2010 Oculus Editorial Calendar
If you are an architect by training or see yourself as an astute observer of New York’s architectural and planning scene, OCULUS editors want to hear from you! Projects/topics may be anywhere, but architects must be New York-based. Please submit story ideas by the deadlines indicated below to Kristen Richards: Kristen@ArchNewsNow.com.
THE 2010 THEMES:
Spring: Architect as Leader: (CLOSED).
Summer: AIANY Design Awards 2010: (CLOSED).
Fall: Thinking Back / Thinking Forward and Understanding the Shift: The recession has given us the opportunity to reflect on the last decades of design and building — and what might be ahead. We will investigate trends in design, building, and marketing that are coming into play. What are the next steps in social media, BIM, sustainability, technology, competitions, stalled projects, adaptive re-use, design for flexibility, mergers and firm acquisitions?
Submit story ideas by 05.21.09
Winter: Practice without Borders: The world is growing smaller. New York is an international city, and it is easier than ever for overseas firms to work here and for New York City firms to work abroad. We will look into reciprocity, licensure, removal of boundaries to practice, and international competitions as ways to build renown.
Submit story ideas by 08.13.09
02.28.10 Call for Entries: 2010 MASterworks Awards
03.01.10 Call for Nominations: 2010 Jane Jacobs Medal
03.05.10 Request for Qualifications: Schematic Design, Plans and Specifications for a New High School in Guilford
03.09.10 Call for Entries: Design 21: Culture Counts
04.02.10 Call for Entries: SARA NY 2010 Design Awards
04.16.10 Call for Entries: Suburbia Transformed: One Garden at a Time
04.23.10 Call for Entries: 2010 Best Firms to Work For
05.03.10 Call for Entries: Lisbon Architecture Triennale — A House in Luada: Patio and Pavilion
05.25.10 Call for Entries: The Living Climate Change Video Challenge