program is to find a close match based on the participants’ assessments in order to foster more favorable mentor/mentee relationships.
Through this experience, students have the opportunity to learn from design professionals in the following ways:
Clarity and guidance in career paths
Professional skill development
Goal setting and an introduction to a professional network
Event Sponsor: Humanscale
Rebuilding Confidence: The Design, Safety and Security of 1 World Trade Center
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW
Join us for the engaging lunch discussion Rebuilding Confidence: The Design, Safety, and Security of One World Trade Center. Presenter Nicole Dosso, FAIA, of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), will recount the design decisions made by SOM as the firm redefined safety and security measures for high-rise structures in the city following the events of Sept. 11. Specifically, she will discuss the technical site constraints associated with the 1,776-foot-tall tower, completed in 2014, and its robust security provisions. Safety measures incorporated into the project will also be highlighted, including the structure’s egress redundancy and protection of life-safety infrastructure.
Attend and you will:
Learn about the safety and security measures that Skidmore, Owings & Merrill helped to redefine in New York high-rise construction with the firm’s projects at the World Trade Center complex.
Identify One World Trade Center’s numerous technical site constraints around which the architects had to navigate.
Compare the egress strategies of One World Trade Center with those of its predecessor, the original twin towers of the World Trade Center.
Describe the safety measures deployed at One World Trade Center’s site perimeter and incorporated into its infrastructure.
This is a complimentary event; all attendees will recieve a $25 AMEX card to help offset travel costs. Lunch will be provided.
11am to 2pm
Location: Center for Architecture
Register at http://www.aiany.org
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New Series Launched At NeoCon:
AJK introduced the Werkstätte Series in Chicago during NeoCon. This series is inspired by the work during the Wiener Werkstätte in fin de siecle Vienna, started by Josef Hoffman and Koloman Moser. The series includes three patterns, Stempel, Bildmarke and Stilkunst, all intended to reflect different aspects of the design movement during that time.
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Creating More Housing without New Construction
Sep 14, 2018
This program is related to the exhibition The Future of the New York Metropolitan Area: The Fourth Regional Plan.
Meeting our need for housing in New York is tough. We need to build more homes – but we also need to do more with what we have. Better using existing buildings and smaller lots, and finding other creative ways of making room for more people to live is imperative to solving our housing crisis. It’s also no less important for our city that this type of new housing is as livable and well-designed as other more traditional housing.
Join RPA, the Center for Architecture, The Architectural League of New York, local architects, and others to explore how we can create alternative housing such as basement apartment, accessory dwelling units, and small infill, in a way which adds to our built environment and produces the type of quality housing we need.
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Center for Architecture and Regional Plan Association
General Public: $10
Student with Valid ID: Free