Fall Lecture Series : The Breath of Architectural Practice/Work
During the Fall 2020 semester, the School of Architecture and Planning will host four renowned architects as part of the Walton Critic Series.
Students will be exposed to four fundamentally different ways to practice architecture that move from envisioning a different future (Marshall Brown) to interdisciplinary/multiscale design (Suchi Reddy), corporate practice with poetics in mind (John Marx), and beautiful and inspiring work in the Third World (Jenni Reuter).
All lectures will be online.
2020 Walton Critic
Principal, Marshall Brown Projects
Director, Princeton Urban Imagination Center
Fall Lecture Series: Sanctuaries.
Monday, September 21, 5:00pm
JOHN MARX, AIA
Chief Artistic Officer, Form4 Architecture, San Francisco, CA.
Fall Lecture Series: The Absurdity of Beauty: Poetry in a Normative Practice.
Monday, October 5, 5:00pm
Associate Professor at Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
Fall Lecture Series: Equality Quality. Works by Hollmen Reuter Sandman Architects.
Monday, October 26, 5:00pm
SUCHI REDDY, AIA
Founder & Principal, Reddymade, New York City
Fall Lecture Series: Borderless.