Co-Conveners: Preston Scott Cohen and Erika Naginski
The Return of Nature is the first of four Harvard GSD Symposia on Architecture, an annual series of events which brings together architects, historians and theorists to consider the question of architecture's autonomy in relation to contemporary debates.
HARVARD GSD SYMPOSIA ON ARCHITECTURE 1...
Lecture date: 2014-12-06
Mouffe in conversation with Pier Vittorio Aureli, Reinhold Martin, Ines Weizman and Sarah Whiting
The second in The Architecture Exchange's series of crossings between theory and architecture presents an open discussion between Chantal Mouffe and four preeminent architectural thinkers.
How is Architecture Political? is a forum to discuss the...
Friday, April 26, 2013
David Gissen, California College of the Arts
Thomas Keenan, Bard College
Janette Kim, Columbia University GSAPP
Mpho Matsipa, University of Witwatersand
Sarah Whiting, Rice School of Architecture
Mabel Wilson, Columbia University GSAPP
Kazys Varnelis, Columbia University GSAPP
Mark Wasiuta, Columbia University GSAPP
Organized by the Program in Advanced Architectural Research
This event will be...
Lecture date: 2006-01-18
This lecture looks at looking. Sarah Whiting reconsiders architecture's formalist legacy in an effort to situate that discussion within our contemporary public sphere. How do we evaluate, judge, talk about, and advance architecture? Who's looking our way and how? Who are we looking for and why?
Sarah Whiting begins by identifying a trend in current architecture in which both theory and the object are minimized. She argues this betrays a simplistic sense of object and context, and autonomy and relations. As a counter-example, she discusses IIT campus within the context of Chicago's South Side, and...
Sarah Whiting and Ron Witte, principals of WW, an architecture firm in Houston, spoke Feb. 18 in Preston Geren Auditorium as part of the Department of Architecture's Spring 2010 Lecture Series.
Whiting, an expert in urban and architectural theory, is dean of the School of Architecture at Rice University, where...
The "Backseat Interview' with Sarah Whiting, dean of the School of Architecture at Rice University, and Ron Witte, associate professor of architecture at Rice, followed their Feb. 18 lecture at Texas A&M's College of Architecture.
Whiting and Witte are principals of WW, an architecture firm in Houston.
Their appearance was part...
Sarah Whiting is the dean and William Ward Watkin Professor at the Rice University School of Architecture, which acts as a think tank of research and production while preparing graduates to think, negotiate and collaborate. Whiting is also a partner of WW Architecture, a practice that she co-founded with...
Saturday, May 10, 2014
East Gallery, Buell Hall
Buell Colloquium: The Figure of Democracy: Houses, Housing, and the Polis
Irene Cheng, Christina Cogdell, Ofelia Cuevas, Gabrielle Esperdy, Catherine Ingraham, Pamela Karimi, Joan Ockman, Jan-Werner Mueller, Ijlal Muzaffar, Sarah Whiting, and Samuel Zipp
Reinhold Martin (Director, Buell Center)
10:10: "The Specter of Democracy: Figuring...