Monday, February 13, 2006

People Talking About Architecture – 02.15.2006

Princeton University:
Denise Scott Brown - Systems as Pattern
6:00 PM - Betts Auditorium
The Founding partner of Venturi Scott Brown, co-author if “Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture,” Professor of Architecture and Princton University, and subject of upcoming documentary “Learning from Bob & Deinise” will deliver a home turf lecture.

Columbia University:
Brian O’Doherty - Studio and Cube
6:30 PM - Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
The author of “Inside the White Cube: Notes on the Gallery Space.” Will deliver a lecture about some of his findings. (He’s been at this for a while.)

Monica Ponce de Leon & Nader Tehrani – Recent Work
6:00 PM - Gund Hall Piper Auditorium
The founders of Boston’s Office dA will give a home turf lecture.

Charles Waldheim - Landscape, Urban Order, and Structural Change
6:30 PM - Lewis Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall
Mr. Waldheim is the director of the Landscape Architecture Program at the University of Toronto, an an editor of Chicago Architecture: Histories, Revisions, Alternatives.

Ohio State University:
James Corner - (Untitled Lecture)
5:30 PM - Knowlton Hall Auditorium
The landscape architect, urban designer, and founder of Field Operations will speak.

Taft Green - Interpretations of Space
7:00 PM – Main Space
The LA artist will speak to architecture students.

University of Michigan:
David Pitt - "Participatory Approaches to Environmental Design"
The professor at the University of Minnesota Landscape Architecture program will speak, can't quiet figure out when.

University of California at Berkley:
Branner Fellows - Branner Fellows Lecture
7:00 PM - 112 Wurster Hall
The Branner Fellowship recipients at the University of California include Jeffrey Carney (Geography of the Neighborhood); Kristi Dykema (RE-Habitation: Interpretations of Growth); Laura Mezoff (Over Our Heads); and Beau Trincia (The Active Wall: Architecture as Interface) This lecture will open an exhibit of the work of the Branner Fellows on display at the school.

Jane Weinzapfel & David Collins - Frozen Music and Liquid Architecture
The president of the Boston Society of Architects (Weinzapel) and pianist (Collins) will lead listeners on a visual and musical exploration of the “extraordinary relationship” between ‘frozen music’ (architecture) and ‘liquid architecture’ (music).”

New York:
Evan Douglis - Dazzle Topology
6:00 PM - Center for Architecture (536 LaGuardia Place)
The principal of Evan Douglis Studio and Chair of the Undergraduate Program at Pratt will discuss building meaning with/through digital form-generation, and such forms' direct digital fabrication.


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