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Bulthaup spring lecture series launches next Wednesday


January 5, 2010
by Canadian Architect

The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto has announced the 2010 spring lineup for the Bulthaup lectures series. The dates and details are as follows:

 

Wednesday, January 13

Hitoshi Abe of the University of California Los Angeles and Atelier Hitoshi Abe (Los Angeles)

Four Issues of Building I am Interested In

 

Tuesday, January 19

Sebastian Schmaling of Johnsen Schmaling Architects (Milwaukee)

Restraining Order

 

Tuesday, January 26

Mitchell Joachim, Frank Gehry International Visiting Chair in Architectural Design, of Columbia University and Terreform ONE (New York)

Future Carborexic Cities

 

Wednesday, February 3

Michelle Addington of Yale University

Energy Sub-Structure, Supra-Structure, Infra-Structure

 

Tuesday, February 9

Finn Geipel of Technische Universität Berlin and LIN (Berlin/Paris)

Adapting City

 

Tuesday, February 23

The Living (David Benjamin & Soo-in Yang)

Now We See Now

 

Friday, February 26

Philippe Rahm of Philippe Rahm Architects (Paris/Lausanne)

Architecture Therapeutics Aesthetics

Lecture time to be announced

 

Monday, March 1

Dirk Sijmons, Michael Hough/Ontario Association of Landscape Architects Visiting Critic, Delft University of Technology and H+N+S Landscape Architects (Utrecht)

The City and the World

 

Tuesday, March 9

Luis Callejas of Paisajes Emergentes (Medellin)

Projects, Competitions and Methods

 

All lectures begin at 6:30pm in Room 103, 230 College Street in Toronto – unless otherwise noted.

 

For more information, please visit www.daniels.utoronto.ca/events/lecture_series/5022



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