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2001-02 Lectures

Past Lectures

  • Andreas Becher, Becher + Rottkamp, Architects, Berlin, Germany

    “Der K√∂nigsweg”

    Wednesday · 24 April 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100
    CAUS Outstanding Young Alumnus Lecture

  • Gregory Luhan, First Donald and Joanna Sunshine Architecture Alumni Fellowship Lecture

    “Rudolph Schindler: Beyond Building”

    Thursday · 18 April 2002
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100
    First Donald and Joanna Sunshine Architecture Alumni Fellowship Lecture

  • Susan Haack, Professor of Philosophy, University of Miami

    Thursday · 18 April 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100
    Co-sponsored with the Philosophy Dept.

  • Henry Smith-Miller, Smith-Miller + Hawkinson, Architects, NYC

    Wednesday · 17 April 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100
    Co-sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the A.I.A.

  • Lee Zwanziger, Research Director, President’s Council on Bioethics

    Thursday · 21 March 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Dan Hoffman, Professor of Architecture, Arizona State University

    “Multiples”

    Thursday · 14 March 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Helmut Bott, Professor and Chair, Urban Design, Inst. of Urban Planning and Design, University of Stuttgart

    “Reciprocal Influence of Cultural Structures and Urban Morphology”

    Wednesday · 27 February 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Charles Stone, Industrial Designer

    Wednesday · 20 February 2002
    Cowgill 100

  • Juhani Pallasmaa, Architect, Helsinki, Finland

    “Lived Space in Architecture and Cinema”

    Thursday · 14 February 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Mikko Heikkinen, Architect, Helsinki, Finland

    Thursday · 7 February 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Aniko Meszaros, Architect, Toronto, Canada

    “Plant Anima: Biotechnology, an Architectural Jewel”

    Wednesday · 6 February 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Gregg Pasquarelli, SHoP Architects

    Wednesday · 30 January 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Dalibor Vesely, Dept. of Architecture, University of Cambridge

    Representation in the Age of Modernity

    Thursday · 8 November 2001
    Hancock 100

  • Martin Hall, Architen Landrell Ltd., UK

    “Building with Cloth: A Lecture on Fabric Tensile Structures”

    Tuesday · 30 October 2001
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100

  • J. Thomas Regan, Dean, College of ArchitectureTexas A & M University

    “Leadership in the New Era of Architectural Education: The Large College Emerges”

    Friday · 26 October 2001
    2150 Torgerson Hall

  • Rebecca Chestnutt and Robert Niess, Chestnutt_Niess Architekten BDA, Berlin, Germany

    “weiterbauen” [continuity in building]

    Tuesday · 23 October 2001
    2150 Torgerson Hall

  • Brinda Somaya, Somaya and Kalappa Architects, Mumbai, India

    Friday · 19 October 2001
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100

  • Neil Frankel

    “Challenges of Design Collaboration in the 21st Century”

    Thursday · 18 October 2001
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

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