Annual Chapter Meeting - October 28, 2014

October Chapter Meeting

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The Annual Chapter Meeting is on October 28, 2014 at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4H Center. 

5:00 PM Reception and Mini Trade Show
6:30 PM Program Begins


The winning team of the COTE Charrette, EMERGENCY! Design for Stressed Futures, will be announced, the Weight of Architecture Charrette will be displayed, the board slate will be approved, and Gregory Kearley, AIA, LEED AP will give a presentation, Inscape Publico: Inscape Studio - A Social Enterprise. Learn more about Gregory Kearley below.

Location: Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4H Center
2201 Fred Taylor Drive
Columbus, OH 43210

Parking Directions Found Here
Be sure to print out a parking permit!

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AIA/Associate AIA/Affiliates/Students: Free

Non-AIA Member: $20

Register Here

 


 Gregory A. Kearley, AIA, LEED AP

 Greg Kearley

After receiving his Master of Architecture from Catholic University Greg began his career in Washington, DC at Ellerbe Becket. While there, he worked on a number of commercial and institutional projects, including the design of a research center for the United States Department of Agriculture, in Beltsville, MD. After leaving Ellerbe Beckett, Greg joined Travis Price Architects. While there he worked on various residential and commercial projects for this award winning firm before establishing Inscape Studio in 1998.
In shaping Inscape Studio it was not Greg’s intention to create a singular stylistic approach to architecture, but to put into place a framework for a collective design process. It is acknowledged that in describing the work of Inscape Studio Greg speaks with a collective “I”.
In 2006 Greg founded Project 4 with three colleagues. Project 4 is a contemporary art gallery that exhibits works of emerging and mid-career artists. The space, designed by Inscape Studio, provides a platform for exhibiting a variety of media, including installation, video, painting, sculpture, and site specific works.
In 2011 Greg founded Inscape Publico, a non-profit architecture firm. The mission of Inscape Publico is to collaborate with other non-profits to create architecture that reflects their particular visions and serves their clients’ needs. READ MORE HERE

 

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June Chapter Meeting - The Weight of Architecture

June Chapter Meeting - The Weight of Architecture

How can design serve the community at large? This question will be addressed and explored through the program, The Weight of Architecture. Four non-profit organizations, recently accepted to receive Design Service Grants from AIA Columbus, will present the challenges their organizations face, and, under the light tutelage of architectural designers, will begin addressing solutions through design. 1.0 HSW LU. 

Monday, June 16, 2014
Reception 5:00 PM | Lecture 6:00 PM

OSU Urban Arts Space
50 West Town Street, Suite 130
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Register Here, or call 614-469-1973

 

Meet the Organizations and their proposals:

The Dick and Jane Project

SID Public Services

Wild Goose Creative

Homeport

May Chapter Meeting - Performing the Entitlement Tightrope: Columbus Commissions, Review Boards and the Public Engagement Process

Performing the Entitlement Tightrope: Columbus Commissions, Review Boards and the Public Engagement Process

Several prominent speakers from around the City of Columbus will provide insight and input into the structure, roles, and processes of City Commission review and approval. This panel discussion will cover everything from best practices to engaging the public, and will be moderated by Jonathan Barnes, AIA. Speakers will include: Vince Papsidero, Interim Deputy Director for Jobs and Planning, Department of Development, City of Columbus; Ted Goodman, University Area Review Board Commissioner, Architect, F.A. Goodman Architects; Lisa Griffin, Griffin Communications. 

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

The Center for Architecture & Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Reception 5:00 PM | Lecture 6:00 PM

Free for AIA members, Affiliates and Students | $20 for non-AIA members

Register Here, or call 614-469-1973

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April Chapter Meeting: Post-Sustainability; New Directions in Ecological Urban Design for the Near Future

***UPDATE! THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. SAME TIME AND PLACE AS BEFORE. 

POST-SUSTAINABILITY; New Directions in Ecological Urban Design for the Near Future

Case studies, projects, and outreach efforts that aim to illuminate the environmental possibilities of New York City will be presented and will inspire solutions in areas like it around the world. Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE will unpack the working methods of a unique laboratory for scientists, artists, architects, students, and individuals of many backgrounds to explore and advance the larger framework of socio-ecological design. This program is brought to us by the Committee on the Environment. 1.0 HSW LU

View Mitchell's Presentation

 

AIA Columbus presents Mitchell Joachim from Reece Thompson on Vimeo.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014  Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Center for Architecture & Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Reception 5:00 PM | Lecture 6:00 PM

Free for AIA members, Affiliates, and Students | $20 for Non-AIA

Register here, or call 614-469-1973

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March Chapter Meeting: The Evolution of Practice - Computational Thinking in the Design Studio

March Chapter Meeting: The Evolution of Practice - Computational Thinking in the Design Studio

Although parametric design and design computation came to prominence primarily through the formally complex work of early innovators, the real impact of data-driven design methodologies may actually be found far beneath the surface of today's best buildings. Forward-looking design firms are applying advanced computational design techniques to address questions of performance at all scales. This presentation will be given by Nicholas Desbiens, AIA of NBBJ, and is presented by the TAP Committee. 1.0 LU

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Center for Architecture & Design
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, Ohio 43215

Reception 5:00 PM | Lecture 6:00 PM

Free for AIA members, Affiliates, and Students | $20 for Non-AIA

Register here, or call 614-469-1973

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