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September 08, 2016

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Fall 2016 architecture lecture series begins Sept 20

Each semester Syracuse Architecture brings widely renowned practitioners and forward thinkers to present their ideas and body of work. Fall 2016 includes two lectures by our visiting critics, as well a special pre-lecture session by James Corner, noted designer of the NYC High Line, who is giving a University Lecture at Syracuse.

Please join us for this diverse range of nine lectures open to the public and architecture community.

Top L to R: Huljich, Peng, Selldorf, Sherman, Na; Bottom L to R: Dragonas, Manriquez Botello, Corner, De SmedtTop L to R: Huljich, Peng, Selldorf, Sherman, Wei; Bottom L to R: Dragonas, Manriquez Botello, Corner, De Smedt

Georgina Huljich
Tuesday, September 20

Los Angeles
P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, UCLA Architecture & Urban Design
D. Kenneth Sargent Visiting Critic

Michael Peng
Thursday, September 22

San Francisco
Gensler
Joseph D. Patton III Memorial Visiting Critic Lecture and Workshop

Annabelle Selldorf
Tuesday, September 27

New York City
Selldorf Architects
Werner Seligmann Lecture
Reception follows

 Roger Sherman
Thursday, September 29

Los Angeles
Gensler, UCLA Architecture & Urban Design
Richard Gluckman Visiting Critic

 Na Wei
Tuesday, October 4

Beijing
WEI architects/Elevation Workshop, China Central Academy of Fine Arts
L.C. Dillenback Lecture

Panos Dragonas
Tuesday, October 18

Athens
Dragonas Christopoulou Architects, Department of Architecture, University of Patras
Frances E. Hares Preservation Lecture

Julián Manriquez Botello
Thursday, October 27

San Juan
in.formation studio
Syracuse Architecture Visiting Critic

James Corner
Thursday, November 10

New York City
James Corner Field Operations, Department of Landscape Architecture, PennDesign, University of Pennsylvania
Discussion, Slocum Hall, 2pm
University Lecture, Hendricks Chapel, 7:30pm

Julien De Smedt
Tuesday, November 15

Copenhagen
JDS Architects, Makers with Agendas
Steve and Sherry Einhorn Lecture
Reception follows

 

 

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