NEXT FORUM PANEL

STADIUMS OF THE FUTURE - 2050

21 February 2019

Thursday, 6:30 pm, Drinks at 6:15

Free and Open to the Public
No Reservations Required
Note Venue: Perkins + Will
2218 Bryan Street, Dallas 75201

Moderator:
Sam Bloom, Camelot Communications

 


 

Panelists:
Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys Byron Chambers, Populous Bryan Trubey, HKS

 

Join The Dallas Architecture Forum for a fascinating Panel discussion about what the future of stadium design will possibly be in 2050. Our esteemed Panelists will forecast how technology, advances in engineering, construction and design, consumer expectations, climate change, transportation advances and other key factors may impact how stadiums are designed for sports and entertainment by the middle of this century.

Internationally recognized experts in stadium design from HKS (Bryan Trubey) and Populous (Byron Chambers) will be joined by Charlotte Jones Anderson of the Cowboys organization and moderator Sam Bloom to examine this intriguing topic.

 

 

THE FORUM’S MEMBERS MEETING

THE FORUM’S MEMBERS MEETING

THE ARCHITECTURE OF
THE MEDICAL DISTRICT

23 February 2019

Saturday, 2 to 3:30 pm
Radiation Oncology Building
UT Southwestern Campus

Forum Members Only, Limited Space Available
Reservations MUST Be Made in Advance
Please Follow Instructions Below

Over the last two decades the Medical District has undergone a major transformation with the design and construction of major buildings at the UT Southwestern campus and adjoining Parkland and Clements Hospitals.

The Forum's Members Meeting will be held at the Radiation Oncology Building on the UTSW campus, and attendees will hear from the architecture teams discussing some of the districts signature buildings.

CallisonRTKL: Jim HENRY
CORGAN: Tina LARSEN
Perkins + Will: Robert TING

We will also hear from UT Southwestern executives Dr. Hak CHOY and Dr. Mark GOLDBERG, who will overview the UTSW campus growth over the last two decades.

An exclusive behind the scenes tour of the state of the art Radiation Oncology building will also be available as an option at the end the meeting.

Forum Members Must Reserve Seating Before this Event - LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE

Student, Educator and Advocate (Individual) Members - Admission for One
Friend Members - Admission for Two
Saarinen (Supporter) and Above - Admission for up to Four
Corporate Members and Sponsors - Your Corporate Contact person has received Information for group RSVPs

Reply to Jean@dallasarchitectureforum.org with names of those attending.

RSVPs Accepted in the Order They Are Received, Limited Space Available.

Confirmed Attendees Will Receive an Email with Event Information Guidelines. If you are not a Forum member, you may join
The Forum and then RSVP.

Thank you to our Valued Members!

 

 

SPRING 2019 LECTURES

Rick JOY
Founder and Principal
Studio Rick Joy
The Frank Welch Memorial Lecture

 

23 January 2019 (Wed, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
rickjoy.com

Thomas WOLTZ
Principal
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

 

6 February 2019 (Wed, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
nbwla.com

ARCHITECTURE DEANS ROUNDTABLE

Deans Addington, Parr, Vanegas and Williamson
UT Austin, UT Arlington, Texas A & M and Texas Tech


2 April 2019 (Tues, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA

Sebastian SCHMALING
Co-Founder and Partner
Johnsen Schmaling Architects


17 April 2019 (Wed, 7pm)
Angelika Film Center, Mockingbird Station
johnsenschmaling.com

Calvin TSAO and Zack McKOWN
Founders and Partners
Tsao - McKown Architecture and Design

 

1 May 2019 (Wed, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
tsao-mckown.com

FALL 2018 LECTURES

Alberto KALACH
Principal and Co-Founder
TAX Architects, Mexico City

In partnership with UTA CAPPA


11 September 2018 (Tues, 7 pm)
Note Venue Location: Angelika Theatre, Mockingbird Station, Dallas
kalach.com

Carol WILLIS
Founder and Director
Skyscraper Museum, New York City
In partnership with the DMA and its exhibition
Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art


25 September 2018 (Tues, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
skyscraper.org

Thomas PHIFER
Founder and Partner
Thomas Phifer and Partners

23 October 2018 (Tues, 7pm)
Horchow Auditorium, DMA
thomasphifer.com

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