Ibeji and Manifold are featured in the last issue of ‘At Cooper.’

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‘Bodies in Movement’ exhibition opens at The Cooper Union.

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Julian Palacio and Year 2 students from The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union participate in the 2019 Festival des Architectures Vives in Montpellier, France.

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IBEJI opens at dieFirma gallery in New York.
Julian Palacio participates in the panel ‘Across the Americas’ at Columbia University GSAPP - Incubator, organized by Laura González Fierro and Agustín Schang.

Speakers: Elisa Silva, Principal Enlace Arquitectura; Jorge Ambrosi & Gabriela Etchegaray, Principals of Ambrosi | Etchegaray; Julian Palacio, Principal of JPAS; Maite Borjabad Lopez-Pastor, Curator of Contemporary Architecture The Art Institute of Chicago; Rafael Gamo, Rafael Gamo Estudio.

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Julian Palacio to lecture at Syracuse University in Florence, Italy.

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Un-Une Flat published in Architizer.
Julian Palacio presents 'Towards the Emergence of a New Material Ethic’ at the 2018 ACSA/COAM International Conference in Madrid, Spain.
Un-Une Flat published on Archilovers.
Un-Une Flat featured on the April issue of AXXIS Magazine.
Julian Palacio to lead ‘Weavers,’ an Advanced Option Studio at Cornell University in which students will explore proposals to revitalize the historic colonial district of La Candelaria in Bogotá, Colombia, through the design of a new mixed-use community for artisans.
Cornell AAP reports on the recent trip to Colombia with Cornell Architecture students, part of the Fall design studio ‘Bogotá: Cerros Orientales.’

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Julian Palacio and Jeremy Foster to lead the Fall graduate Studio ‘Bogotá: Cerros Orientales,’ at Cornell, exploring cross-disciplinary approaches to the design and planning of the contemporary city.
Julian Palacio is the organizer of the 2015 Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium ‘Chronicles of the South’ at Cornell University. The event will explore the role of policy-making, urbanism, and architecture in the transformation of cities in Colombia.

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The exhibition ‘Colombia Transformed’ organized by Julian Palacio opens at the John Hartell Gallery,  Cornell University. The exhibition runs from September 28 to October 23.

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Cornell students in the ‘Bogotá Incremental City’ design studio, led by Julian Palacio and Lily Chi, visit Bogotá and Medellín to research tactics and projects for interventions in the contemporary city.
Julian Palacio and Lily Chi will lead the Fall graduate Expanded Practices studio ‘Bogotá Incremental City’ at Cornell.
Julian Palacio to present his research on Eladio Dieste at The Architectural League of New York for the Norden Fund 2015 information session.

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Julian Palacio reviews for Urban Omnibus the Museum of the City of New York exhibition on the Guastavino Company's majestic structural tile work and explores the legacy of the father-son team's innovations.

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‘Material Tour de Force: The work of Eladio Dieste’ has been published as part of the Architectural League of New York ongoing series of Travel Reports.

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Our proposal for the Medellin River Park competition has been selected by the AIA Center for Emerging Professionals to be exhibit at AIA National Headquarters in Washington D.C.
JPAS work to be featured in an exhibition at Cornell University Department of Architecture.
Banesco Tower selected by the AIA Center for Emerging Professionals to be exhibit at AIA National Headquarters in Washington D.C.
Julian Palacio has been named a Residential Fellow at The MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire. Founded in 1907, MacDowell is the oldest colony for the creative arts in the United States.
Julian Palacio is the recipient of the 2012 Deborah J. Norden Travel Fellowship by the Architectural League of New York for his proposal 'Material Tour de Force: The Work of Eladio Dieste.'