The Hip Hop Architecture Camp uses hip hop culture as a catalyst to introduce underrepresented youth to architecture and design through three interconnected realms; media, professional practice and academia. Join The Hip Hop Architecture Camp team for a hands on, interactive Hip Hop Architecture Design Cypher focusing on creating socially just cities based on the analysis of popular hip hop lyrics. Cypher participants will learn to generate and print 3d models. No experience necessary!
Join me at Tuskegee University's Robert R Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 for a lecture on Hip Hop Architecture.
oin The Hip Hop Architect, Dr Craig Wilkins of The University of Michigan's Taubman College, Tiffany Brown of The National Organization of Minority Architects and Dan Guillory, of Autodesk at SXSW as we discuss hip hop as a catalyst to diversify architecture and design professions.
Frank Lloyd Wright Design Series - Hip Hop Architecture: Exploring The Intersection of Music and Architecture
The Wright Design Series was inspired by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright who, although known for his architectural designs, also created designs in furniture, clothing, textiles and tableware. The free lectures and discussions highlight a wide array of design topics including architecture.
Architectural designers, Michael Ford, "The Hip Hop Architect" and Design Justice advocate Bryan Lee will discuss the cultural and colloquial implications of architecture in the built environment through the lens of Hip Hop Culture and Design Justice.
SXSW Eco brings together a unique mix of leaders spanning multiple disciplines to share their breakthrough ideas and insights with our audience. Each year, our speakers deliver inspirational and informative talks designed to spark collaboration and action
On Monday, September 12 I will be give a lecture titled "Hip Hop Architecture" at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Architecture.
On July 14, 2016 as part of Detroit's Drinks x Design, BrandNu Design's "Hip Hop Architecture Exhibit" will be on display at the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History. currently, the world's largest institution dedicated to the African American experience! The interactive exhibit details the intersection of hip hop culture and the built environment while also showing BrandNu's design process for The Universal Hip Hop Museum in The Bronx.
The NOMAS Symposium 2015: “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” is geared towards bringing awareness to successful minorities and women who have been able to “Break the Glass Ceiling,” achieve lead positions and become successful in the field of architecture. As “we” succeed and break that glass ceiling, “we” realize that “we” become that representative and the trailblazer of our “group”.