ArchitectsAlejandro Zaera-Polo

Paradigm Shifts – Part 2

Lecture date: 1999-12-09 Emerging paradigms in architecture reflect the shift in science from determinism to the complexity model and a new understanding of the universe...

Debating Fundamentals: Probing the Autopoiesis of Architecture – Part 8 – Alejandro Zaera Polo

Lecture date: 2011-03-11 AA Symposium Participants: Patrik Schumacher, Jeff Kipnis, Lars Spuybroek, Charles Jencks, Eric Owen Moss, Wolf D Prix, Alejandro Zaera Polo, Mark Wigley, Marc...

Foreign Office Architects – Recent Work

Lecture date: 1995-06-05 Foreign Office Architects was founded by Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaera Polo in 1992. source UCfE4Y-61_QO-JYg0WnT0n6Q

Book: Bernard Tschumi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo in Conversation

Thursday, November 29, 2012 Wood Auditorium Book: Bernard Tschumi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo in Conversation Conversation and launch for Bernard Tschumi: Architecture Concepts: Red is Not a Color...

The Building (Part 3)

Conference Saturday, November 15, 2014 9:30am Wood Auditorium Ever since the theoretical turn of the 1960s, right through to the present, the status of the architectural object...

Foreign Office Architects – Current Work

Lecture date: 2001-10-22 Foreign Office Architects was founded by Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaera Polo in 1992. Until 2000 they were Diploma Unit Masters at...

Alejandro Zaera-Polo – The Sniper’s Log: Architectural Chronicles of Generation X

Lecture date: 2012-03-16 Hosted by Mark Cousins This compilation of texts written since 1986 reveals a parallel activity to Alejandro Zaera-Polo’s professional life. The book is...

Mark Garcia – The Future of the Diagrams of Architecture – Part 2

Lecture date: 2010-03-05 An afternoon symposium entitled ‘The Future of The Diagrams of Architecture’ launching the publication ‘The Diagrams of Architecture’ with contributions from Mark...

Alejandro Zaera-Polo (November 19, 2009)

Alejandro Zaera-Polo’s describes the envelope as the most important element of his architecture because it links technology, representation and politics. The envelope is more...