Rice University’s School of Architecture shared with us their current lecture series that started on September 1st and runs until November 17th. Each year, the Rice School of Architecture pulls big names in the architecture world to its lecture series. This year’s main topic is JUDGEMENT in Architecture, with Neil Denari and Ben van Berkel on the list to speak among others. More information on the series after the break.
Adriaan Geuze, Identity and Narrative of Public Space Landscape Architect and Urban Designer, Rotterdam, West 8 Thursday, September 1, 5:30 Cullinan Lecture+Seminar Series Friday, September 2, Noon: Conversation with Students
Romy Hecht, The Attack on Greenery Assistant Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago Thursday, September 8, 5:30
Philip Ursprung, Built Images: Herzog & de Meuron Professor for the History of Art and Architecture, ETH, Zurich Wednesday, September 14, 5:00 Cullinan Lecture+Seminar Series
Thomas Demand Artist, Berlin Thursday, September 15, 5:30
Judgment, Part I Thursday, October 13, ALL DAY 2011-2012 KENNON SYMPOSIUM SERIES
10:00-12:00: Conversation 1
Markus Miessen, The Nightmare of Participation Architect, Writer, and Professor for Critical Spatial Practice at the Städelschule, Frankfurt
Hal Foster, Post-Critical? Townsend Martin Class of 1917 Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Princeton University
2:00-4:00: Conversation 2
Neil Denari, FACTICITY Architect, NMDA, Los Angeles
Ben van Berkel, Trained Judgment Architect, UN Studio, Amsterdam
4:30-6:00: Roundtable Conversation
Paul Lewis, Optimistic Opportunism Architect, LTL, NY, Assistant Professor, Princeton Thursday, November 3, 5:30
Reinier de Graaf & Laura Baird, On Hold Architects, OMA/AMO Thursday, November 17 5:30 Cullinan Lecture+Seminar Series Friday, November 18, Noon: Conversation with Students
For more information on the lecture series, visit their website here.