Contemporary architecture is much more than merely the art and practice of designing and constructing buildings. It is an interdisciplinary practice that accounts for environmental, economic and social challenges while applying innovative technologies to develop and realize new solutions. But architecture still is, above all, a design practice.
Alan Plattus, Professor of Architecture and Urbanism, Yale University School of Architecture
Ben Gilmartin, AIA, Partner, DS+R
Dana Getman, AIA, Associate Principal, SHoP
Daniel Sundlin, Partner, BIG
Jerry van Eijck, Founder, !melk
Lars Marcus, Professor of Urban Design, Chalmers University
Martin Edfelt, City Architect, Täby Kommun
Rahel Belatchew, Founder and Chief Architect, Belatchew Arkitekter
Ulla Bergström, Partner, White Arkitekter
Bernadette Digges, Creative Director, HFZ Capital
Claudia Herasme, Director of Urban Design, NYC Department of City Planning
Jeffrey Shumaker, Director of Urban Planning and Design, KPF
Justin Moore, Executive Director, NYC Public Design Commission
Niklas Svensson, Director of Urban Design, White Arkitekter
Nina Åman, City Architect, Nacka Kommun
Josh Dannenberg, Architect and Project Manager, Snøhetta
In this program, architects and urban planners from Sweden and New York come together to discuss the power of architectural design to shape our daily living environment and improve our daily life.
A program of Archtober, NYC’s annual architecture and design festival happening during the month of October.
As a reminder, AIA National policy requires participants to attend the entire educational portion of an event to receive continuing education credits. We encourage all participants to arrive on time to comply with this policy.
Center for Architecture