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Virtual Public Lecture: John May, “Rules for the Electronic Zoo”

Virtual Public Lecture: John May, “Rules for the Electronic Zoo”

This is meant as a brief pause, amidst the gathering weight of pressing institutional deadlines and professional decisions, to reflect on the historical and...
Beyond the Harvard Box: Part 2

Beyond the Harvard Box: Part 2

The Early Works of Barnes, Franzen, Johansen, Lundy, Pei, and Rudolph Department of Architecture Panel DiscussionPart 2 sourceUCcA1don221rKq1EmbvQB27g
Virtual Screening and Conversation: Heinz Emigholz and Anselm Franke

Virtual Screening and Conversation: Heinz Emigholz and Anselm Franke

The GSD is pleased to present a live, online screening of Heinz Emigholz’s Goff in the Desert, a sweeping, cinematic meditation on 62 buildings...
"57/60 - Novacap and the Making of the Brasilia" Fares el-DahDah

"57/60 – Novacap and the Making of the Brasilia" Fares el-DahDah

Fares el-DahDah Associate Professor, School of Architecture, Rice University, Houston, Texas 57/60 - Novacap and the Making of the Brasilia 10/02/2007 sourceUCcA1don221rKq1EmbvQB27g
Virtual Public Lecture: David Moreno Mateos, “How ecosystems recover from ancient human impacts”

Virtual Public Lecture: David Moreno Mateos, “How ecosystems recover from ancient human impacts”

Major efforts are being implemented worldwide to restore ecosystems. However, the outcomes of restoration are uncertain. This uncertainty may be rooted in our lack...
Virtual Public Lecture: French 2D (Anda and Jenny French), “Together Again”

Virtual Public Lecture: French 2D (Anda and Jenny French), “Together Again”

In a time of physical separation, how can we reflect on a design practice whose focus is collectivity? With an eye to the not...
“Reflecting on Shinohara”: Kazuyo Sejima and Seng Kuan in Conversation

“Reflecting on Shinohara”: Kazuyo Sejima and Seng Kuan in Conversation

In conversation with Seng Kuan, Kazuyo Sejima of SANAA reflects on Shinohara Kazuo’s influence on her and her generation, especially on the formative years...
Work in Progress: Jiyun Jeong’s Arlington National Cemetery

Work in Progress: Jiyun Jeong’s Arlington National Cemetery

Jiyun Jeong (MLA '19) describes her final project for the option studio “Arlington National Cemetery: Engaging Hallowed Ground” led by Marty Poirier, fall 2018. sourceUCcA1don221rKq1EmbvQB27g
Virtual Public Lecture: David Joselit, “Heritage and Debt: Art in Globalization”

Virtual Public Lecture: David Joselit, “Heritage and Debt: Art in Globalization”

Globalization has generated a new model of regional museums of modern and contemporary art whose purpose, Joselit argues, is to develop an alternative to...
Aga Khan Program Lecture: Laleh Khalili

Aga Khan Program Lecture: Laleh Khalili

Excellent recent research on the politics of containerisation and the logic of logistics (Levinson; Cowen; Sekula) has shown how these new modalities of trade...