Spring 2013 Lecture Series
The Spring 2013 Lecture Series at the College of Architecture and Design
(CoAD) at NJIT started on February 18 with Kathryn Dean’s talk. This semester, the series will feature Jonathan Massey, Nataly Gattegno + Jason Johnson, Tony & Margaret Santos, Ken Greenberg, Alan Organschi, and Axel Schmitzberger as keynote speakers. It will conclude on April 18 with an AIA-endowed lecture by Will Bruder, which is also a part of the annual Design Showcase
event. As part of the series, on March 6, CoAD will host a Spring Symposium on “Distributed Intelligence” sponsored by AIANJ. This symposium was originally planned for Fall 2012 and was rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy. All lectures take place on Mondays at 5:30 in Weston Lecture Hall unless otherwise noted, and are free and open to public.
Kathryn Dean, R.A., Director, Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design, Washington University in St. Louis; Partner, Dean/Wolf Architects
Jonathan Massey, Ph.D., Professor, Syracuse University School of Architecture, Syracuse, NY
“Managing Risk from Fuller to Foster”
Nataly Gattegno + Jason Johnson, Principals, Future Cities Lab, San Francisco, CA
AIANJ-sponsored Fall Symposium
4:00pm – 8:00pm
Tony & Margaret Santos, Professor and Adjunct Faculty, CoAD at NJIT
“New Portuguese Architecture”
Alan Organschi, Principal, Gray Organschi Architecture; Lecturer, Yale School of Architecture
“Failure, Error, Misapprehension, Slop”
Axel Schmitzberger, D.I., Assistant Professor, College of Environmental Design, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA
“An Alchemical Index"
Ken Greenberg, Principal, Greenberg Consultants Inc. Toronto, ON
“City Building: A New Convergence”
Will Bruder, FAIA, Will Bruder Architects, Phoenix, Arizona
AIA-endowed Lecture / Design Showcase 2013
Fall 2012 Lecture Series
Spring 2012 Lecture Series
Zeynep Çelik, distinguished professor of architecture who holds appointments in NJIT's New Jersey School of Architecture and Federated Department of History, was recently honored by Turkey's Bosphorus University and the Vehbi Koç Foundation for her work in architectural and cultural history.