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  • K. Michael HAYS, ed., Oppositions Reader.
    1998

    In its 11-year history, Oppositions, the journal of the New York-based Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (IAUS), set the agenda, introduced key players and published seminal pieces on the theorization of architecture in the late 20th century. This text collects essays from 26 issues of Oppositions. Contributions from architects, theorists and historians such as Aldo Rossi, Alan Colquhom, Leon Krier, and Denise Scott Brown, amongst others, are included.

  • jesse REISER
    ann arbor MICHIGAN

    Michael Hays is Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Co-Director of Doctoral Programs (PhD & DDes). Hays has played a central role in the development of architectural theory in North America and his work is internationally known. His research and scholarship have to date focused on the areas of European modernism and critical theory as well as on theoretical issues in contemporary architectural practice. . . .

    k. michael HAYS, “Architecture and Its Own: From Aesthetics to Ontology”
    Monday, 10/22
    6.00 pm / A+A Auditorium (Rm 2104)
    Art + Architecture Building
    A. Alfred Taubman College of A+UP
    University of Michigan
    2000 Bonisteel Boulevard
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109

  • TAYLOR, HAYS, HEJDUK, HOLL, BRITTON, & WILLIAMSON
    new york NEW YORK

    Join Mark C. Taylor, K. Michael Hays, Renata Hejduk, Steven Holl, Karla Britton, and Jim Williamson for a discussion about space, the sacred, and imagination. The discussion stems from the recent publication of The Religious Imagination in Modern and Contemporary Architecture: A Reader (eds. Renata Hejduk and Jim Williamson) and Constructing the Ineffable: Contemporary Sacred Architecture (ed. Karla Britton).

    mark c. TAYLOR, k. michael HAYS, renata HEJDUK, steven HOLL, karla BRITTON, & jim WILLIAMSON
    Tuesday, 02/21
    6.00 pm / AAP NYC, 50 W. 17th Street, New York City
    Cornell University College of Architecture
    Cosponsored by Yale University