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1999-2000 Lectures

Past Lectures

  • Jerry Uelsmann, Photographer, Professor, University of Florida

    Thursday · 27 April 2000
    Hancock 100

  • Bill Price, Office of Metropolitan Architecture

    Saturday · 15 April 2000

    CAUS Outstanding Alumnus Lecture

  • Peter Bohlin, Architect

    Thursday · 6 April 2000
    Hancock 100
    Annual lecture sponsored jointly by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the AIA and the Dept. of Architecture

  • Craig Dykers, Architect, Oslo, Norway

    Wednesday · 29 March 2000
    Hancock 100

  • Karsten Harries, Professor of Architecture, Yale University

    Thursday · 23 March 2000
    Hancock 100

  • Galen Cranz

    Friday · 18 February 2000
    Cowgill 100
    Sponsored by the Virginia Tech Design Consortium

  • Paul Ouwerkerk, Graphic Language

    Thursday · 10 February 2000
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Fernando Romero, Architect, Mexico City

    “Y2K to PORTO or the transformation of HOUSE to CONCERT HALL”

    Thursday · 3 February 2000
    Hancock 100

  • Charles Stone, Lighting Designer, Partner, Fischer - Marantz - Stone, New York, NY

    “Light and dark: Science and art”

    Tuesday · 1 February 2000
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • John Seely Brown, Director, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)

    Living, Working, Learning in the e-Age Where Convergence Meets Non-Convergence

    Friday · 10 December 1999
    Hotel Roanoke

  • Hugh Miller, Former Head, National Park Service

    Thursday · 18 November 1999
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Thomas Fischer, Dean, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Minnesota

    Wednesday · 17 November 1999
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Sim Van Der Ryn, Architect, Sacramento, California

    Tuesday · 16 November 1999
    To Be Announced

  • Wolfgang Preiser, Educator, University of Cincinnatti

    Thursday · 11 November 1999
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Erik Schotte, Architect, OMA, Rotterdam, Netherlands

    Wednesday · 27 October 1999

  • Aurelio Galfetti, Architect, Lugano, Switzerland

    Wednesday · 6 October 1999
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

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