Technological innovation has influenced the design of the places in which we live and work in multiple ways. This symposium explores how technology can foster a healthy living environment in tall buildings, within both office and residential spaces.
Join USC Architecture Dean Milton F. Curry in a welcome reception for USC Alumni in China. We will also be welcoming distinguished alumni Simon Chu and Stephen S. S. Wong. We hope to see you there.
U.S. Commercial Service Invites U.S. Companies to Join the Green Building Forum for the 2022 Asia Games in Hangzhou, China
For more information, please contact the US Commercial Service Shanghai or Beijing Offices.
The American Hardwood Export Council and the American Institute of Architects Shanghai Chapter will jointly host a seminar for architects, interior designers, and timber traders of American Hardwoods. The seminar will help attendees better understand the physical properties, grades, and potential applications offered by different species of American Hardwoods.
Our partners at ULI will be hosting their annual meeting on December 6th, 2018. This year, they will welcome speakers Albert Chan, Professor Shiling Zheng, and more, to discuss the future of real estate in China. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us November first for an enlightening talk by Mark Sarkisian on new challenges facing architects and structural engineers, as well as his own career of developing innovative solutions.
Andy To, Managing Director of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) for North Asia will introduce how USGBC supports architects during the design and construction Green Buildings in China. USGBC runs the LEED system of building ratings and professional certifications, one of the most popular international standards for Green Building.
The annual IALD Greater China International Forum always focuses on the latest global trend of lighting design, and attracts Chinese and other countries’ excellent lighting designers. This forum will remain the AIA certifying qualification of academic courses.The forum was strongly supported by AIA Shanghai.AIA's registered architects can participate in domestic forums to accumulate credits, spreading the charm of lighting design and helping the industry co-construction.The “1+N” academic program, play a leading role in lighting design around the world, and pay close attention to the future of lighting. It aims to help Chinese young designers and outstanding lighting design majors from colleges and universities by offering superior resources. For the first time, “IALD Night” will happen, and the IALD members, outstanding students and sponsors will be recognized.
For the next 2 months, view works from China’s first generation of Architects educated at University of Pennsylvania. Curated by Tong Ming. (Please note, this is a Chinese Language event)
We welcome you to join our Technology and Real Estate Seminar on BIM application at W Shanghai - The Bund on June 27. We will have professionals from Engie China, Gensler, RFR Group, HKS, iDRC and XKool Tech to talk about the BIM application in different fields and the future of technology in real estate industry.
AIA Shanghai is proud to partner with Pureliving to provide an interactive session on staying on top of ever changing indoor air quality regulations. Featuring experts from both government and industry. Scan the QR Code for more information.
Our partners at Shanghai's ASSC will be holding a panel discussion on the influence of foreign architects on Shanghai's architecture culture. (Chinese language event)
ShanghaiBIM will be hosting an event about the new features on Rhino new version which was released last month. The technical engineer from Rhino's Factory will give a speech focusing on the new functions of Rhino 6.0.
From March 16th - 25th, DesignRepublic will be hosting their annual Festival of Design, comprising of talks from Architects, Industrial Designers, Photographers, and more. The festival begins with the opening party at DesignRepublic's offices at 88 Yuqing Lu, Xuhui, 6:30 PM. We hope to see you there.
The Shanghai government has invited AIA Shanghai Chapter President Christopher Chan to speak at a round table on creative urban development in China.
Join the annual Winter Meeting of the Urban Land Institute (“ULI”) China Mainland in Shanghai on December 13th and 14th. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Regeneration of Buildings and City Blocks”. The meeting will focus on two types of regeneration.
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Failing IAQ tests post construction? Staff complaining of the smell and not wanting to return to work after a renovation? We've heard a lot of these before. Learn from experienced professionals and share your own experiences during these learning sessions.
ART 021 - Shanghai's premeire international arts festival will open to the public from Friday November 10 through Sunday November 12.
Kangyu Glass in partnership with AIA Shanghai will exhibit their pavillion during the festival. Look for further information about the outcome of our Kangyu Glass Charette from this summer.
NEXT ARCH-SERIES 2017 is a series of 6 half-day events to showcase cutting-edge ideas, projects and practices that will impact the next generation of architecture and design profession as well as the future of the built environment. AIA Shanghai and Linver Insights are cooperating to offer this educational series.
Taking cases from the until-now little-analyzed un-demolished remains of city center neighborhoods in Shanghai, the book Urban Loopholes: Creative Alliances of Spatial Production in Shanghai’s City Center by Dr. Ying Zhou will unpack the seemingly anarchic and opportunistic urban spatial production system of the contemporary Chinese city to address what has perplexed Western public as well as scholars alike.