Paul Rudolph Hall
180 York Street.
New Haven, CT
The School of Architercture fall lecture series is suported in part by Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown, the Mryiam Bellazoug Memoiral Lectureship Fund; and the George Morris Woodruff, Class of 1857 Memorial Lectureship Fund
This exhibition assembles recent urban research and speculative design work by the research-based architectural practice RVTR. It undertakes a study of the Great Lakes Megaregion through geographic, statistical, and cartographic analysis and proposes a rethinking of infrastructural systems in light of new mobility, renewable energy, and urban growth. Set within this context of transformation, the exhibition projects possible urban and architectural futures that envision new public domains.
This exhibition curated by Greg Lynn, marks the second phase of the research project by the Canadian Centre for Architecture initiated with the 2013 exhibition Archaeology for the Digital. Featuring work by Asymptote, Karl Chu, Bernard Cache, dECOi Architects, ONL, and NOX, the exhibition continues to examine architecture’s engagement with digital technologies from the 1990s to the early 2000s. The six projects presented range from the design of buildings to the design of interactive media, interactive robotic mechanisms, drafting machines based on the Catastrophe theory, generative algorithms, and the writing of disciplinary and cultural theories
Eeero Saarinen Visiting Professors Thursday, Aug. 28 “Once More with Feeling”
Eeero Saarinen Visiting Professors Thursday, Aug. 28 "Once More with Feeling”
George Morris Woodruff, Class of 1857, Memoiral LectureThursday. Sept. 11“Suspending Modernity: The Architecture of Franco Albini”
Brendan Gill LectureThursday, Oct. 9 “Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Archiecture”
Vincent ScullyVisiting Professor of Architectural HistoryThursday, Oct. 30 “Manipulating Models”
William B. and Charlotte Shepherd Davenport Visiting Professors Thursday, Nov. 6“A Deliberate Architecture”
Myriam BellazougMemorial LectureThursday, Nov. 13“Design Risk: Design Reward”
Norman R. FosterVisiting ProfessorThursday, Nov. 20“Recent Work”