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|Join us in welcoming very special international guests to the
Dallas Center for Architecture.
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Director, The Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Member, Steering Committee,
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Tuesday, April 11 // 6:00 p.m.
The Aga Khan Award
thru April 28, 2017
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is given every three years to projects that set new
standards of excellence in architecture, planning practices, historic preservation and
landscape architecture. Through its efforts, the Award seeks to identify and encourage
building concepts that successfully address the needs and aspirations of societies across
the world, in which Muslims have a significant presence. An emphasis is placed on
projects that address pluralistic communities and bringing together diverse populations.
As Shiraz Allibhai, Deputy Director of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, puts it, the Award
“serves people, serves community.”
Free and open to the public.
Wednesday, 5 April 2017 // 7pm
in the Horchow Auditorium
Dallas Museum of Art
The Dallas Architecture Forum is pleased to continue its 20th Anniversary 2016-2017 Lecture
Season with outstanding architect Annabelle Selldorf, FAIA, the Founding Principal of
Selldorf Architects is an internationally acclaimed New York-based design firm that creates public
and private spaces that manifest modern sensibilities with enduring impact. The firm’s stellar list
of clients includes cultural institutions such as The Frick Collection, the Museum of Contemporary Art
San Diego, The Clark Institute, the Luma Foundation, and Neue Galerie New York. In addition, the
firm has created multiple galleries for David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth and other leading
galleries, and has designed exhibitions for the Whitney, Frieze Masters and the Venice
Ms. Selldorf is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and serves on the boards of the
Architectural League of New York and the Chinati Foundation. In 2014, she was the recipient
of the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Award in Architecture and in 2016 she received
the Medal of Honor from the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter.
|The Northaven Home Tour is presented by the Kramer Elementary PTA as a means to
showcase the surrounding neighborhoods that make up the feeder pattern for our
award winning school, Arthur Kramer Elementary.
April 8 // 10am - 2pm
Special address by Bruce Bernbaum 9:30 am in the Kramer Auditorium
Northaven Road Area • Dallas, Texas
$20 General Admission • $25 includes special Tour Home
tour some of the areas most beautiful home designs •
every dollar spent benefits Kramer students through the Kramer PTA
|10221 E. LAKE HIGHLANDS // Built in 2012 // Architect: Cliff Welch
|Photos by MetroplexHD Photography
|THE 2017 WHITE ROCK
Saturday April 22 and Sunday April 23, 2017 – from 12 pm to 5 pm
White Rock Lake area in East Dallas.
You can start the tour at the Hexter Cafe.
$15 in advance. During the tour, tickets are $20
and can be purchased at the Hexter Cafe, and at any home on the tour.
BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE
The area’s original all-modern and mid-century modern home tour embarks on
its twelfth year of benefiting Blue Ribbon Hexter Elementary, with a wonderful
display of modern homes.
You do NOT need your printed Eventbrite ticket, just arrive at any tour home or the
Hexter Cafe and provide your name. You will be provided a printed ticket
and brochure at this time.
MARLON BLACKWELL ARCHITECTS,
Wednesday, 7:00 pm
Reception and check-in from 6:15 - 6:55 pm
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art
Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, is a practicing architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and serves as
distinguished Professor and Department Head in the Fay Jones School of Architecture
at the University of Arkansas. His architecture is based in design strategies that draw
upon vernaculars and the particular elements of place. His design work has received
recognition with numerous national and international design awards and significant
publication in books, architectural journals and magazines.
The office of Marlon Blackwell Architects has been recognized as the Firm of the Year
by Residential Architect magazine. Recent honors include the St. Nicholas Eastern
Orthodox Church (Springdale, Arkansas) winning an AIA National Honor Award and the
Civic and Community Building category at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona,
Spain. The IMA Ruth Lilly Visitor’s Pavilion (Indianapolis, Indiana) also received an AIA
National Honor Award. Most recently, Marlon Blackwell Architects received the 2016
Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture and was named Best Architectural
Design Firm in the U.S. by Architect Magazine.
The significance of Blackwell’s contributions to design is evidenced by the Architecture
Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the publication of a
monograph of his work entitled An Architecture of the Ozarks: The Works of Marlon
Blackwell published by Princeton Architectural Press. Blackwell was selected by The
International Design Magazine as one of the ID Forty: Undersung Heroes and as an
“Emerging Voice” by the Architectural League of New York. Marlon Blackwell co-founded
the University of Arkansas Mexico Summer Urban Studio, and has coordinated and
taught in the program at the Casa Luis Barragan in Mexico City. He received his
undergraduate degree from
BIG ARCHITECTS, NEW YORK CITY AND COPENHAGEN
26 April 2017
Wednesday, 7:00 pm; Reception and check-in from 6:15 – 6:55 pm
City Performance Hall, Dallas Arts District
Kai-Uwe Bergmann is Managing Partner at BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) who brings his expertise to
projects around the globe, including work in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Kai-Uwe oversees BIG’s projects in over 20 different countries. BIG is a Copenhagen and New
York-based group of architects, designers, builders, and thinkers operating within the fields of
architecture, urbanism, interior design, landscape design, product design, research and
development. The office is currently involved in a large number of projects throughout Europe,
North America, Asia and the Middle East. BIG’s architecture emerges out of a careful analysis
of how contemporary life constantly evolves and changes. Not least due to the influence from
multicultural exchange, global economic flows and communication technologies that all together
require new ways of architectural and urban organization. BIG believes that in order
to deal with today’s challenges, architecture can profitably move into a field that has been
largely unexplored. Like a form of programmatic alchemy BIG creates architecture by mixing
conventional ingredients such as living, leisure, working, parking and shopping.
Registered as an architect in the USA (eight states) and Canada, Bergmann most recently
contributed to the resiliency plan The DryLine to protect 10 miles of Manhattan’s coastline.
He complements his professional work through previous teaching assignments at the
University of Florida, the New School of Architecture in San Diego and his alma mater the
University of Virginia. Kai-Uwe Bergmann also sits on the Board of the Van Alen Institute,
participates on numerous international juries and lectures globally on the works of BIG.
Among BIG's many projects are the Danish Maritime Museum; Superkilen, a public
park in Copenhagen; the Zira Island master plan; Lego House Museum; and Europa
City in Paris. Among projects currently under construction are the DryLine, an integrated
flood protection system in NYC; Two World Trade Center; and the Google Corporate
SHERLE WAGNER + SHERLE WAGNER ART GALLERY (SWAG)
Since 1945, Sherle Wagner has been the premier source for luxury hardware and bath accessories,
representing the highest level of design and artistry. In addition to being an innovative designer,
Sherle Wagner himself was a talented artist. His commitment to the arts as a creator and collector,
and his belief in both the aesthetic and social importance of art, informs the company’s ongoing
Sherle Wagner Art Gallery (SWag) was established with this legacy in mind. It is a forum for
introducing and supporting new artists and for celebrating more established ones. SWag’s choice
of location in Dallas at 1025 Slocum St is in recognition of the city as home to a lively and
expanding art scene.
|The Dallas Modern Meet up is about:
Connecting the Dallas Modern Community
Fostering Ideas and Creativity
Having a good time!
Come network, socialize, learn and share ideas among other stewards of the
Dallas modern community. Our members are designers, enthusiasts, mod
home owners,music people, builders, architects, artists, art collectors,
modern enthusiast, real estate people, business people, health and
fitness, furniture, film and fashion people of the Big D.
This is a monthly meet up, your invited! Feel free to invite another
modernista friend or just bring them with you.
APRIL 26 // 6.30-8.30PM
Casci Plaster Studio
Thursday | April 27 | 6 p.m. | 2615 South Good Latimer Expressway
The 87 year old Casci Plaster Studio retains decades of tools, artisans, plaster molds and
finished products. We will hear about the studio's history, it's new owners and remarks
from architect Wilson Fuqua on the studio's significance to historic Dallas. You do not
want to miss this journey into the land of plaster. You can read more about Casci here.
Admission is free for members of Preservation Dallas, $20 for the general public.
Reservations are required. Please RSVP on Eventbrite or call us at 214-821-3290.