AT A GLANCE
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We’re looking forward to seeing the new products at this year’s Summer Product Pop Up! by Steelcase, Patcraft, and Designtext. FIFTEEN’s Elizabeth Green will see you there on August 1st at Location 215!
FIFTEEN’s Katrina Connors is the co-chair of this year’s CANstruction Philadelphia! The annual event benefits Philabundance and brings public awareness to the issues surrounding hunger. This year’s event is at BOK from July 13-18. See you there!
The WBENC National Conference & Business Fair is a high energy affair with thousands of entrepreneurs and corporate executives ready to make connections and do business. FIFTEEN will be attending this year in Baltimore, MD on June 25th - June 27th.
FIFTEEN is excited to be attending the 2019 Sustainability Symposium again this year on Friday, May 5th at Penn State at The Navy Yard. We look forward to engaging in the dialogue on green building and sustainability topics. See you there!
FIFTEEN will be attending the Small Business Expo in Philadelphia. The one-day event is for small businesses to participate in cutting-edge and business-building workshops/seminars, exchange ideas and learn from leading industry experts.
FIFTEEN enjoyed attending Architectural Theory Now? The PennDesign symposium asked the question “What has happened to architectural theory and where is it headed?” We look to challenge our practice by asking how FIFTEEN is defining architectural theory now.
An inspiring event and we are already looking forward to the next: TEDxPhiladelphia is back on Wednesday,May 15, 2019 at Temple Performing Arts Center. Conference theme is “Unintended Consequences” See you there!
FIFTEEN’s Ximena Valle will be a panelist at the event’s featured discussion: "Diversity, Equity, and the Profession". Taking place October 6th from 11am-2pm The Philadelphia Architecture + Design Fair this year is offered as a part of DesignPhiladelphia
FIFTEEN is looking forward to the discussions taking place at the 2018 New Gravity Housing Conference. This cutting edge conference will explore the tools, techniques, and practices that the building community is using to address the challenges of building healthy, safe, and accessible places to live that will both limit and adapt to climate impacts.