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“In and Out of [fresh/waste/hot] Water”: <br>Lynda H. Schneekloth and Julie Barrett O’Neill Lecture at the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning</br>

“In and Out of [fresh/waste/hot] Water”:
Lynda H. Schneekloth and Julie Barrett O’Neill Lecture at the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

By Micaela Barker Lynda H. Schneekloth, Professor Emerita from the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, and Julie Barrett O’Neill, General Counsel for the Buffalo Sewer Authority who oversees the implementation of the Authority’s $93 million green infrastructure combined sewer overflow reduction program, are two of Buffalo’s strongest advocates for the accessibility and […]


university hubs fall ’15 + spring ’16

university hubs fall ’15 + spring ’16

We are excited to finally announce our year-long series on Environmental Impact(s): Design + Environment | Environment + Design! The series asks what is environmental impact and how do designers work with and for the sustainability of the planet? On a very basic and elemental level, how does the discipline of architecture work to circumvent […]


2nd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikiD

2nd annual: women. wikipedia. design. #wikiD

Help us celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month by writing at least one woman architect, designer or someone involved in the built environment into wikipedia. ArchiteXX would like to invite everyone you know to help write into wikipedia women designers, architects and all those involved in the creation of our built environment during […]


Hacking the Politics of Gender in Architecture:<br> A Documentary on Aliye Pekin Celik, from the “Old-Boys School” to the United Nations</br>

Hacking the Politics of Gender in Architecture:
 A Documentary on Aliye Pekin Celik, from the “Old-Boys School” to the United Nations

In 1970, Aliye Pekin Celik became the first woman to graduate from the Princeton University School of Architecture. This documentary film unveils a unique story of gender and architecture, showcasing Celik’s journey from her native Turkey, through a groundbreaking education at Princeton, to a post in the United Nations.* By Meral Ekincioglu, Ph.D. Watch the […]


“In and Out of [fresh/waste/hot] Water”: <br>Lynda H. Schneekloth and Julie Barrett O’Neill Lecture at the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning</br>

“In and Out of [fresh/waste/hot] Water”:
Lynda H. Schneekloth and Julie Barrett O’Neill Lecture at the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

By Micaela Barker Lynda H. Schneekloth, Professor Emerita from the University of Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, and Julie Barrett O’Neill, General Counsel for the Buffalo Sewer Authority who oversees the implementation of the Authority’s $93 million green infrastructure combined sewer overflow reduction program, are two of Buffalo’s strongest advocates for the accessibility and […]


The ArchiteXX Reader’s Guide to the Zaha Hadid

The ArchiteXX Reader’s Guide to the Zaha Hadid

We were greatly saddened by the sudden loss of one of the strongest voices in contemporary architecture. As respected as she was shrouded by controversy, we wanted to give you the tools to cut through the vast number of articles, commentary, and tributes to Dame Zaha Hadid on the occasion of her untimely passing. Don’t […]