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  • Reyner BANHAM, Theory and Design in the First Machine Age.
    1960

    First published in 1960, Theory and Design in the First Machine Age has become required reading in numerous courses on the history of modern architecture and is widely regarded as one of the definitive books on the modern movement. It has influenced a generation of students and critics interested in the formation of attitudes, themes, and forms which were characteristic of artists and architects working primarily in Europe between 1900 and 1930 under the compulsion of new technological developments in the first machine age.

  • Wrong Chairs
    buffalo NEW YORK

    The Peter Reyner Banham Exhibition hosted by the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning presents seven dining chairs by Thomas Kelley. Adapted from John Kassay’s drawings of 18th- and 19th-century Windsor chairs, the built set examines a medley of design what-not-to-do’s. Wrong Chairs pushes the visuality of illusions beyond basic trompe líoeil styling and toward a projective form of vision, or cunning sight, that embraces visual error as both intuition and method.

    Thomas KELLEY, “The Peter Reyner Banham Exhibition: Wrong Chairs”
    Friday, 04/12 (Opening; exhibition 04/08-05/08)
    5.30pm / Hayes Annex A, Room 1
    University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning

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  • Peter Reyner Banham Fellowship 2013–14
    buffalo NEW YORK

    Peter Reyner Banham spent his time in Buffalo engaged in a scholarly project on the imaginary of American industrial architecture that took the form of historical research, hands-on engagement and seminar instruction, resulting in his landmark work, A Concrete Atlantis. In celebration of Banham’s legacy of experimental criticism, the fellowship is intended to support the research and creative activity of emerging practitioners. . . .

    Applications due: 04/01

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