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  • Young & Ayata with Emmanuel OSORNO, "Still Life Object after Pieter Claesz."
    columbus OHIO

    Michael Young delivers the lecture “The Estranged Object” at The Ohio State University on Wednesday, April 2.

    lecture: Michael YOUNG (Young & Ayata), “The Estranged Object.”
    Wednesday, 04/02
    5.30 p.m. / Gui Auditorium, Knowlton Hall
    The Ohio State University
    Knowlton School of Architecture
    275 West Woodruff Ave.
    Columbus OH, 43210

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  • Peter TRUMMER.
    columbus OHIO

    Peter Trummer will present a lecture in Knowlton Hall’s Gui Auditorium at 5:30PM on Wednesday, September 18.

    lecture: Peter TRUMMER
    Wednesday, 09/18
    5.30 p.m. / Gui Auditorium, Knowlton Hall
    The Ohio State University
    Knowlton School of Architecture
    275 West Woodruff Ave.
    Columbus OH, 43210

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  • peter EISENMAN & jeffrey KIPNIS
    columbus OHIO

    This event will feature a conversation between Peter Eisenman and Jeffrey Kipnis regarding the Venice Biennale and Field of Dreams, the KSA’s entry into this year’s bi-annual exhibition featuring internationally-acclaimed architects and designers. The KSA team included Jeffrey Kipnis, Jose Oubrerie, Stephen Turk, and KSA graduate students. The team developed a model of Rome with interventions by Gregg Lynn, Stan Allen, Andrew Zago, Peter Eisenman, and Jose Oubrerie.

    peter EISENMAN & jeffrey KIPNIS, “The Venice Biennale”
    Tuesday, 11/13
    5.30 pm / Big Stairs, Knowlton Hall
    Knowlton School of Architecture
    275 West Woodruff Avenue
    Columbus OH, 43210

  • Next Nature : A Critique of Human Instrumentalism
    columbus OHIO

    The Ohio State University, Knowlton School of Architecture
    critic: lisa TILDER

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    megan danielle DIXON: As multiple coastal cities anticipate the future impact of rising sea levels, many seek to continue technological interventions as if to reverse the role these cities have had on climate change. Various strategies of migration, replacement and protection, or “riding it out” have been proposed for the imminent sea level rise. In relation to these concerns, Next Nature suggests a new strategy of “Evolution.”

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  • lecture: michael SPEAKS
    columbus OHIO

    michael SPEAKS / university of kentucky
    5:30 pm / knowlton 250
    february 24th
    michael speaks is professor of architecture and dean of the college of design at the university of kentucky. speaks is former director of the graduate program and founding director of the metropolitan research and design postgraduate program at the southern california institute of architecture in los angeles. he was also the founding editor of the cultural journal polygraph and a former editor at architecture new york and a+u (tokyo), and currently serves as a contributing editor for architectural record.

  • lecture:  jesse REISER
    columbus OHIO

    jesse REISER / reiser + umemoto
    5:30 pm / knowlton 250
    2009-2010 herbert baumer distinguished visiting professor lecture
    february 10th
    jesse REISER received his bachelor of architecture degree from the cooper union in new york and completed his master of architecture at the cranbrook academy of art. he was a fellow of the american academy in rome in 1985. jesse REISER is currently an associate professor of architecture at princeton university.  jesse REISER and nanako umemoto have practiced in new york city as reiser + umemoto rur architecture p.c. since 1986. reiser + umemoto, rur architecture p.c. an internationally recognized architectural firm that has built projects at a wide range of scales: from furniture design, to residential and commercial structures, up to the scale of landscape design and infrastructure.

  • events ROBERGE
    columbus OHIO

    heather ROBERGE / murmur
    5:30 pm / knowlton 250
    january 20th
    heather ROBERGE is a practicing architect and educator in los angeles. she is associate vice chair of the department of architecture at ucla, and is director of the undergraduate program in architectural studies. she teaches graduate courses in design and technology. formerly, as co-principal of gnuform, ms. ROBERGE explored an architecture of effective atmospheres through a vitalist-materialist model of practice.  murmur continues these investigations, with a special focus on the spatial, structural and atmospheric innovation made possible by emerging digital design and manufacturing techniques.