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Thanks to AIA Brooklyn (American Institute of Architects - Brooklyn Chapter) for publishing images of the Hip Hop Inspired Architecture exhibit at the 2014 National AIA Convention in Chicago, Illinois in their recent newsletter. Click the button below to access the pdf version of the publication which focuses on distributing information fromt the 2014 AIA Repositioning Report from AIA National.
On September 24, 2014 as part of the 2014 Detroit Design Festival I will give a lecture at titled "Hip Hop Inspired Architecture" at the University of Detroit's School of Architecture.
Date: September 24, 2014
See Detroit Design Festival's full lineup here.
The main goals of the lecture are to:
1. Increase the awareness of the social responsibilities of architects and urban planners.
2. Encourage individuals of the profession's underrepresented groups to pursue a career in architecture.
3. Provide tools to increase the recruitment and retention rates of minorities in schools of architecture across the country.
4. Blast some hip hop in the middle of an architecture school!
Great news! On June 26, 2014 at the 2014 American Institute of Architects National Convention in Chicago Illinois, a Hip Hop Inspired Architecture exhibit will be on display and its being designed by yours truly! After years and years of research, presentations and lectures at various universities and multiple publications, I am now going to show my aspirations on a grand scale. The 2014 AIA Convention in Chicago may very well attract over 15,000 attendees, including architectural professionals, practitioners, educators, students and allied professionals from around the nation. Please help me make this exhibit possible by clicking on the donate button below. I will be grateful for any amount and will display your name or company name as a sponsor.Read More