Top Events Worldwide for Architecture Students

Top Events Worldwide for Architecture Students

There are various exhibitions, lectures and events are organized around the world that architecture students can improve themselves. These events, some of them are online due to Covid-19, can be an advantage for those living in different countries. Let’s talk about the best online and face-to-face events for you.

International Green Architecture and Construction Materials Expo

Shanghai International Green Architecture and Construction Materials Expo (ESBUILD) is the largest sustainable materials’ exhibition that every architect and architecture student should visit if possible. ESBUILD will represent the concept of “integration, development, and comprehensive provision of green building overall solutions”. There will be five sections & two shows with the promotions of full decoration, energy-saving system, green housing system, green decoration and design, green ceramics and sanitary ware, villas equipment in the exhibition. The Exhibition will be set up on July 13, 2022 09:30 until July 15, 2022 18:00.

Tracce

Tracce is an online lecture talks series. “An open discussion, a confrontation in which the entire public is invited to participate.” they said in website of the studio. You can find selected most interesting themes that emerged during the online talks and asked architects, photographers, videographers, designers. It is really effective for architecture studens to listen while they are discussing on stage, commenting on a series of images curated by Tracce, that somehow represent or interpret the topics. You can acces this free talks on https://www.studiotraccia.com/ until 7 December 2021 04:23 PM.

Young European Architects

Through this event the CA’ASI opens its doors to young architects who searches for innovative solutions to improve a sustainable life. It is aimed to support young architects from all nationalities with the approach of international recognition. A selection of seventy-three projects of this international competition will be on display at the CA’ASI. The 3 winners will be announced during the awards ceremony which will take place in Venice on May 21st, 2021. This event is one of the collateral events of the 17th Biennale Architettura. You can join YoungArchitects competition or visit exhibitions of their amazing works.

Sacred Spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright x Andrew Pielage

Top Events Worldwide for Architecture Students

Sacred Spaces is an exhibition that held by Andrew Pielage. He has traveled the country capturing Frank Lloyd Wright’s buildings in his pursuit to photograph every remaining Wright site. Throughout his travels, he has photographed private homes, public spaces, museums, houses of worship, and more. Sacred Spaces highlights Wright’s unorthodox approach to creating sanctified space and includes churches, synagogues, homes, and civic spaces. The exhibition will travel to other Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the USA, including Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin, Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Fallingwater, in Mill Run, Pennsylvania.

Expo Dubai 2020

Expo Dubai 2020 is one of the largest design exhibitions in the world that set on an area of 438 hectares, located between the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The world’s largest solar energy project, which will be used at Expo Dubai with the sub-themes of Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability, was also introduced. 139 countries participated in Dubai Expo, with the theme of sustainability. You can visit the exhibition until 31 March 2022.

Harvard GSD Fall’21 Public Program

Harvard GSD announces its series of virtual public lectures for the Fall 2021 semester, inviting designers and other curious viewers from around the world to join the school’s dialogue. This fall’s program offers speakers and events from across the design disciplines, as well as the return of the biennial, student-organized Black in Design Conference (October 8, 9, & 10), with the theme “Black Matter: Celebrating Black Spatial Practices from the Magical to the Mundane.” In order not to miss this great opportunity and to get detailed information: https://www.gsd.harvard.edu/

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