Monday, February 06, 2006

People Talking About Architecture – 02.08.2006

SCI-Arc:
FAT - Ad Hoc Urbanism
7:00 PM – Main Space
Sean Griffiths and Charles Holland, directors at FAT, are scheduled to deliver a talk. Remember that all SCI-Arc lectures are broadcast live over the internet. If one is unable to make it to the lecture in person, there is an option to tune-in at http://www.sciarc.edu/live. -- or wait until until Sam Jacobs presents at Yale this Thursday.

Ohio State University:
Juha Huuskonen - Lecture
5:30 PM - Knowlton Hall Auditorium

Columbia University:
Zaha Hadid - Simultaneous Engagements
6:30 PM - Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
The principal of Zaha Hadid Architects and recent Pritzker Prize winner will talk.

Chicago:
Jeanne Gang - Through Material (ArcheWorks Open House)
5:00 PM – ArcheWorks (625 North Kingsbury St.)
This lecture is billed also as a chance to meet ArcheWorks co-founders designer Eva Maddox and architect Stanley Tigerman. Mrs. Gang is principal and founder of Studio Gang. Hopefully she will show influences in her current work with stories of working with OMA and Rem Koolhaas.

University of Washington:
Charles Rose - Topographical Variations
6:30 PM - Architecture Hall 147

Renneslear Polytechnic University:
James Collins - Lecture
6: 00 PM - Greene Gallery

University of Florida:
Lisa Sasser - The Challenges of Traditional Building and Sustainable Crafts
6:00 PM - Location to be announced.

University of Minnesota:
Max Underwood - Inside the Office of Charles and Ray Eames
12:15 PM - Room 225 Ralph Rapson Hall (89 Church Street SE, Minneapolis)
The (well accomplished) professor from Arizona State University presents findings from his recent book.

Syracuse University School of Architecture:
Birger Sevaldson - Design Computing in the Post Digital Age
4:30 PM - The Warehouse, Main Auditorium
Post Digital” was coined/used my John Madea of the MIT Media Lab many years ago. Anyone is welcome in this forum to comment on how Sevaldson spins it to architecture.

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