Lecture date: 2006-02-01
As a response to the conversation between Peter Eisenman and Rem Koolhaas at the AA two days earlier, Jeff Kipnis and Robert Somol present their own statements regarding the critical practices of Eisenman and Koolhaas.
Mark Cousins moderates a conversation between them on the issues raised by their...
Lecture date: 2014-01-23
DRL MArch Phase II Keynote Lecture
The lecture will reaffirm the existential project as the sine qua non of architecture's greatest value to the world and in passing will introduce one or two major advances to parametric design theory in honour of the DRL.
Jeffrey Kipnis is an architectural...
Jeffrey Kipnis is professor of architectural design and theory at the Knowlton School of Architecture of The Ohio State University. His writings on art and architecture have appeared in such publications as Log, Hunch, Harvard Design Magazine,Quaderns, 2, El Croquis, Art Forum, Assemblage, and his books include Choral Works:...
Lecture date: 2011-03-11
Participants: Patrik Schumacher, Jeff Kipnis, Lars Spuybroek, Charles Jencks, Eric Owen Moss, Wolf D Prix, Alejandro Zaera Polo, Mark Wigley, Marc Cousins, Brett Steele, Zaha Hadid
Organised by Patrik Schumacher
The debate will be guided by the issues raised in Patrik Schumacher's book The Autopoiesis of Architecture, which...
Lecture date: 1995-03-17
Michael Ellison - Introduction.
Marc Treib - Nature Recalled.
Jeff Kipnis - Revisiting the Building Landscape Threshold.
Q & A session with speakers chaired by James Corner.
Lecture date: 1994-05-06
From 'Architecture and Complexity' conference. During the late 1960s and early 1970s a call for greater complexity in architecture and urban design arose. Simultaneously, individual researchers in diverse areas of physics, chemistry, biology, economics, mathematics and computer science were formulating new approaches to problems previously considered either...
Lecture date: 1993-03-04
Dedicated to the memory of Robin Evans, 'The Politics of Space' conference was organized by Mark Cousins.
Jeff Kipnis argues that architects, in the belief that ideas, theories, motives or meanings could somehow be embodied in a building, have been too preoccupied with borrowing ideas from other disciplines...
Lecture date: 1995-06-06
Jeff Kipnis and Bahram Shirdel take turns to discuss the research and work of their practice.
Jeff Kipnis is a critic, theorist, curator, filmmaker, and a Professor at the Knowlton School of Architecture, Ohio State University, and was the founder and first Director of the AA Graduate Design...
Lecture date: 2011-02-25
Artist Talks Series
Jeff Kipnis is a familiar figure at the AA and he was awarded an Honorary AA Diploma in 2006. He is Professor of Architectural Design and Theory in the School of Architecture at Ohio State – a curator, filmmaker, designer, architectural critic and theoretician. Before...