Easily clip, save and share what you find with family and friends. Easily download and save what you find. Professional practice for interior designers 4th edition pdf discussion of international architecture and urbanism. This year UABB will be partnering with architects, artists, and designers to share their thoughts about urban culture through its first ever art exhibition.
UABB 2017 aims to gain examples of urban development in Shenzhen and create a broadened discussion of urban issues. Under the theme of Cities, Grow in Difference, there will be three sections to provide context, real examples, and interventions to further understand and improve quality of urban villages in China. South, curated by Liu Xiaodu, will provide a background for the theme Cities, Grow in Difference. South will present the Southern world from dimensions of natural evolution, historical change, geopolitical shift, and world development.
It will also explore local-global governmental dynamics and its effect in modern society. This section features Chinese architect Liu Jia Kun whose works have been featured in Germany, France, and Italy. Village section is curated by Meng Yan and will detail the situation of China’s urban villages. Iranian-American architect Nader Tehrani alongside Dutch architecture team MVRDV who will exhibit The Why Factory installation. UABB’s premier curator Chang Yung Ho will also be working to make Nantou a cultural stop for the future. The Art Making Cities marks UABB’s first ever art exhibition, directed by co-curator Hou Hanru, and opening new grounds in the art design world.
Art Making Cities explores the unorthodox city-making approaches and its effects on villages. Experiencing immense pressure from rapid urban growth, the urban village of Nantou underwent spontaneous development due to its historical legacy and local policies. This presents local governments with a dilemma between protecting historical heritage and renovating to improve quality of life. Architect Helmut Jahn’s kaleidoscopic, controversial State of Illinois Center in Chicago, which shocked the world when it opened in 1985, may not be long for this world. Today the building is a run down rusty shadow of its former self, occupying a lucrative downtown block and deemed expendable by the cash-strapped state legislature. On a typically cold and rainy November evening, Portland Design Events launched its inaugural lecture series event, Designing for Change, featuring Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects from San Francisco, with an introductory lecture by local architect Amanda Petretti founder of Studio Petretti Architecture.
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