Posts in category "Exhibit"

No matter who you are, what you look like, where you're from, or who you love, you were the 'IN' crowd

The first-ever Global Inclusion Reception (EV321) of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) was held during its national convention in Chicago on June 27, 2014 at the Hafele Chicago Showroom. Here are my three takeaways from the event: It is possible for a diverse group of creative organizations to come together in fellowship. Humanitarian issues,... Read more »

Architecture Showcase: Diversity in Design

Join Chicago and international architects and designers that include Bohdan Gernaga, Ashley Mistry, Juan Moreno, Monte Chapin, Lira Luis, James Karl Fischer, Melissa Sterry, Jimenez Lai, and Sara Frisk as they showcase architecture in all its varied forms as we celebrate design diversity at one of the icons of design, Apple. If you go: Where: Apple... Read more »

Members of US President’s The White House on deck with Architects

Chicago, IL - Billy Dec, member of The White House’s President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) and also an Emmy Award-winning TV Personality, and USA Ambassador (ret) John Maisto, are speakers at EV321 Global Inclusion Reception, an official event in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention.   Billy Dec... Read more »

Famous Sculptures Brought to Life by Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg

Based on last night’s Opening Show, this is a visual spectacle of sculptures that chasséd into stories of French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s passionate and often tumultuous affairs told in “Pyschological Ballet”. The Eifman Ballet of St Petersburg convincingly made Rodin’s famous sculptures such as The Eternal Idol, The Gates of Hell, and The Cathedral come... Read more »

Aspiring Architects Rediscover The Future

Aspiring Architects Rediscover The Future
College and high school students today are exposed to technology far more sophisticated than the computers that put man on the moon in 1961. In a few more years, they will join a workforce that is dominated by diverse parameters–one that is perhaps multi-generational, working in multiple geographies and time zones, and require skill sets... Read more »

Phantasmagoria of 2 ships passing the night

During my late night walks along one of Chicago’s lakefront harbors, I observed two ships passing. One is going one way while the other is headed another way. On that particular night as if by pure coincidence, they came near each other at the harbor. Each had a mission to accomplish and will later on... Read more »

Exhibition exploring relationship between designers and manufacturers

Cubby by Materious
(View original article from i4design Media here) SHARED-PRACTICE.COM and i4design Media IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THEIR FIRST EVER EXHIBITION EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS WITH THE WORKS OF 14 INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN, CHICAGO BASED DESIGN STUDIOS   Exhibition on view June 11-13, 2012 during NeoCon at the Merchandise Mart, Chicago. Booth #7-1048   Shared-Practice will... Read more »

NeoCon Party List

NeoCon, North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors is happening on June 11 – 13th in Chicago. There are numerous parties surrounding this “BIG” show and we’ve compiled those parties’ info for you. We will be updating this in real time so make sure to check from this site regularly: View original... Read more »

NEWH Stuff Happening In Chicago

If you go, here's where to find them:

Wednesday, October 26th from 12:00–6:00 p.m.  
301 East North Water Street 
Chicago, IL 60611
So what’s the latest news in the Hospitality Industry? The Chicago Chapter of The Hospitality Industry Network (NEWH) is hosting its first ever Regional Trade Show on October 26, 2011 at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers. “We start the day with two CEU presentations and then during the trade show you can meet over 100... Read more »

Loving Architect Barbie at Frank Lloyd Wright's Home & Studio

A brunette architect Barbie visited the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park. (image credit: Elizabeth Melas)
When architect Barbie was introduced as Mattel’s Career of the Year for 2011 during the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention in New Orleans, it elicited both positive and negative reactions from the industry. I recently took this doll on a trip to Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin and used the adventure to share... Read more »