bulthaup Lecture
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Room 103, 230 College Street

Strange Harvest is a lecture presented by Sam Jacob that explores the idea of architecture as an expanded field. It explores how research, criticism and curation can be fundamental to architecture’s propositional nature and to built form. The lecture will chart a story through the end of FAT Architecture and the emergence of the eponymous new practice Sam Jacob Studio.

Sessions
Thursday, January 15, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Room 103, 230 College Street
Following the lecture, audience members are invited to continue the conversation with the speaker in the Graduate Student Lounge, located in the lower level of 230 College Street.

Steve Sanderson is a founding partner of CASE and the Director of Implementation Solutions where he is primarily responsible for leading the knowledge and change management efforts for leading AECO clients. His approach considers implementation holistically, advising clients on the long-term vision, objectives, management, staffing, platforms and capabilities needed to succeed with new technology-enabled processes. Significant projects include firmwide design technology strategies for HDR, Aedas and Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope.

Kohn Shnier Architects Lecture
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Room 103, 230 College Street

Since 2000, Carla Juaçaba has developed her independent practice of architecture and research based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Her office, Carla Juaçaba Arquiteta, is currently engaged in both public and private projects, focusing on housing and cultural programs. Carla has worked with architect Gisela Magalhães of the Niemeyer’s generation since she was an undergraduate student mostly in the area of exhibitions related to Brazilian native arts and historical museums. During her first year after college, she worked jointly with architect Mario Fraga on the “Atelier House” project.

Sessions
Thursday, January 29, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Room 103, 230 College Street
Following the lecture, audience members are invited to continue the conversation with the speaker in the Graduate Student Lounge, located in the lower level of 230 College Street.

Over the last decade, Ivan Rupnik has engaged the complex context of post-socialist, postwar Croatia, through a series of projects that range from design as research to the research of design. Part of this work has led to two major publications, Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice (Actar, 2007), coauthored with Eve Blau, and A Peripheral Moment: Experiments in Architectural Agency (Actar, 2010), developed through an intensive dialogue with local architects, and part of it has resulted in two ongoing design projects: an urban strategy for the University of Zagreb, developed with Bojan Baletic, Vice Rector for Spatial Planning and Development, and a new multi-sensory public landscape, also in Zagreb, designed in collaboration with Helena Paver Njiric, principle of hpnj+.

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