What does architecture do in a world in which we are nowhere and everywhere at the same time? How can architecture make us at home in a world marked by the continual movement of goods, people, and ideas? Certainly by moving beyond the stand-alone, monumental building. In this lecture, Aaron Betsky will survey how not just architects, but makers of various kinds are rethinking, reusing, and opening up our world.
Aaron BETSKY, “Architecture in the Floating World”
5.30–7.00 pm / Christopher Ingold Auditorium
The Bartlett School of Design
UCL Chemistry Building
20 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AJ