2022 Denver Energy Code Training Series
Want to learn more about what is changing for commercial/multifamily and residential buildings when the 2022 Denver Energy Code goes into effect? Join City of Denver for a comprehensive training series that will teach you about key changes in the new code. Feel free to join for specific topics or the entire series, which includes content for both commercial and residential project teams. ICC and AIA/HSW continuing education credit will be provided.
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Mycelium Making Exhibition Closing Reception
On June 14, visit College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver for the closing reception of Mycelium Making: Creating Worlds in the Anthropocene.
Habits of the Anthropocene
The ACADIA Board of Directors and the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver are excited to announce the 2023 conference Habits of the Anthropocene: Scarcity and Abundance in a Post-Material Economy which will be held in person in Denver, CO from October 26-28th, 2023.
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NOMA Mid Year Members Celebration
On June 15th, join the Colorado NOMA Chapter for some outdoor fun, it’s a homecoming, a celebration of life & a gathering of all our NOMA friends!
NOMA Project Pipeline
The NOMA Colorado Project Pipeline Architecture Summer Camp is a 2 day intensive studio-based program that introduces middle school students (ages 7-13/grades 2-7) to the profession of architecture. The students use their creative skills to develop an architectural design for a realistic site in Colorado. Students will learn and practice model making, architectural drawing, sketching, critical thinking and public speaking skills during this fun and challenging program.
ICAA Rocky Mountain Chapter’s Jacques Benedict Awards
Established to acknowledge, support, and advance traditional concepts in craftsmanship design within the Rocky Mountain Region, award categories arearchitecture, interior design, landscape architecture, historic preservation, craftsmanship, allied arts, literature and journalism, among others. Entry deadline is June 16 and projects must be within Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Wyoming, or Montana and have been completed within the last 10 years, 2013 – 2023.
Telluride Art + Architecture Week
Taking place the week of July 10 – 16, Art + Architecture is a weeklong immersive art experience showcasing the architectural, landscape, interior design, and creative talent of Telluride. Join fellow architects Friday, July 14th, for Design Industry Day presented by Altitude Control Technology, CCY Architects, Dornbracht, Henry Built and Delta Millworks. Continuing Education courses are followed by a social networking event.The Madeline Hotel hosts the event and offers preferred rates to design industry participants.
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Canstruction® Colorado is a city-wide competition in which architects and designers build life-size structures entirely out of canned food, which will be donated to We Don’t Waste and distributed to local communities at the end of the exhibit. They have opened their call for entries and have a few spots available. View their “Canstruction 101 slide deck” or Visit website for information
Temple Hoyne Buell Endowed Ambassadorial Scholarship
The Temple Hoyne Buell Endowed Ambassadorial Scholar Program provides $30,000 scholarship awards for undergraduate or graduate studies outside the USA. Scholars must commence studies between July 1, 2024 and June 30, 2025 and expend the scholarship funds within 12 months of starting studies. Study must be in the field of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning or related subjects.