A proud sponsor of architecture,
design and the arts.

Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope® continually seeks ways to foster creativity as a tool that can build more livable and more sustainable communities. We believe imagination, ingenuity and vision can create environments conducive to innovation. The programs, conferences and cultural institutions we support encourage the kind of thought leadership that has been an integral part of who we are and will continue to be.

The annual Design Awards Program of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) honors architects, clients and consultants working together to achieve design excellence in architecture, interiors, urban design and projects.
Co-organized by Log and The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), In Pursuit of Architecture is a world-class conference on building and ideas where leaders share their insights about the production and significance of architecture today.
MoMA’s “Safe: Design Takes on Risk” showcases objects made “to protect body and mind from dangerous or stressful circumstances, respond to situations of emergency and provide a sense of comfort and security.”
The Phillip Johnson Glass House, located in New Canaan, Connecticut, is a National Trust Historic Site that offers its 49-acre campus as a catalyst for the preservation and interpretation of modern architecture, landscape and art.
Located in lower Manhattan's Battery Park City, The Skyscraper Museum celebrates New York City's rich architectural heritage and skylines through exhibitions, programs and publications that explore tall buildings as objects of design.
The Design Futures Council is an interdisciplinary network of design, product and construction leaders exploring global trends, challenges and opportunities to advance innovation and shape the future of the industry and environment.
Organized by the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), The Future of Energy provides a forum for imagining change in the realms of energy production and consumption in the future.