Professor Tim Benton, a widely-cited expert on the work of Le Corbusier and Eileen Gray, will present a fascinating exploration of Badovici’s approach to his work on the modest Vézelay buildings.
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This Talk Series brings together renowned academics and scholars of Japanese architecture and urbanism with the intent to present an overview of representative examples of buildings and designers which prompted a radical phase of change in the construction of larger cities and new modern buildings and infrastructures in Japan from the Meiji Era to the contemporary period.
Marianna Charitonidou explores how the mutations of the means of representation in architecture and urban planning relate to the significance of city’s inhabitants.
In this online session, the hosts have a discussion on the intersections of art, urban politics and protest in the Middle East in the form of public display of sculpture and art, especially as is related to issues of displacement, dispossession, diaspora and national identities.
David Escudero’s book appeared in October 2022 by Routledge, and will be introduced at the event by Daniela Ortiz dos Santos.
The History and Theory group of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning is hosting a lecture series on “materiality”.
The anthology – marking the 50th anniversary of the seminal treatise Learning from Las Vegas – paints a portrait of Scott Brown as seen through the eyes of leading architectural historians and practitioners.
In the 2022/23 winter semester, the “Designed Orders” series will ask, in a total of six evening lectures, how design structures the interactions of various factors and what role the conditions, norms, and tools of design play.
In his presentation of “Habsburgs going global”, Michael Falser will focus on the urban architectural conception and the implementation of the trading post.
Jointly, the organizers situate women writing architecture in the 18th and 19th centuries.
A panel on urgent questions for global architectural practice provoked by the simultaneous epidemics of COVID-19, inequity, and climate change
A panel centered on critical dialogues about the roles that organizations can play in educating the public on the role of the built environment on public health.