Intersections between design + politics 2013-04-24
Moderator: Brendan Moran, Architecture Asst. Prof.; Participants: Lori Brown, Architecture Assoc. Prof.; Kenneth Baynes, Professor of Philosophy; Tina Nabatchi, Asst. Prof., Public Administration and International Affairs; Susannah Sayler, Asst. Prof., Transmedia; Marc Norman, Director, Upstate; Don Mitchell, Professor, Geography; Kevin Bott, Assoc. Dir., imagining america; Scott Peters, Co-director, imagining america
Expertise Exposed: Consultancy in the Gulf 2013-04-09
A 2-day symposium held in the Syracuse University School of Architecture which aims at distilling the changes in urban challenges and professional consultancies that the Arabian Gulf is witnessing nowadays. April 8 discussion starting at 3 pm; April 9 at 1 pm. Keynote address by Nasser Rabbat April 8 @ 5 pm. LECTURE VIDEO: Day 1 | Day 2
Syracuse Architecture Faculty Work Exhibition 2013-04-09
The exhibition confronts the reality that, as architects, we are forced to communicate all aspects of an architectural project (design, space, experience, structure, materials, etc.) through the filter of a representational abstraction. Through May 9.
Nasser Rabbat 2013-04-08
Architecture historian Nasser Rabbat is Aga Khan Professor of Islamic Architecture at MIT. His interest lies with the critically paramount yet highly contentious relationship between Islamic architecture and culture. His design background and knowledge of Islamic history, cultures, and languages provide the framework for fundamental questions that define his scholarship. Sponsored by the Architecture Students Organization and the Society of Multicultural Architects and Designers at the School of Architecture at Syracuse University. LECTURE VIDEO
Richard Weller 2013-04-02
One of the world's most prominent landscape architects, Richard Weller is the Martin and Margy Meyerson Professor of Urbanism and Chair of Landscape Architecture at Penn. Formerly the Director of the Australian Urban Design Research Centre and design firm Room 4.1.3, Weller's extensive publications include three major books on his design and planning work, and over 70 papers. He's won awards in many international design competitions. LECTURE VIDEO
Axel Timm 2013-03-28
Axel Timm is part of Raumlabor--a group of Berlin architects who came together in 1999 in response to the rapid and unrestrained development of the city following the fall of the Berlin Wall. Architectural production takes on a playful approach; temporary projects transform urban landscape through 'urban prototypes.' Working in between the fields of architecture and public art, Raumlabor, a.k.a. 'space laboratory', creates projects based around events, performance and theatre. LECTURE VIDEO
STEALTH: Ana Dzokic + Marc Neelen 2013-03-26
Syracuse Architecture graduate students will interview Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen, principals of STEALTH, one of the leading protagonists pointing to the responsibilities and capacities of architecture in contemporary societies. An exhibition reception will immediately follow.
Sofia Saavedra Bruno 2013-03-19
Sofia Saavedra Bruno, co-principal of CASArchitects, Curacao, is Associate Professor of Architecture & Civil Engineering at the University of Netherlands Antilles where she coordinates community development projects with the Engineering faculty. Along with a group of young architects who previously studied at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam, she is a founding member of Supersudaca, an award-winning international think tank of architecture and urban research.
Featuring the works and methods of STEALTH Unlimited--formed by architects Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen--one of the leading protagonists pointing to the responsibilities and capacities of architecture in contemporary societies. The exhibit will emulate methods previously used by STEALTH by allowing external collaborators to deploy a series of predetermined objects in the gallery. Curated by students in the Syracuse Architecture Graduate Program. Reception March 26 TBD.
Daniel Seiple 2013-03-05
Daniel Seiple, the 2013 Watson Visiting Collaborator, SU Humanities Center, and the 601 Tully Artist in Residence will present his curatorial practice including Homie Galerie, Skulpturenpark, and other activities of KUNSTrePUBLIK, a 5-artist Berlin-based group that focuses on socio-political projects. Sponsored by UPSTATE: and the Syracuse University Humanities Center.
Joe Day (NYC) 2013-03-04
Joe Day is design principal of deegan-day design llc and serves on the faculty for design and critical studies at SCI-Arc. deegan-day seeks to map and reconfigure the fast-evolving visual economies of projection, surveillance and exhibition. In 2012, Day was a Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Architecture. His forthcoming Corrections and Collections: Architectures for Art and Crime (Routledge, 2013) examines intersections in museum and prison design since Minimalism. (Photo by Taiyo Watanabe: C-Glass House, Marin CA, deegan-day design, 2011)
Mick McConnell 2013-02-12
Syracuse Architecture NYC visiting critic Mick McConnell (M.Arch, U. of Nebraska) is Creative Director at R/GA, a full-service digital advertising agency where he is charged with merging innovative digital experiences and physical environments for some of the best brands in the world including Nike, Microsoft, and the MTA. His lecture explores the evolution of his work from large-scale stadiums to temporal digital works and the importance of collaboration across disciplines. LECTURE VIDEO
Wowo Ding 2013-02-05
Wowo Ding is the Dean of the School of Architecture at Nanjing University, China. She received the Outstanding Young Teacher's Prize by Southeast University and Nanjing University, first prize for her design project 'Eastern and Western Market in Confucius Temple,' and an outstanding designation for her Jiangsu Provincial urban and rural planning design work. LECTURE VIDEO
Redefining the Rust Belt 2013-01-31
Please join us for a duo signing event for two recent publications on the state of cities: Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust Belt Futures, edited by Julia Czerniak, published by New City Books, a joint imprint of Princeton Architectural Press and Syracuse Architecture; The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit by Andrew Herscher, published by digitalculturebooks, an imprint of University of Michigan Press.
Scott Erdy 2013-01-29
Scott Erdy G'90 is a founding partner and lead designer at Erdy McHenry Architecture, Philadelphia. He was a visiting critic at Syracuse Architecture in spring 2012. While his work has received numerous awards and been nationally recognized, Erdy is respected by clients and colleagues alike--particularly for his conversational approach to the design process and use of computer modeling in the early conceptual stages. Exhibition reception follows in the Gallery. LECTURE VIDEO
Jing Liu + Florian Idenburg 2013-01-22
Solid Objectives-Idenburg Liu SO-IL is an idea-driven award-winning design firm that brings together extensive experience from the fields of architecture, academia and the arts. Awards include the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program and the AIA Young Practices Award. Projects range in scale from a series of prints for the Guggenheim Museum to the master plan of a cultural campus in Shanghai, China. Recent projects include student housing in Athens, and a public square in Bahrain.
Here and Away: Constructed Environments, Networked Places 2012-12-07
This exhibition highlights the achievements of the fall 2012 second-year design studio, ARC 207. The work on display, from eight studio sections, engages not merely the singular built object, but also how that architectural proposition emerges out of a complex network or systems. It emphasizes both site and space, with the understanding that landscapes as well as buildings are constructed artifacts. Through January 22 during regular business hours.
Peter Waldman (FLORENCE) 2012-11-26
'The Word Made Flesh: On Specifications for Construction, One Good Window, Please'
New City Books Series (Van Alen NYC) 2012-11-08
A joint imprint of Syracuse Architecture and Princeton Architectural Press, the series of 5 books explores architecture, landscape architecture, infrastructure, and planning in the redevelopment of the civic realm. Innovative design and the role of a research University as a resource and collaborator are highlighted. 'From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes,' is first in the series and is now available.
Robert Somol (NYC Lecture) 2012-11-08
This lecture is cancelled, with regrets.
Stephan Jaklitsch 2012-11-06
Syracuse Architecture visiting critic Stephan Jaklitsch is founding principal of Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects (J/GA). J/GA is an award-winning NYC-based design practice that focuses on urban scale projects, buildings, interiors, and objects. Award-winning projects include Marc Jacobs Tokyo Flagship Building (2010); a bike rack for the NYC DOT that was exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (2008); and the Marc Jacobs International Showroom (2012). LECTURE VIDEO
Memoryscapes and Imageworlds 2012-11-01
A conference on the continuing influence of Walter Benjamin's writings. Discussion on the contemporary status of memory archives and the increasing need to imagine and construct new archival frameworks, networks and interfaces in the face of the proliferation of information and globalism. (11:00 - 12:00 Passenwerk roundtable; 1:30-3:30 Images? Precisely! panel; 3:45 Keynote: Pier Vittorio Aureli; 5:00 datenwerk Gallery Talk/Exhibition opening). LECTURE VIDEO: Part One | Part Two
Stan Allen (NYC Lecture) 2012-10-24
Award-winning architect Stan Allen is professor and former dean of Princeton's School of Architecture. Since 1990 when he established Stan Allen Architect, he's pursued parallel careers as educator, writer and architect. Responding to the complexity of the modern city in creative ways, he's developed an extensive catalogue of innovative design strategies, particularly looking at field theory, landscape arch and ecology as models to revitalize the practice of architecture.
Erik Olsen 2012-10-16
Erik Olsen is a climate engineer known for his passionate focus on high-comfort, low-impact environments. As Director of Transsolar Climate Engineering's NY office he works collaboratively with clients, architects, and other engineers worldwide to develop and validate low-energy, architecturally integrated indoor climate and energy concepts. LECTURE VIDEO
Felicity Scott 2012-10-11
Felicity Scott is Assoc. Prof. of Architecture and Director of the program in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (CCCP) at Columbia. Her research focuses on articulating geneaologies of political and theoretical engagement with questions of technological transformation within modern and contemporary architecture, as well as within the discourses and institutions that have shaped and defined the discipline. Introduction by Jonathan Massey.
Lydia Kallipoliti 2012-10-10
Lydia Kallipoliti, Asst. Prof. Adj. at The Cooper Union, will present her research on the history of ecological theory as exhibited on the online archive of ecological material experiments that she created, ecoredux.com. A discussion, 'Recycling the Archive,' will follow with Eva Franch i Gilabert, director of the Storefront for Art and Architecture and curator of the upcoming show 'Past-Present-Futures.'
Tracy Metz 2012-10-09
Tracy Metz is a journalist and author of art, architecture, urban planning and the landscape. In Sweet & Salt: Water and the Dutch (NAi Publishers) Metz describes the metamorphosis the landscape of the Netherlands is currently undergoing and how the Dutch are searching for new ways of living with the water. Co-sponsored by School of Visual and Performing Arts Transmedia Department. Book signing and reception to follow. LECTURE VIDEO
Nicholas de Monchaux 2012-10-02
Nicholas de Monchaux is an architect and urbanist whose work explores the intersections between nature, technology, and the city. He is the author of Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo (MIT Press, 2011), an architectural history of the Apollo 11 spacesuit. He is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at UC Berkeley. The work of his design studio has been exhibited widely and is currently being featured n the US Pavillion of the 13th Venice Biennale. LECTURE VIDEO
Investigations: J/GA 2012-09-27
An exhibition of the work and design process of Stephan Jaklitsch and Mark Gardner (award-winning NYC design practice Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects) through sketches, models, renderings, construction drawings and photographs of six projects. Their work addresses specific conditions of site, use, the psychology of experience, sustainability, techniques of construction, craft in detail, and materiality of building. Runs 09.27 - 10.25; M - F, 9 - 5
Tsao and McKown Architects 2012-04-17
"OPEN" is a dyptical exhibition in which the gallery space is devoted to use by the students and the materials are primarily viewed on a website created for the exhibit: www.sevenprojects.net. Exhibition opening reception and gallery talk 04/17 by visiting critics Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown. Show runs from 04/17 - 05/09. Photo by Yves Klein, "Obsession de la levitation (Le Saut dans le vide)" Obsession with Levitation (Leap into the Void), 1960
Writing Landscape: Criticism Now 2012-04-11
UPSTATE: Center for Design, Research, and Real Estate at Syracuse Architecture presents Writing Landscape: Criticism Now, an inventory of writing criticism as a projective practice for imaging and imagining cities. Presentations by field experts followed by dialogue and reception. Anita Berrizbeitia, Bernadette Blanchon-Caillot, Julia Czerniak, Nancy Levinson, Mark Linder, Linda Pollak, Jane Rendell, Mark Robbins, Alice Twemlow
Teddy Cruz 2012-04-05
This lecture by Teddy Cruz, Associate Professor, UC San Diego, Estudio Teddy Cruz, is part of the Syracuse University School of Architecture graduate student "Architect's Work" series. Exhibition reception follows.
Teddy Cruz: Conflict as an Operational Tool 2012-04-05
March 22 - April 8, M-F, 9-5; Closing reception April 5 @ 5 pm.
Alan Berger 2012-04-03
Alan Berger is Associate Professor of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture at MIT and founding director of research practice P-REX. His work emphasizes the link between our consumption of natural resources and the waste and destruction of landscape -- he coined the term "systemic design" to describe the reintegration of disvalued landscapes into our urbanized territories and regional ecologies. Co-sponsored by SUNY ESF. (Photo of Alan Berger by Audra Melton) LECTURE VIDEO
D. Grahame Shane 2012-03-27
D. Grahame Shane teaches Graduate Urban Design at Columbia University and undergraduate students at The Cooper Union in New York. He has lectured widely and his work has been published in architectural journals worldwide. Together with Brian McGrath he edited Volume 8: Contemporary Urban Theory in The Handbook of Architectural Theory (Sage 2011). His new book, Urban Design Since 1945; A Global Perspective, was published in April 2011. LECTURE VIDEO
Architecture as Second Nature 2012-03-20
Three diverse, yet related transatlantic voices have been invited to present ideas and projects that attempt to demonstrate the mysterious yet vital relationship between nature, naturalistic design processes, and their expression. Benadetta Tagliabue (EMBT, Barcelona), Patricia and John Patkau (Vancouver), and Pippo Ciorra (Foundazione MAXXI, Rome) will each speak about and discuss projects and concepts as they relate to the overall notion of second nature.
Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown 2012-03-20
Visiting critics Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown are co-partners of Tsao and McKown Architects, NYC. Calvin Tsao has emerged as one of the most original voices in contemporary architecture, drawing from his own experience of diverse cultures and a lively engagement with a variety of art forms. Zack McKown has been widely recognized for his innovations in the fields of urban design and architecture, interiors, furniture and product design. LECTURE VIDEO
Hitoshi Abe 2012-02-21
Hitoshi Abe is Chair of the UCLA Deparment of Architecture and Urban Design. Since 1992, when he won first prize in the Miyagi Stadium competition, he has maintained an active international design practice, Atelier Hitoshi Abe, based in Sendai, Japan and Los Angeles. Known for architecture that is spatially complex and structurally innovative, Abe's work has been published internationally and received numerous awards. (L.C. Dillenbeck lecture) LECTURE VIDEO
Suzanne Tick 2012-02-14
Suzanne Tick heads up Suzanne Tick, Inc., specializing in material development for commercial and residential interiors, including textiles, hard surfacing, carpet, woven metal screens, and lighting. In 2000, Tick invented Imago, a new breed of hard surfacing for major client Knoll Textiles. It was the first time fabric had been embedded in a high performance resin, effectively extending the range of textiles into the building materials market. Co-sponsored by VPA. LECTURE VIDEO
Shimon Attie 2012-02-07
Shimon Attie is an internationally renowned visual artist whose practice includes creating large and small-scale site-specific installations in public places, photographs, new media works, and, more recently, immersive multiple channel HD video installations for museums and galleries.Co-sponsored by VPA and the SU Humanities Center. LECTURE VIDEO
James and Hayes Slade 2012-01-31
Visiting critics James and Hayes Slade, co-founders of Slade Architecture, have completed a diverse range of international and domestic projects, recognized internationally with over 200 publications, exhibits, and awards. One of the Architectural League of New York's "2010 Emerging Voices." They've exhibited at the Venice Biennale, MoMA NYC, the Deutsches Architektur Museum, and others. LECTURE VIDEO
Lori Brown 2012-01-26
Book talk followed by a book signing reception
Iwan Baan / 52 Weeks 2011-11-17
A chronicle of images by renowned Dutch architectural photographer Iwan Baan. Baan challenges a long-standing tradition of depicting buildings as static by using structures as backdrops for people and other elements of everyday life. He has photographed buildings by many of the world's most prominent architects, including Rem Koolhaas and Toyo Ito. M - F; 9 - 5. Through January 24.
Maria Alessandra Segantini + Carlo Cappai 2011-11-15
Professor of Practice Maria Alessandra Segantini and Carlo Cappai, partners of C + S Associati, Treviso, Italy, will lecture. LECTURE VIDEO
Julie Snow 2011-11-08
Minneapolis architect and Syracuse Architecture fall 2011 visiting critic Julie Snow will lecture, followed by a reception for an exhibition of her firm's work. Upon recently being awarded the American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award, Snow's work was characterized as "invention within convention . . . elegance balanced by pragmatism." In 2005, Princeton Architectural Press published the first monograph on the work of Julie Snow Architects. LECTURE VIDEO
Craig Schwitter 2011-10-25
Craig Schwitter, PE, is Regional Director for Buro Happold, North America, He has over 20 years of experience in the engineering design of complex building, infrastructure and planning projects. With a focus on integrated engineering and the use of appropriate technology, he has played a hands-on role in ensuring a high level of quality and innovation on projects like The High Line in New York City and the Genzyme Headquarters in Boston. LECTURE VIDEO
Julie Snow Architects 2011-10-19
Using restraining and minimal means, visiting critic Julie Snow pursues the inspired moments design can bring to everyday use. Work is motivated by intelligent, inventive design grounded in the specifics of each project. This exhibit focuses on six recent projects from her studio's dynamic portfolio, highlighting their ability to bring continuity, consistency, and technical integrity to every design effort. (Thru Nov 11)
Grace La & James Dallman 2011-10-18
Grace La and James Dallman, principals of LA DALLMAN and Syracuse Architecture visiting critics, discuss transformations of site and infrastructure through spatial and material investigations, including the firm's Marsupial Bridge (left) and other recently completed projects. Awarded numerous honors, the firm is the recipient of the 2011 Rice Design Alliance's Spotlight Award; Supported in part by the Joseph D. Patton Memorial Endowment; Photo: Jim Brozek SU News | LECTURE VIDEO
Walter Hood 2011-10-11
Walter Hood is a professor in the UC Berkeley Landscape Architecture & Environmental Design Dept. His studio, Hood Design, has been engaged in architectural commissions, urban design, art installations, & research since 1992. Walter has spread his unique approach to public art design and urban landscapes across the US; from the Powell St. Promenade in San Francisco, CA, to the Green- print urban landscape vision for the Hill District in Pittsburgh. LECTURE VIDEO
Images? Precisely! 2011-10-07
The first of three in a series series featuring influential scholars and artists whose work has contributed to new understandings of images as a complex subject of inquiry and a quickly evolving mode of cultural currency. Speakers: James Elkins, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Michael Lynch, Acting Dir. of Grad Studies in Science and Technology Studies at Cornell University; Moderator: Mark Linder, Chancellor's Fellow in the Humanities. (Transdisciplinary Humanities Project)
Bjarke Ingels 2011-10-04
Architect Bjarke Ingels, founding partner of BIG (Copenhagen, NYC), will speak. Through a series of award-winning design projects and buildings, Ingels has created an international reputation as a member of a new generation of architects who combine shrewd analysis, playful experimentation, social responsibility and humor. Recently, Bjarke was named as one of the "100 most creative people in business" by Fast Company magazine. SU News | LECTURE VIDEO
Peter Eisenman 2011-09-30
Internationally renowned architect, distinguished author, and teacher, Peter Eisenman returns to Syracuse to what will likely be a packed house. Award-winning projects include the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin and the Wexner Center for the Visual Arts and Fine Arts Library at Ohio State University. Reception follows in the Slocum Hall atrium. (Photo of Peter Eisenman by Chris Wiley) LECTURE VIDEO
An exhibition of furniture and objects designed by Syracuse Architecture faculty Ramona Albert, Sarosh Anklesaria + Lior Galili, Larry Bowne, Sekou Cooke, Jonathan Lott, Ryan Ludwig, Michael Pelken, Brett Snyder, Timothy Stenson, Robert Svetz, and Vasilena Vassilev. Exhibition closes on October 11.
Sarah Oppenheimer 2011-09-15
Sarah Oppenheimer teaches at Yale University School of Art where she is also an art critic. "Her work typically uses architectural interventions to examine how we perceive space. Her installations often create disorienting or puzzling illusions that lead the viewer to question what s/he thought they knew about their position or orientation within a building," says Tyler Green, ARTINFO. Co-sponsored by SU School of Visual and Performing Arts
Sarah Whiting 2011-04-12
Sarah Whiting is Dean and William Ward Watkin Professor at the School of Architecture at Rice University. She is co-founder, with Ron Witte, of WW. Projects include the Golden House in Princeton, NJ, and the Museum of Art + Design at San Jose State U, CA. Previously, Whiting worked with OMA in The Netherlands. She is currently completing a book, Superblock City, and is the founding editor of a new book series, POINT (Princeton University Press). LECTURE VIDEO
DOGMA: A Simple Heart 2011-04-08
Eighth in the Architect's Work series, this year Syracuse Architecture graduate students focus on the work of European urban contemporary firm DOGMA. Students will interview Pier Vittorio Aureli & Martino Tattara 4:00 p.m. in the auditorium. "A Simple Heart" exhibition reception follows in the gallery. Exhibition April 8 - May 9
Jean-François Bédard 2011-04-07
Assistant Professor Jean-Francois Bedard will give a brief book talk about his new book, "Decorative Games: Ornament, Rhetoric, and Noble Culture in the Work of Gilles-Marie Oppenord (1672-1742)" (University of Delaware Press. The talk will be followed by a book signing reception in Slocum Gallery.
Susannah Drake 2011-04-05
Susannah Drake is the principal of dlandstudio llc, an award winning design firm of landscape architects, urban designers, sculptors, scientists and architects. Recent public projects include "A New Urban Ground," designed in collaboration with ARO for MoMA. Drake has received several grants for research on campus landscapes and large scale urban infrastructure projects. She is an adjunct professor of design at the Harvard GSD and at City College of NY. LECTURE VIDEO
Enrique Norten 2011-03-29
Enrique Norten, founder of TEN Arquitectos (Mexico City/NYC), is dedicated to shaping the thinking and practice of urban leaders and sustainable urban development through a worldwide investigation into the future of diverse cities around the world. His firm is internationally respected as a leader in contemporary architecture and has been recognized with numerous awards and publication in several monographs. SU News
Marcel Breuer and Postwar America 2011-03-22
February 15 - March 29; Reception to be held on March 22, 6:30-7:30 pm; Curated by Syracuse Architecture students with Barry Bergdoll (MoMA) and Jonathan Massey; Sponsored by Syracuse Architecture with support from the Syracuse University Library; Photo: Marcel Breuer, HUD HQ, Washington, D.C., 1965-68; Credit: Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Press release
Pippo Ciorra 2011-03-22
Pippo Ciorra is an architect, critic, and professor of design and theory at the School of Architecture of Ascoli Piceno, University of Camerino, in Italy. In 2010 he was appointed as Senior Curator for Architecture at the MAXXI museum in Rome. He has curated and presented exhibitions internationally, including the Venice Biennale. Among his most recent books is Museums. Next Generation, published by Electa in 2006. LECTURE VIDEO
Sir Peter Cook 2011-03-07
Sir Peter Cook, Crab Studio, founder of radical experimental group Archigram, former Director of the Institute for Contemporary Art and the Bartlett School in London, has been a pivotal figure within the global architecture world for over 50 years. His achievements have been the subject of numerous publications and public exhibitions. In 2007, Cook was knighted by the Queen for his contributions to architecture. SU News LECTURE VIDEO
Craig Scott '86 2011-03-01
IwamotoScott Architecture is a San Francisco-based architecture and design practice led by Lisa Iwamoto and Craig Scott. The firm pursues architecture as a form of applied design research and engages in projects of multiple scales and in a variety of contexts. These include full-scale fabrications, museum installations and exhibitions, theoretical proposals, design competitions and commissions. LECTURE VIDEO
Fred Stelle '70 2011-02-22
Stelle Architects of Bridgehampton, Long Island, is known for its low-key, non-invasive approach to design and construction, and highly acclaimed for its ability to create environments that respect the beauty and fragility of the natural landscape. In 2005, Fred Stelle was awarded the AIA Architectural Achievement Award. Lecture supported in part by the Joseph D. Patton, III Memorial Endowment for Visiting Critics. SUNews LECTURE VIDEO
Stephanie Johnston 2011-02-18
Stephanie Johnston is the Education Manager at Article 25, a charity in the UK that designs, builds, and manages projects to provide better shelter in distressed and underserved areas. She has worked on several projects in Africa and recently in Haiti. Her work experience ranges from commercial practice in the UK, to slum upgrading in Istanbul, to crime prevention through environmental design. More LECTURE VIDEO
Guy Nordenson 2011-02-15
Guy Nordenson is a structural engineer and professor of architecture and structural engineering at Princeton University. He was the structural engineer for the MoMA expansion in New York, the Jubilee Church in Rome and over 100 other projects. Nordenson is active in earthquake engineering, including code development. Co-sponsored by L.C. Smith School of Engineering and Computer Science. LECTURE VIDEO
Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample 2010-11-30
Michael Meredith '94 and Hilary Sample '94 are co-founders of MOS, an interdisciplinary architecture and design practice based in New Haven, CT. Projects designed in their office have been showcased in numerous publications, including Architectural Record, Architect, and The New York Times. Their work has received numerous awards, most recently a Design Award from Progressive Architecture, and New York City Architectural League Emerging Voices. LECTURE VIDEO
Motive Force 2010-11-19
Featuring the work of Syracuse Architecture faculty Larry Bowne, Sekou Cooke, and Richard Rosa. The "Motive Force" seeks to reveal the drive of one's creative process, how it has influenced various research and work trajectories, and its connections to an individual's design pedagogy. Exhibition runs November 19 thru January 16.
L.E.FT is a NYC-based design collective comprised of architects Makram el-Kadi and Ziad Jamaleddine. Established in New York in 2001, L.E.FT is dedicated to examining the intersections of cultural and political productions as they relate to the built environment. L.E.FT was recently selected for the 2010 Design Vanguard by Architectural Record. Syracuse Architecture NYC lecture.
Ken Smith 2010-11-09
Ken Smith Workshop practices landscape design primarily in the realm of public space, with experience in a wide variety and scale of projects. Work includes the MoMA Roof Garden and the Orange County Great Park. Lecture is co-sponsored by SUNY ESF. Book signing for the monograph Ken Smith Landscape Architect will follow Mr. Smith's lecture. LECTURE VIDEO
Serge Appel 2010-11-03
Serge Appel, AIA, LEED AP, is Associate Partner at Cook + Fox Architects, NYC. Since joining the firm in 1996, he has been a key team member for the firm's largest projects, including lead architect for the Bank of America Tower @ One Bryant Park. With an interest in large-scale, complex projects, he has developed an expertise in the techniques involved in the construction of modern high-rise buildings, and an understanding of how such processes inform design solutions.
Richard Barnes 2010-11-02
Photographer Richard Barnes looks at architecture as artifact and, placing it within the context of archaeology, challenges our conceptions of the way we inhabit and represent the built environment. His photographs are in numberous public and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He was a recipient of the Rome Prize 2005-06. Co-sponsored by Syracuse University Light Work. LECTURE VIDEO
Catherine Ingraham 2010-10-26
Catherine Ingraham is a Professor of Architecture in the graduate program at Pratt Institute. She has published and lectured extensively. She has been a guest professor at Columbia, Harvard, and Princeton University, and received numerous fellowships and grants. In 2001, Ingraham was the winner, with architect Laurie Hawkinson, of a design competition and building commission for the Museum of Women's History in NY. LECTURE VIDEO
Joshua Prince-Ramus 2010-10-22
Visiting critic Joshua Prince-Ramus is Principal of REX. He has been described as the "savior of American architecture" by Esquire magazine and identified as one of "The 20 Essential Young Architects" by ICON magazine. Within the past year, REX received second prize in both the international competition for the Finnish Innovation Fund's Low2No sustainable development competition in Helsinki, Finland, and the new Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway (pictured).
Formerly Urban: Projecting Rust Belt Futures 2010-10-14
A two-day conference on creating urbanity in weak-market cities. Includes five sessions featuring 21 international experts in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design, as well as planning, policy, finance, economics, and real estate development. Keynote lecture Wed @ 5:30 p.m. by Adriaan Geuze, renowned Dutch landscape architect and co-founder of West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture. Gallery reception to follow. Symposium ends Friday @ 3:30 p.m.
Previously known as OMA New York until being renamed REX by Principal Joshua Prince-Ramus in 2006, the firm recently completed the AT&T Performing Arts Center's Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre in Dallas, Texas. The firm recently received second prize in both the international competition for the new Edvard Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway, and the Finnish Innovation Fund's Low2No sustainable development competition in Helsinki, Finland. Exhibition runs thru November 12.
James Carpenter 2010-10-12
James Carpenter studied architecture and sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design. Previously, he worked for 10 years as a consultant with Corning Glass. Through his NYC firm, James Carpenter Design Associates, he has developed unique award-winning architectural projects and structural designs employing glass, steel, wood and composites for a variety of works, including museums, university buildings, commercial office towers and cultural facilities. LECTURE VIDEO
Robin Osler 2010-09-21
Robin Elmslie Osler, F10 Visiting Critic, is principal of Elmslie Osler Architect, NYC. She has extensive teaching experience and holds a diverse portfolio of built work. EOA is currently engaged in implementing The Urban Farming Food Chain, a collaboration with a Detroit based organization that is designed as a green path, comprised of a network of vertical farming walls for the growth of produce and kitchen and education hubs that will serve as community centers. LECTURE VIDEO
Ideas + Action: The Food Chain 2010-09-13
EOA is currently engaged in The Food Chain, a collaborative architectural and planning intervention in Detroit aimed at eradicating hunger in urban areas. The Food Chain includes a series of 180 vertical "food walls" capable of providing the homeless and economically disadvantaged easy access to fresh produce. Kitchen and education hubs will serve as community centers. Exhibition runs thru October 5.
Florian Idenburg 2010-06-16
Florian Idenburg is co-founder with Jing Liu of SO-IL. Previously he was an associate at SANAA in Japan. He is a frequent lecturer, panelist and critic throughout the U.S. and abroad. In his teaching he has been exploring the role of architecture in different social cultural and economical conditions. Part of this research is the subject of a book Idenburg edited, Learning from Japan (Lars Mueller Publishers, 2009). Florian Idenburg holds a MSc. from Delft University.
WORKac (WORKac) was founded in 2003 by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood. Based in NYC, the firm strives to develop architectural and urban projects that engage culture and consciousness, nature and artificiality, surrealism and pragmatism. Recent completed projects include the installation "Public Farm 1" at PS1/MoMA and the new HQ for Diane von Furstenberg. In 2009, WORKac was honored at the White House as Finalist for a National Design Award.
Marcos Cruz 2010-04-29
Marcos Cruz is the new director of The Bartlett School of Architecture (UK) where he also runs Diploma/MArch Unit 20. Cruz is co-founder and co-principal of marcosandmarjan. His award-winning research centers on contemporary discussion about the body in architecture and the emergence of neoplasmatic architecture, an investigation into the use of digital and analogue design processes as a method to explore and manipulate actual biological material. LECTURE VIDEO
Alumni Reception 2010-04-15
Jeffery J. Burke, AIA, '72, Principal of Payette and Syracuse Architecture Advisory Board member, invites alumni and friends to a reception with Dean Mark Robbins '81. Reception to be held at Payetete, 284 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210. RSVP by Friday, April 1 to 315-443-1292.
Preston Scott Cohen 2010-04-15
Graduate Session interview with Preston Scott Cohen, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m., Slocum Auditorium; The Architect's Work 7, Preston Scott Cohen: Tiayuan Museum exhibition opening 6:30 p.m., Slocum Gallery; Exhibition runs April 6 - May 14
Dolores Hayden 2010-04-08
Yale Architecture Professor Dolores Hayden will deliver the Frances E. Hares Preservation Lecture, co-sponsored by SU Dept. of Anthropology. This talk on the culture of sprawl will define the process of constructing seven historic suburban landscapes. The three most recent ones reveal land shaped by many little-understood federal subsidies for both residential and commercial real estate development. LECTURE VIDEO
Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen 2010-03-30
In 2000, Ana Dzokic and Marc Neelen established STEALTH, a collective based in Rotterdam and Belgrade. Their practice has established and participated in a number of projects on the complexity and inconsistency of the contemporary city.Their lecture will focus on cities marked by harsh transition from planned to deregulated conditions and the need for a shared creation of urban space. Co-sponsored by SMAD. LECTURE VIDEO
Alejandro Zaera-Polo 2010-03-25
Alejandro Zaera-Polo is a founding partner of Foreign Office Architects, known for combining technical innovation with design excellence in its practice of architecture and urban design. Award-winning projects include the Yokohama Cruise Terminal in Japan and the Carabanchel Social Housing in Madrid. Zaera-Polo serves as Berlage Chair at the Technical University of Delft, the Netherlands. He is published extensively as a critic worldwide. L.C. Dillenback Lecture; Reception follows. LECTURE VIDEO
Andrea Ponsi 2010-03-22
As a designer and as an architect, Andrea Ponsi's work focuses on environmental sustainability. In 2000 he won the international competition for the building of the Palos Verdes Art Center in L.A. Projects also include urban finishing, commercial interiors, and exhibition planning. Andrea Ponsi is a former Syracuse visiting critic and Florence adjunct professor. Book signing reception to follow. LECTURE VIDEO
Heather Roberge 2010-03-09
Heather Roberge is a practicing architect and educator in L.A.. She is the founder and principal of murmur, an award-winning practice that studies the spatial, structural and atmospheric potential of emerging digital design and manufacturing techniques. She is Assoc.Vice Chair of the Dept. of Arch. and Urban Design at UCLA. Her research focuses on the effective implications of contemporary surfaces with particular interest in formal and material experimentation that engages the senses. LECTURE VIDEO
Evan Douglis 2010-03-02
Evan Douglis is dean of the School of Architecture at RPI, and also principal of Evan Douglis Studio, a contemporary interdisciplinary design firm. The firm's unique cutting edge research into computer aided digital design and fabrication technology, new materials and multi-media installations as applied to a range of diverse gallery installations, commercial projects and more recently a new generation of building components has elicited international acclaim. LECTURE VIDEO
Michael Webb 2010-02-23
In 1963 Michael Webb joined London's Archigram Group, a collection of six young architects rebelling against what they saw as an English architectural scene on life support. For eleven years, an exhibition of the group's work - 'new architecture that would stand alongside the space capsules' - toured the world. Since 1965 Webb has taught architecture in the U.S., currently as an adjunct faculty at The Cooper Union. Reception follows. LECTURE VIDEO
Ammar Eloueini 2010-02-16
Visiting critic Ammar Eloueini, founder of AEDS, New Orleans, was among the first, over a decade ago, to experiment with CNC manufacturing processes in his design work. He is among a new generation of architects who are building a repertoire of linked design and fabrication techniques. Eloueini previously chaired the Digital Media Program at the University of Illinois, Chicago. His work is part of four permanent museum collections, including MoMA. LECTURE VIDEO
unzip: Competition as Design Research 2010-02-11
This exhibition seeks to engage the School and community by showcasing faculty design research and experimentation at a range of scales from competitions during the past year. It provides an opportunity to unzip; a process that has the potential to inform design thinking for students in all stages of learning. Exhibition runs February 8 - April 2
Peter Eisenman 2009-11-20
Peter Eisenman is founder and principal of Eisenman Architects, NYC. He is an internationally recognized architect and educator whose award-winning large-scale housing and urban design projects, innovative facilities for educational institutions, and series of inventive private houses attest to a career of excellence in design. (Peter Eisenman - photo by Chris Wiley; University of Phoenix Stadium - photo by David Sundberg/ESTO. Courtesy the Arizona Cardinals.) LECTURE VIDEO
Plastic Modernities 2009-11-13
Transcisiplinary Media Studio is a collaboration between Syracuse Architecture and the Syracuse University Humanities Center. Speakers @ 1:00 p.m.: Billie Faircloth (Kieran Timberlake); Mitchell Joachim (Terreform ONE); Patrick T. Mather (Syracuse Biomaterials Institute); David Ruy (Ruy Klein); Keynote address @ 4:30: Jeffrey L. Meikle (Prof. of American Studies and Art History, UT at Austin). Reception @ 6:00 p.m.
Gregg Pasquarelli 2009-11-10
Gregg Pasquarelli is co-founder of SHoP Architects, NYC. He has lectured, exhibited, and been published internationally. Winner of the 2009 National Design Award for Architecture (Smithsonian, Cooper -Hewitt, National Design Museum), recent projects include NYC's South St. Seaport Redevelopment, two shopping and office complexes in Beijing, and a new campus for Google in Mountain View, CA. In spring 2010 Pasquarelli will teach a studio at Syracuse Architecture NYC. LECTURE VIDEO
Paper Architecture 2009-11-05
This exhibition is the first devoted to Bierut's poster design and features 28 works from 1983 to the present for clients including the Architecture League of New York, the Yale School of Architecture, the New York State Council for the Arts and the University of Cincinnati. Bierut and his team from Pentagram are currently designing the environmental graphics for Syracuse's Connective Corridor project linking the university to downtown. Ends January 22.
Annabelle Selldorf 2009-11-03
Annabelle Selldorf (M.Arch, Syracuse 1997) is the principal of Selldorf Architects in NYC. She is a Fellow of The American Institute of Architects and in 2006 was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame. Her firm has won numerous awards for its work which includes institutional, commercial, and high-end retail and residential projects. Current work includes the Gladstone Gallery 21st Street, NYC. Book signing for a monograph of the firm's work will follow. LECTURE VIDEO
Audrey Matlock 2009-10-27
Recently featured in Newsweek's "How to Fix the World" 2009 special edition, Audrey Matlock Architect was highlighted as one of several "boutique design firms" involved in high-profile design development overseas, "exporting the fresh ideas of a new generation of American architects." Lecture supported in part through the Joseph D. Patton, III Memorial Endowment for Visiting Critics. (L: Sport Center, Kazakhstan). LECTURE VIDEO
Mark Jarzombek 2009-10-20
Jarzombek is Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture and Associate Dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning. His work on a range of historical topics, from the Renaissance to the modern, and extensive work on 19th- and 20th-century aesthetics, is widely published. He is currently working on a set of essays on architecture and modernity. LECTURE VIDEO