When: Friday, November 13th at 1:00pm
Where: room 106, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
Information architect guru Richard Saul Wurman will be making a presentation on Friday, November 13th at 1pm in room 106, via Skype. Wurman is the creator of the TED (Technology/ Entertainment/ Design), the TEDMED and EG (Entertainment Gathering) conferences. His passion in life is making information understandable. Mr. Wurman’s nearly half-century of achievements includes over 80 publications including his best-selling book Information Anxiety and his award winning ACCESS Guides, The Notebook and Drawings of Louis I. Kahn, Cities: A Comparison of Form and Scale and Making the City Observable. Currently, he is spearheading the 19.20.21 project which investigates 19 cities in the world with 20 million people in the 21st century.
(This this talk is part of Professor Nadia Amoroso’s ARC3041 course).