Dortoir Familial Construction Update

Posted on September 25th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: construction

The cantilever at Dortoir Familial is taking form!

 

 

 

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Nader Participates in Architecture Books / Yet to be Written / 1982-2017-2052

Posted on September 22nd, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: Events

Architecture Books / Yet to be Written / 1982-2017-2052

Saturday, September 23, 1:00 – 6:00 pm

The Great Hall at Cooper Union, 7 E 7th St, New York City

Nader will take part in the launch of the Storefront for Art and Architecture’s New York Architecture Book Fair with a day-long event that assembles seminal voices to present and discuss the making of architecture and books in The Great Hall. The event brings together major figures in the discipline and profession to reflect upon the last thirty-five years of architecture and book production, and to evaluate the missing volumes of a history in the writing.

Book signing and reception will follow.

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Nader Lectures at Ohio State on September 27th

Posted on September 22nd, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: Events, Lectures

Baumer Lecture Series – Knowlton School of Architecture – Ohio State University

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 5:30 pm

Gui Auditorium – Knowlton Hall

Nader will lecture as a part of the Ohio State University’s Fall 2017 Baumer Lecture Series. The event is free & open to the public. Read more HERE.

 

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Not Steep Enough!

Posted on September 19th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: In the Press

“You don’t want to feel detached from the sport. You want the sweat to hit you. […] Some facilities, like opera houses and medical theaters, are intentionally steep to allow the audience the best view. Soccer stadiums in Europe and South America are super steep.”

Read more about the Barclays Center’s shallow arena HERE.

 

 

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Tanderrum Shortlisted for AU Urban Design Awards

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: Awards, In the Press, Tanderrum

Tanderrum has been shortlisted for the Australian Urban Design Awards in the Delivered Outcome – Small Scale category. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the State Library of Queensland on Wednesday, October 25. Read more about the awards HERE.

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Nader Featured in Trends Magazine

Posted on September 18th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: In the Press

Nader has been featured in the September issue of  Trends Magazine. Read the article HERE or HERE.

 

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NADAAA Featured in Renoviso’s Top Architects in Boston

Posted on September 15th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: In the Press

NADAAA was named one of the top architecture firms in Boston by Renoviso! Read the article HERE.

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Rock Creek House Featured in Detail

Posted on September 13th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: In the Press, Rock Creek

Rock Creek House has been featured on Detail Magazine. Read the article HERE.

“An essential part of the new design is the revitalization of the historic brick walls. Through careful restoration and combination with modern elements, they shine in new splendor. The frames of the newly positioned windows are even more delicate and filigree compared to the raw walls. Square and oblong, sometimes just as a small opening, next to it is a large, glazed volume: in different sizes and arrangements, the glass surfaces break the picture of the massive views.”

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DFALD featured in the New York Times

Posted on September 12th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: DFALD, In the Press

The New York Times lists DFALD among the new buildings making a mark. The article spotlights Nader who, along with Katie, has garnered critical accolades for the newly opened DFALD. This is the third architecture school Nader has designed.

Read the New York Times article HERE and read the feature on DFALD’s blog HERE.

“For Daniels, [NADAAA] floats an origami-like roof over a 110-foot-wide column-free room to create floodlit studio and social spaces below. A new circulation spine attempts to better link the building, which is set on a traffic roundabout, into the city.”

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MIT Celebrates Kendall Square as an Innovation Ecosystem

Posted on September 6th, 2017 by Jalisa Joyner

Posted under: MIT, Things We Like

MIT Site 4 is featured in MIT’s video celebrating the new development in Kendall Square. Read more about the project HERE.

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