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Rendering to Reality with Florian Idenburg at Architizer

Architizer HQ
1 Whitehall Street, New York, NY, United States

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June 8 from 6:30-8:15 PM, Florian Idenburg will give a lecture at Architizer in New York. 

Join the fourth and last event in the new lecture series, Rendering to Reality. How a project gets built is just as important as the final result. From client management, to materiality and construction, we will focus on the overlooked tangible side of the built environment. Architizer invites you to join us and explore how four distinct voices translate their ideas into buildings and bring their work to life.

This event features Florian Idenburg, Principal and Co-founder of SO-IL, in conversation with Architizer Founder and CEO Marc Kushner. SOIL is an award winning architectural design firm that envisions spaces for culture, learning and innovation. From their offices in New York, SOIL partakes in the production of buildings, interiors, furniture and landscapes around the world. As a collective of diverse thinkers and makers, the office engages with the ever-changing social, economic and natural environment through active dialogue that considers context, function, and opportunity.

This lecture is AIA CES Registered (1 LU Hour). Please email events@architizer.com with any questions.

Event details:
6:30 Drinks
6:45 Lecture starts, followed by Q&A

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