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"We Don't Need Any More Buildings" | ArchiLectures | 20.11.19

November 2, 2019

 

Visiting Professors invited by the School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering open their classes for the ARCHILECTURES series, a program of fifteen talks on their work, their thinking and their research. 

 

Open Lecture by professor Richard Ingersoll: "We Don't Need Any More Buildings"  |  PoliMi | 20.11.2019

 

https://www.dastu.polimi.it/en/richard-joseph-ingersoll/

 

Richard Joseph Ingersoll: We don’t need any more buildings
Relatore: Carles Muro
#ScuolaAUIC #Dastu 20/11/2019, h. 16:15 – 19:15 / AULA 2.0.2
Politecnico di Milano, P.zza Leonardo da Vinci 32, Edificio 2, Milano

 

Richard Ingersoll, Ph.D è nato in California e si è formato presso la UC Berkeley. È stato professore di ruolo presso la Rice University nel 1986/87, ha insegnato presso la ETH di Zurigo, l’Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, e la Syracuse University a Firenze. È stato redattore fondatore del Design Book Review dal 1983 al 1997 e scrive su Domus, Arquitectura Viva, e C3. I suoi libri più recenti includono Mapping Sprawl. A Critique of Graphic Methods of Urban Analysis in collaborazione Arian Heidari Afshari, 2018, World Architecture. A Cross-cultural History, 2013, Sprawltown. Looking for the city on its edges, 2006.

 

Discussant: Marco Bovati e Arian Afshari

 

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