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2003-04 Lectures

Past Lectures

  • Brian MacKay-Lyons, Architect

    Wednesday · 28 April 2004
    Hancock Hall, Room 100
    Annual lecture sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the AIA and the School of Architecture + Design

  • Herbert Kramel, Professor and Head of the Dept. of Architecture for Research, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

    Thursday · 1 April 2004
    Hancock Hall, Room 100
    CAUS Dean’s Lecture Series

  • Yaki Miodovnik, Andropogon Associates

    “Ecological Aesthetics”

    Thursday · 19 February 2004
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Jane C. Wright, AIA, Steven W. Gift, AIA, D. Keith Storms, AIA, Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Co.

    “The Millennium Plan: Past, Present, and Future of the Virginia Tech Campus”

    Thursday · 22 January 2004
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Cynthia Connolly and Jay Sanders, Auburn University

    “The Work of the Rural Studio”

    Wednesday · 19 November 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Ali Madanipour, Chair of Planning and Urban Design, University of Newcastle, England

    Thursday · 13 November 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Helene Binet, Photographer

    Tuesday · 4 November 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Anna Sokolina, Architectural Historian

    “Conflicting Visions of National Perspective in Contemporary Russian Architecture”

    Thursday · 30 October 2003
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100

  • Darren Petrucci, Architect, A-I-R [Architecture-Infrastructure-Research] Inc.

    Tuesday · 21 October 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Marc Tsurumaki, Architect, Lewis-Tsurumaki-Lewis

    “Architectural Opportunism”

    Tuesday · 14 October 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Richard Barnes, Photographer

    Tuesday · 7 October 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Yasmeen Lari, Architect, President of the Institute of Architects, Pakistan

    “Preserving Pakistan’s Cultural Heritage”

    Friday · 12 September 2003
    Pamplin Hall, Room 30

  • Cecily Hunt, Principal, Eyequilt, Inc., Chicago, IL

    “Challenges of User Research”

    Monday · 8 September 2003
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100

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