Spring 2005 Architecture Lecture Series at City College
The City College of New York’s School of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture’s Spring 2005 lecture series, entitled “Architecture: Different Points of View,” features seven eminent architects whose work reflects innovation and excellence. The lectures take place every Thursday evening from February 3, through March 17, at 6:00 p.m., in Shepard 95, located in City College’s Shepard Hall, 138th & Convent Avenue, New York, NY.
Admission is free, and reservations are not required. For more information call 212-650-7118.
Internationally renowned for their powerful bodies of work, the speakers include:
February 3: Kathryn Dean, Dean/Wolf Architects, Columbia University and Visiting Distinguished Professor, CCNY
“Notes on the Particular”
February 10: Lebbeus Woods, Cooper Union,
February 17: Ada Karmi-Melamede
February 24: William MacDonald, KOL/MAC Studio, Columbia University and Visiting Distinguished Professor, CCNY
“Muten: Recent Work”
March 3: Rodolfo Machado, Machado & Silvetti Associates and Harvard University
“A building and a District”
March 10: Gaetano Pesce, School of Architecture, Strasbourg, France “Questions on Architecture and Design Objects”
March 17: Tom Beeby, Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge Inc. and Yale University School of Architecture “Order”