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New City Reader at Columbia, 1/31/11

The New City Reader finishes its first run at an event at Columbia tonight, January 31, 2011, 6.30pm in Wood Auditorium of Avery Hall.

Announcing the New City Reader

The Network Architecture Lab announces the New City Reader, a newspaper on architecture, public space and the city, produced in collaboration with Joseph Grima and published as part of The Last Newspaper, an exhibition running at the New Museum from 6 October 2010‒9 January 2011.

Netlab Ties for First to Build a Better Burb

The Network Architecture Lab (in collaboration with Park) tied for first in the Build a Better Burb ideas competition with Long Division, its project to reimagine Long Island for the twenty-first century. 

Publish

As part of its Networked Publics project and in collaboration with Domus Web, the Network Architecture Lab announces Publish, a new (temporary) space for discourse on the role of architecture, the media, and the public. Read the entries on our aggregator blog: http://networkarchitecturelab.org/projects/publish and submit by sending a message via our contact form (please also tag with the hashtag #netdomus).

Networked Publics Publish CFP

The Network Architecture Lab and Domus announce Networked Publics: Publish, an open call for submissions to a new collaborative publication. 

Discussions on Networked Publics: Infrastructure, 5/04/2010

 

The Network Architecture Lab continues “Discussions on Networked Publics,” a series of panels examining how technology and social changes are transforming the public realm, held at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's [GSAPP's] Studio-X Soho Facility, 180 Varick Street, Suite 1610, New York City. 

The fourth panel, on "infrastructure" will occur on May 4 at 6:30 pm.

Discussions on Networked Publics: Politics, 4/13/2010

The Network Architecture Lab continues “Discussions on Networked Publics,” a series of panels examining how technology and social changes are transforming the public realm, held at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's [GSAPP's] Studio-X Soho Facility, 180 Varick Street, Suite 1610, New York City. 

The third panel, on "politics" will take place on April 13 at 6:30 pm.

Our special guest is Stephen Graham. This is the New York book launch for his book Cities Under Siege, published by Verso. 

Discussions on Networked Publics: Place, 3/25/2010

The Network Architecture Lab continues “Discussions on Networked Publics,” a series of panels examining how technology and social changes are transforming the public realm, held at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's [GSAPP's] Studio-X Soho Facility, 180 Varick Street, Suite 1610, New York City. 

The second panel, on "place" will occur on March 25 at 6:30 pm.

Discussions on Networked Publics: Culture, 2/9/2010

The Network Architecture Lab announces a series of evening panels entitled “Discussions on Networked Publics” at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's Studio-X Soho Facility to investigate the changing conditions of the media, architecture, and urbanism today.

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