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Alejandro Aravena to deliver keynote on Day 1 AIA Conference on Architecture 2017
United States Architecture News - Jan 25, 2017 - 16:13 13863 views
Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena will deliver a keynote in this year's AIA Conference on Architecture 2017, which will be held between April 27-29 in Orlando, USA with theme of ''anticipate''—and what it means to anticipate need, challenge, and change in architecture and design.
The rebranded AIA Conferences will also host other well-known global architects for Day 1-Anticipate Need including Francis Kéré, Hon. AIA, and Michael Murphy will explore new ways to define and solve project and community needs using thoughtful architecture as a solution and force multiplier.
At its core, this event is about architecture. It’s about designing a better world and giving form to innovation and bold solutions. It’s about tapping into the collective intellect and entrepreneurial spirit of architects and design professionals who are shaping our industry. And it’s about moving our communities, our profession, and ourselves forward.
Francis Kéré Hon. AIA. Image courtesy of AIA Conference
AIA Conference on Architecture program includes workshops, seminars, tours and expo credits, exploring the newest materials, technologies and solutions with 125+ sessions by leading building product manufacturers.
On Day 2, keynoters David Delgado and Dan Goods, moderated by Michael Bierut, will explore overcoming challenge through fresh approaches to problem-solving and creative paths to success.
Day 3: Anticipate change
And on Day 3, keynoter Amy Cuddy will explore how anticipating change can help you position your influence and lead powerful change.
This year’s event offers an unrivaled range of fast-paced, hard-hitting, provocative ideas, presentations by a diverse collection of industry leaders and visionaries, expertly curated continuing education, and an immersive exploration of what’s new and now in our industry.
Top image: Alejandro Aravena, image © Cristobal Palma