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HAITI NOW AVAILABLE

  The Now Institute's latest publication "Haiti Now" is available here.

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RUMBLE 2015!

Please join us for the Mayne SUPRASTUDIO final review as UCLA RUMBLE 2015! The Now Institute will be presenting its work from both the Haiti Life Tree studio as well as our studio for the UCLA Grand Challenges initiative. The Haiti Life Tree studio explores the development of an off-grid infrastructure unit to ...

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Launching “Haiti Now”

Over the past month we have been busy promoting our book "Haiti Now" First, we were hosted by the incredible Knowledge and Freedom Organization (FOKAL) in Port-au-Prince for a great event to showcase "Haiti Now" and the Now Institute's past and continuing work. Director, Eui-Sung Yi, presented a power point presentation and was joined ...

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“Haiti NOW” Fresh Off the Press!

The product of more than two years of research, Haiti Now is a comprehensive resource of culture, history and the built environment. The Now Institute has been involved in Haiti since 2011. After completing a design for the Make It Right foundation as well as urban design proposal for the city ...

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University of Manitoba welcomes NOW Director Eui-Sung Yi and Researcher Zach Pauls

The University of Manitoba in Winnepeg, Canada invited Now Institute Director, Eui-Sung Yi and Now Institute Research Associate (along with University of Manitoba alumnus) Zach Pauls to each present a lecture for their students. Eui-Sung Yi outlined his work both with ...

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Winter Final Review – MARCH 18th

Join us  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 from 10am - 1pm at IDEAS Campus for our final review for the Winter quarter where our Grand Challenges team will be presenting their work on Grand Challenges and the Spring design project for LA's Wilshire Blvd.   Ideas Campus address:...

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ERSI visit leave NOW speachless!

The Now Institute had the incredible opportunity to be invited by Paul Yoshitomi to tour the work and office of ESRI. The studio spent the whole day in conversation with the brilliant minds of ESRI, learning about their software and potential for the studio's work and goals. ...

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Fall Quarter Final Review

The Now Institute invites you to our Fall Quarter Final Review! The review will be an opportunity for our students to share their work and to learn from  comments and critiques to advance the research. Due to varying studios this year we are dividing the reviews into three sessions.   Schedule: 10am – 12pm : ...

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Former Haitian Prime Minister, Michèle Duvivier Pierre-Louis, visits The Now Institute

The Now Institute had the honor of hosting lunch for Her Excellency Michèle Duvivier Pierre-Louis, Former Prime Minister of Haiti and Executive Director of the Knowledge and Freedom Foundation (FOKAL),  journalist, activist Lorraine Mangones and Haitian Development Group Co-Director Claude Alexander. This lunch meeting gave Thom Mayne and the Now Institute an opportunity to speak with ...

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Grand Challenges / Morphosis fueling the conversation on sustainability

   Last Friday, Morphosis Architects hosted a conversation among visionary thinkers within the LA community of urban sustainability as part of UCLA's Grand Challenge. Thom Mayne presented the impressive work of The Now Institute's Grand Challenges team to the speakers and guest. Caroline ...

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