On Monday, September 19th, ChinaGSD will be hosting a Distinguished Lecture by Prof.Kenneth Frampton, co-supported by AsiaGSD and Design Dialogues. Prof. Kenneth Frampton will share his recent visit to China, as well as his thoughts and concerns on contemporary architecture in the emerging worlds. Following the lecture will be...
Occasioned by the opening of the Yale School of Architecture exhibtion, "Gwathmey Siegel: Inspiration & Transformation", Kenneth Frampton, (Ware Professor of Architecture, Graduate School of Architecture , Planning and Preservation at Columbia University) lectures on the architecture, innovation, process, and legacy of this acclaimed firm.
Kenneth Frampton was born in 1930 and trained as an architect at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London. He has worked as an architect and as an architectural historian and critic, and is now Ware Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, New...
Ware Professor of Architecture, Columbia University, New York.
"Architecture in the Age of Globalization."
Sponsored by the Department of Architecture and the Loeb Fellowship.
Lecture date: 2001-03-01
Kenneth Frampton returns to a seminar that he held in Jerusalem in 1996 concerning critical regionalism. He discusses and reflects upon the arguments of the leading protagonists who participated in this seminar: Alvaro Siza, Jean Nouvel, Patricia Patkan, Glenn Murcutt, Renzo Piano, and Enric Miralles.
A graduate of...
Lecture date: 1968-01-01
Kenneth Frampton’s lecture continues (starts in Part 2):
Kenneth Frampton quotes Le Corbusier’s “Revolution can be avoided through design.” He claims to be putting together a series of ideological identifications with decisions about expression and about aesthetic, and to say that one reflects the other: he argues...
Lecture date: 1968-01-01
Russell Walden: ‘Ronchamp Reconsidered’
Debate after von Moos’s lecture. Russell Walden is presented, he will give a talk under the title ‘Ronchamp Reconsidered.’ He is from New Zealand, teaches in Birmingham; he is an editor and a contributing author of the book ‘The Open Hand: Essays on...
Lecture date: 1996-02-20
Possibly the most singular aspect of the architecture of Jrn Utzon is his particular concern for the expressivity of structure and construction. Grounded in the tectonic line of the modern movement, his work can be seen as part of a continuous development extending from Auguste Perret to...
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We caught up with Kenneth Frampton earlier this week at the event to announce the finalists of the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) in Santiago, Chile. Beyond asking him about the MCHAP jury's selection process, we took a moment to ask...
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 2:00pm
Introduction by Jeffrey Inaba
Toyo Ito, Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects
Kazuyo Sejima, S A N A A
Sou Fujimoto, Sou Fujimoto Architects
Akihisa Hirata, Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office
Junya Ishigami, Junya Ishigami + Associates
Kenneth Frampton, Ware Professor of Architecture, Columbia GSAPP
Jeffrey Inaba, Adjunct Associate Professor, Columbia GSAPP
Álvaro Siza Vieira
Introduced by Barry Bergdoll and Kenneth Frampton; Moderated by Pedro Gadanho
Recorded: June 18, 2013
Álvaro Siza Vieira is the most important and influential Portuguese architect of our time. His work has been internationally recognized for more than five decades for its coherent and thoughtful response to both site...
Introduction: Deepa Ramaswamy
Moderator: Felicity Scott
Panelists: Kenneth Frampton, Michael McKinnell, Robert Goodman
This panel will focus on the group’s interest in the city as a space for political action and theoretical speculation. From the very first meetings, we find notes on the politics of architecture, the city and its mobile and...