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Sun. 1 Oct, 2017 - Sat. 7 Oct, 2017

Sunday, October 01, 2017

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Monday, October 02, 2017

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Tuesday, October 03, 2017

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Wednesday, October 04, 2017

WILA-MN Networking Lunch - October 4 (Wed. 4 Oct, 2017 11:30 am - 1:00 pm)

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WILA-MN Networking Lunches
WILA-MN has been hosting informal networking lunches at Whole Foods Minneapolis throughout the year. The next lunch takes place on October 4 from October 4, 2017, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Registration is not required. Bring your lunch or purchase downstairs.

Whole Foods- Community Room
222 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55401

About WILA-MN
Minnesota Women in Landscape Architecture (WILA-MN) is a professional networking and mentoring forum that supports Minnesota women in landscape architecture including long-time practitioners, young professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and women considering the profession. To get involved or learn more about WILA-MN you can contact Joan Nelson-MacLeod at 612.332.7522 or jmacleod@damonfarber.com.

 

 

Thursday, October 05, 2017

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Friday, October 06, 2017

UMN School of Architecture Complexity: Dutch and American Housing Symposium (Fri. 6 Oct, 2017 12:00 am - Sun. 8 Oct, 2017 1:00 am)

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This fall, the School of Architecture is hosting the symposium “Complexity: Dutch and American Housing.” Based on the book, Complex Housing: Designing for Density by Professor Julia Robinson, the symposium is designed to expose a select American audience to the values and ideas inherent in Dutch Complex Housing—a highly successful model of housing development.

WHEN: Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8, 2017

WHERE: Rapson Hall, University of Minnesota, 89 Church Street SE (East Bank), Minneapolis, MN

RSVP: Registration for the symposium is now open. To register, visit z.umn.edu/complexitysymposium.

After a half-century of experimentation in social, mixed-use, and mixed-occupancy housing, America is still looking for a better model of housing development. Based on the book Complex Housing: Designing for Density by Professor Julia Robinson, FAIA, “Complexity: Dutch and American Housing” will explore the values inherent in Dutch Complex Housing and how to apply these values to American housing developments.

At the symposium 12 Dutch presenters, representing four projects, will showcase best housing practices governing the development of Dutch housing. In return, local politicians, designers, developers, and builders will host field trips to significant housing projects in the Twin Cities. By providing an opportunity for substantive exchange between housing professionals from the Netherlands and the United States, the symposium aims to help both groups develop new housing practices for each country.

An exhibition, “Complex Housing: Designing for Density,” will also run concurrently at the Goldstein Museum of Design from September 2, 2017 through January 9, 2018.

For more information, visit the event webpage: z.umn.edu/complexitysymposium.

Download press release

 

 

 

Saturday, October 07, 2017

UMN School of Architecture Complexity: Dutch and American Housing Symposium (Fri. 6 Oct, 2017 12:00 am - Sun. 8 Oct, 2017 1:00 am)

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This fall, the School of Architecture is hosting the symposium “Complexity: Dutch and American Housing.” Based on the book, Complex Housing: Designing for Density by Professor Julia Robinson, the symposium is designed to expose a select American audience to the values and ideas inherent in Dutch Complex Housing—a highly successful model of housing development.

WHEN: Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8, 2017

WHERE: Rapson Hall, University of Minnesota, 89 Church Street SE (East Bank), Minneapolis, MN

RSVP: Registration for the symposium is now open. To register, visit z.umn.edu/complexitysymposium.

After a half-century of experimentation in social, mixed-use, and mixed-occupancy housing, America is still looking for a better model of housing development. Based on the book Complex Housing: Designing for Density by Professor Julia Robinson, FAIA, “Complexity: Dutch and American Housing” will explore the values inherent in Dutch Complex Housing and how to apply these values to American housing developments.

At the symposium 12 Dutch presenters, representing four projects, will showcase best housing practices governing the development of Dutch housing. In return, local politicians, designers, developers, and builders will host field trips to significant housing projects in the Twin Cities. By providing an opportunity for substantive exchange between housing professionals from the Netherlands and the United States, the symposium aims to help both groups develop new housing practices for each country.

An exhibition, “Complex Housing: Designing for Density,” will also run concurrently at the Goldstein Museum of Design from September 2, 2017 through January 9, 2018.

For more information, visit the event webpage: z.umn.edu/complexitysymposium.

Download press release