RoadTrip! – Carnegie Mellon University Fall 2015 Architecture Lecture Series

Ah, Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture. Just a quick trip from Cleveland to the land where smoking in bars is legal but you can’t buy beer at a grocery store. I always enjoy going to Carnegie Mellon. They have a beautiful campus that is much easier and less stressful to navigate (or find your spouse in) than the “local” Ikea. No poster this year (I guess) but a handy list instead with links and info.

Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture

Our lecture series, symposia and festivals animate the school by welcoming unique perspectives, emerging thinkers, and practitioners across disciplines.

Lectures expose students to the bleeding edge of innovation in the profession, but exposure isn’t the final frontier: many of our visiting lecturers spend the afternoon in studio or join reviews, further energizing the SoA’s culture of inquiry and collaboration.

Except where noted, all lectures are free and open to the public.

FALL 2015 Lecture Series

José Oubrerie

Architecture with and without Le Corbusier
M September 21  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

Marco Poletto

Urbansphere vs Biosphere
M October 5  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

Peter Calthorpe

Global Sprawl: Types and Antidotes
M October 12  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

Mark Pasnik

Form and Format
M October 26  |  6:30pm  |  Carnegie Museum of Art Theater

Neil Denari

Persuasion as Explanation
M November 2  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

Christina Ciardullo

The Overview Effect: A Brief History of Time, Space and Architecture
M November 9  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

Pierre Bélanger

M November 16  |  6:30pm  |  Kresge Theatre

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