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The Atomic Age is Over, But Your Chance to Earn 1 AIA LU Is Here to Stay

Posted by Pete Hicks on 4/17/15 10:32 AM
When scientists first divided the atom at the end of World War II, everyone knew that “the future” had arrived. This technological advancement affected everything from the economy to politics to art, and architects like William Pereira and Albert Frey began designing buildings that defied gravity or resembled lunar landers. Join us as we explore the age of “Atomic Architecture in America: 1945-1965” in the latest episode of the Art in Architecture webinar series. Read More

Topics: AIA LU, Architecture, Art In Architecture, Art In Architecture webinar series, Art Nouveau's Influence on Architecture, Atomic Architecture, Atomic Architecture in America: 1945-1965, continuing education, Education, resources, Rubina Siddiqui, Steve Alden, webinar

Art in Architecture Webinar Series Returns March 12

Posted by Pete Hicks on 3/5/15 10:18 AM
For two decades after the end of World War II, experimentation in architecture and design led to the creation of a stylistic lexicon where structures defied gravity, cars flew, and buildings resembled lunar landers. This iconic, The Jetsons-esque era is the topic of this year’s first Art in Architecture webinar, “Atomic Architecture in America: 1945-1965.” Read More

Topics: AIA LU, Architecture, Art In Architecture, Atomic Architecture in America: 1945-1965, continuing education, Education, Four Japanese Architects You Should Know: Kenzō Ta, resources, Steve Alden, The Art Nouveau Movement and its Influence on Arch, webinar series

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