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Tom Verebes lecturing at RMIT University, Architecture & Design, Melbourne, Australia

Friday 13 May 2016 Lecture title: Uniqueness and Ubiquity in Urbanism At a time when more cites are being built faster than ever before, the quandry of urban similitude is confronted in this lecture, with the aim to evolve new paradigms and methods of generating the specificities of cities. Tom Verebes presented the theoretical and […]

Verebes as Director of 10th consecutive AA Shanghai Summer School 2016

Architectural Association Visiting School Shanghai Hosted at HKU Shanghai Study Centre, Shanghai 建筑联盟学院 访问学校 2016 AA上海暑期工作营 城市特异性 15-23 July 2016 2016年7月15-23日 In an era of unprecedented city building, the 10th consecutive AA Shanghai Summer School will focus on issues related to urbanization in China. The central government of China has recently announced both the Southern […]

Verebes to curate, edit and organise AAVS SH10 SHOW | EVENT | FOLIO

AAVS SH10 will celebrate AA Shanghai Summer School, in its tenth consecutive year, to be curated, edited and hosted in 3 parts. Tom Verebes will serve as the Curator of AAVS SH10 SHOW, Editor of AAVS SH10 FOLIO, and organizer/host of AAVS SH10 EVENT. Exhibition: AAVS SH10 SHOW This exhibition, to open concurrently with AAVS […]

Mass Customised Cities issue of AD, Guest-edited by Tom Verebes, is published

Guest-edited by Tom Verebes CONTRUBUTORS: Donald Bates Michael Bell Martin Bressani M Christine Boyer Mark Burry Kenneth Frampton Jeffrey Huang Branko Kolarevic Jerry Ku & Philip Vernon Neil Leach Elena Manferdini Rob May ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS Archi-Union Architects Arup Contemporary Architecture Practice davidclovers E-Grow Gramazio & Kohler OCEAN CN Rocker-Lange Architects What happens when computational […]

Tom Verebes publishes an article in ‘Digital Architecture’

As Associate Editor of a new online journal titled, ‘Digital Architecture’, as part of ‘Frontiers in Digital Humanities’, Verebes authors a 12,000 word article, titled, “The Interactive Urban Model: Histories and Legacies Related to Prototyping the Twenty-First Century City”. Series Editor is Jeffrey Huang. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fdigh.2016.00001/full

Launch of “Mass Customised Cities” AD at the Shenzhen Biennale

Launch event for AD “Mass Customised Cities” issue, Guest-Edited by Tom Verebes Monday 7 December, @ 15:30 – 18:00 Presentations & Panel Discussion Auditorium 2015 UABB Venue Former Dacheng Flour Factory No.3 Gangwan Road, Shekou, Shenzhen 深圳市南山区 港湾大道3号 原大成面粉厂 2015 UABB 主展场 报告厅 Participants Donald Bates Chair of Architectural Design, University of Melbourne; Founder/Director, LAB […]

Mass Customised Cities issue of AD, Guest-edited by Tom Verebes, is published

Guest-edited by Tom Verebes CONTRUBUTORS: Donald Bates Michael Bell Martin Bressani M Christine Boyer Mark Burry Kenneth Frampton Jeffrey Huang Branko Kolarevic Jerry Ku & Philip Vernon Neil Leach Elena Manferdini Rob May ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS: Archi-Union Architects Arup Contemporary Architecture Practice davidclovers E-Grow Gramazio & Kohler OCEAN CN Rocker-Lange Architects What happens when computational […]

Tom Verebes lecturing at Shenzhen University College of Architecture & Urban Planning

Monday 23 November 2015; Shenzhen University, Architecture Building, Lecture Hall, C205 This lecture investigates, albeit briefly, a history of urban paradigms and tools with which, over time, the formation of cities has been guided, with an emphasis on the context of urbanization in China. Within the current context of a transition in the conceptualization of […]

Tom Verebes published an article in Urbanism + Architecture

The 6000 word article, titled, “The Interactive Urban Model: Histories and Legacies related to Prototyping the 21st Century City”, is in Chinese and English, in the October 2015 issue of U&A, guest edited by Philip Yuan. The article features two recent projects by OCEAN CN: Umekita Second Development Area, Osaka Station, Osaka, Japan (2013-14) • […]