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9/12/2019

New Civic Spaces


Emily will be speaking about the importance of new types of civic spaces in fostering community in two Bay Area events this week.

Join her at Thursday, September 12 at 6:00pm at Impact Justice in Oakland for a round-table discussion of Space for Restorative Justice, an upcoming book about a ground-breaking studio at the Yale School of Architecture led by Emily that explored purpose-built community spaces for new forms of conflict resolution as well as communal activities such as recreation, making meals, and learning.

On Saturday, September 14 at the 2019 ACSA Conference "Less Talk | More Action" at Stanford University, she’ll present “Full Circle,” a related interactive workshop with Ashlee George, Associate Director of the Restorative Justice Project at Impact Justice.



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9/12/2019
8/23/2019

REJECTED: Architectural Drawings and Their Stories


ABA’s Packed House project is on view at the Banvard Gallery at The Ohio State University Knowlton School, in REJECTED: Architectural Drawings and Their Stories, open from August 23, 2019 to October 4, 2019.



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8/23/2019
7/15/2019

Dezeen Awards 2019


Our Storefront Library project has been longlisted for this year's Dezeen Awards, in the category of “Installation Design.” Read more at Dezeen!



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7/15/2019
3/21/2019

Lecture at Syracuse Architecture


Emily and Gerald will lecture at Syracuse Architecture on March 21st. Join us at 5:15 in Slocum Hall Auditorium for a talk on recent and current projects. 



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3/21/2019
3/6/2019

AN Interior 50


ABA is excited to be listed in AN Interior among their top 50 architects and designers for 2019! Read more about on AN Interior’s site.



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3/6/2019
1/18/2019

Syracuse Design Studio Visiting Critics


Emily and Gerald are thrilled to be Visiting Critics at Syracuse University School of Architecture for the Spring 2019 semester. Their advanced design studio, titled “In Effect,” will focus on the creation of a series of public reading rooms for the city of Syracuse.



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1/18/2019