Lecture date: 2007-11-12
Bernard Tschumi studied architecture at the ETH in Zurich. From 1970 to 1979 he was a unit master at the AA, with design work characterised by the appropriation of filmic montage in the organisation of architectural programme. His published work from the time, notably The Screenplays (1977)...
Lecture date: 2013-04-24
Bernard Tschumi will discuss his architecture and his recently published book, Red is Not a Color, a comprehensive documentation of his 30-year investigations as a designer, builder and theorist.
Bernard Tschumi is an architect based in New York and Paris. First known as a theorist, he exhibited and...
Friday, April 18, 2014
Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall
2000+: The Urgencies of Architectural Theory
Lucia Allais, Princeton University School of Architecture
Beatriz Colomina, Princeton University School of Architecture
Mark Cousins, Architectural Association
Arindam Dutta, MIT Architecture
Keller Easterling, Yale School of Architecture
John Harwood, Oberlin College
Catherine Ingraham, Pratt Institute
Mark Jarzombek, MIT Architecture
Mari Lending, Oslo Centre for Critical...
Bernard Tschumi, Bernard Tschumi Architects
Recorded: November 24, 2014
Bernard Tschumi founded his practice in Paris in 1983, after winning the competition for Parc de La Villette, and followed with a New York City office in 1988.
Tschumi’s Current Work lecture, titled “Concept and Notation,” follows his design for the 2014...
The CCA presents its second Toolkit for Today, a two-week summer seminar for PhD candidates and Master students from around the world. This year’s seminar is conceived as an important component of the research launched by the CCA on the processes and practices related to digital media in architecture....
A symposium to mark the publication of Eric Goldemberg's book, Pulsation in Architecture, brought together the book's contributors with Columbia University GSAPP faculty in order to discuss the evolution of the digital design culture, originally spawned at Columbia's GSAPP program in the early 90s.
Panelists included Bernard Tschumi, Hernan...
Monday, September 16, 2013
Pharmacist: A Country of Cities: A Manifesto for an Urban America
Vishaan Chakrabarti, Kenneth Frampton, Laurie Hawkinson, Reinhold Martin, Bernard Tschumi, and Gwendolyn Wright, GSAPP
"Let us form a truly urban coalition, one that binds the need for economic prosperity, environmental stewardship, and social mobility with the...
Since 2014, José Aragüez has led the international project, "The Building", which has yielded two symposia—at Columbia GSAPP and the Architectural Association in London—and a theory seminar at Cornell University. The results of this work have culminated in a new book from Lars Müller Publishers, which will be the...
City Riffs: Urbanism, Ecology, Place traces the changing perspectives of urban design within an ever-changing global context. Moving between sixteen cities, the book also considers trans-disciplinary aspects of urbanism; formal and informal growth in Kumasi and Caracas, post-colonial structures in New Delhi and Prague, post-urban phenomena in Detroit and...
Open Table: Public Matters: New York Architecture after 9/11
A roundtable discussion hosted by the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture with Michel Abboud, Amale Andraos, Robert Beauregard, Andrew Bernheimer, Vishaan Chakrabarti, Karen Fairbanks, Laurie Hawkinson, Florian Idenburg, Laura Kurgan, David Lewis, Scott Marble, Gregg Pasquarelli,...