A member of IIDA NY since 2002, Michael-Battaglia has worked with the Leaders Breakfast committee since 2011 and previously served as vice president of membership from 2008 to 2009.
Tehrani brings with him more than 25 years of industry experience, during which he founded Boston–based NADAAA.
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously granted final approval to construct the $300 million Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
Since 2003, Fedrizzi has served as CEO for the organization, which has assembled a search committee to fill the position for 2017.
As the country’s first U.S. Diplomacy museum, the facility is slated to re-engage the nation with diplomatic virtues and ideas.
Currently in the schematic design phase, tower construction will begin this October with a slated completion date of 2018.
The 2016 ASID Board of Directors term begins on October 1, 2015, and the current board will continue to serve until then.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) reported that the ABI score increased from 48.8 in April to 51.9 in May, reflecting an increase in design services.
The winning design will be an interactive experience that engages visitors with museum artwork and programs throughout linked pavilions and plazas positioned around an interior street.
Several indicators, such as an increase of billing and inquiries, suggest that the design industry has recovered from the 2008 recession and that firms of all sizes will hire new employees within the next year.
Gerkan, Marg and Partners’ 268,395-square-foot design references the historic Chigang Pagoda
The approximately 262,467-sqaure-foot science museum will be located on the south bank of the Pearl River
Martin Lesjak, co-founder of INNOCAD and Contract 2015 Designer of the Year, and fashion designer Anastasija Sugic delivered a keynote presentation at NeoCon about their work through 13&9 Design, of which they are both CEOs and creative directors.
Owned by Russian businesswoman and gallerist Dasha Zhukova, the polycarbonate-clad gallery is housed in a refurbished Soviet-era restaurant that had been abandoned for more than 20 years.
Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola discusses her inspirations, the trajectory of her career, and what she has learned from consistently pushing the boundaries as a woman in the design industry.
The competition celebrates originality of design, visual impact, effective use of materials, and the use of space, color, texture, lighting, and graphics in showrooms and booths at NeoCon.
The firm’s winning proposal depicts an approximately 25,000-square-foot building with a complex facade featuring multiple house-shaped voids varying in size in reference to the institutions housed within.
The 48-story tower will replace an existing 20-story office building owned by the project's developer, Bosa Properties.
Contract magazine’s 37th annual Interiors Awards, which celebrate great design in projects across 14 categories of commercial interior architecture and design, as well as a student category, is now accepting entries.
The $75,337 prize is known as Scandinavia’s most distinguished architectural award.
This year, over 560 project entries were submitted across 20 categories, and approximately 340 product entries were submitted in 10 categories.
The 7,000,000-square-feet site is intended to position Miami as a location for future tech industries.
Urquiola founded her eponymous studio in Milan where she currently works on product design, architecture, interiors, installations, and concept creation.
Portland–based Mayer/Reed, Canadian firm Dialog, and the New York and San Francisco offices of Snøhetta have been selected to design the walkway structure at the second biggest waterfall by volume in North America.
Design of the new terminal building will feature a new central entry portal, unify previously unconnected terminals, and serve approximately 50 percent of the passenger volume at the airport.
Ponce de Leon will replace Alejandro Zaera-Polo following allegations of plagiarism in his work for the 2014 Venice Biennale.
The curators plan to reveal the third Istanbul Design Biennial’s theme in December 2015.
Morphosis Architects’ Emerson College Los Angeles was honored with the Stellar Architecture award.
Shining a light on a world without AIDS, the organization’s Imagine Ball is the fifth in a series of six Believe Galas dedicated to DIFFA/Chicago grantees.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) reported the ABI score for April was 48.8, reflecting a drastic decrease from March’s score of 51.7.
To increase both facility capacities and amenities, HOK plans to guide soccer-specific stadium development for expansion clubs and renovation of current USL stadiums.
Co-sponsored by Contract magazine, the competition honors healthcare interior architecture and design across a range of project types.
The lecture will be hosted by the New York chapter of AIA (AIANY) at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26, at the AIANY Center for Architecture.
Produced by Emerald Expositions, the publisher of Contract, ICFF featured 165,000 square feet of exhibition space, a range of events and features, and a number of CEU-accredited education sessions presented by the American Society of Interior Designers.
Slated for release in July, the full 2015 report will include data and minority numbers within the field, an updated status on graduates from accredited architecture programs versus non-accredited programs, and IDP and ARE year-over-year completion times.
Additionally, Jennifer Workman, AIA, L. Jane Frederick, FAIA, and Anthony P. Schirripa, FAIA, were elected to serve as at-large directors, while Stuart L. Coppedge, AIA, was elected 2016–2017 treasurer.
IDBI data predicts stronger business conditions and continued expansion for interior design, with an index of 73 slated for the next six months.
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has named the winners of the 19th Annual IIDA/HD Product Design Competition, which is presented in partnership with Hospitality Design magazine and open to all exhibitors at HD Expo 2015.
New York–based firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in partnership with Denver–based practice Anderson Mason Dale Architects, has unveiled renderings of the U.S. Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Pritzker Prize will hold its annual award ceremony tonight at the New World Center in Miami Beach.
The Architectural League of New York and the Young Architects + Designers Committee have named six winners to be awarded with the Architectural League Prize, one of North America’s most prestigious awards for young designers and architects.
The 27th edition of ICFF, the premier global design show, will be held at Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, May 16–19.
In collaboration with his firm, Ban’s relief organization Voluntary Architects’ Network (VAN) will assemble shelter and medical aid stations onsite.
A contributor to architectural education, Cobb also served as chair of Harvard’s department of architecture in the 80s and is active in the Architectural League.
The building was designed by Barcelona–based Barozzi Veiga who received a cash prize and the biennial award.
This report marks the fifth consecutive month of decline.
In an effort to recognize the culinary and design accomplishments of other cities, the event was held in Chicago in contrast to New York where it has taken place since its inception in 1990.
QS is a global career and education network that publishes academic rankings annually.
In partnership with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the institute is seeking Nepalese nationals and experienced professionals to join the initiative.
The performance combined both dance and architectural elements to explore the way people move and react in space.
Six award winners will receive awards of excellence, while five will receive citations of merit.
The exhibition features more than 100 notable works by influential women working with materials, such as textiles, ceramics, and metals.
Erik L’Heureux, AIA, won a $100,000 traveling fellowship for his winning proposal, Hot and Wet: The Equatorial City and the Architectures of Atmosphere.
Trisha Wilson and Jamie Drake will additionally receive Honorary Doctorate degrees, with Wilson giving the commencement speech.
The 215,000-square-foot, six-story edifice was constructed to consolidate the city’s 500 Boston Public Schools (BPS) department civil servants into one place.
In addition to three winners, four firms were awarded with an honorable mention.
The decline has caused a downturn from the overall upwards trending index since the last quarter of 2014.
The increase in design activity marks the second consecutive month of growth.
The $100 million project is designed to accommodate the museum’s need for a larger space.
The majority of his past experience is in the building and construction industry, having most recently served as president of Alcoa.
Over 60 firms and designers, chosen by co-artistic directors Joseph Grima and Sarah Herda, have been announced for the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, this year titled "The State of the Art of Architecture."
Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) has appointed John Peterson, a 2006 Loeb Fellow and Contract’s 2009 Designer of the Year, to succeed James Stockard as the new curator of the Loeb Fellowship beginning in January, 2016.
Hillis previously served as the senior vice president of Durkan Hospitality.
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has appointed Nelson Design Director Scott Hierlinger, IIDA, as the 2015-16 president and HOK Vice President and Director of Interior Design Marlene Liriano, IIDA, as its president-elect.
The final deadline to submit entries has changed to Thursday, April 16, 2015.