architecture, slocum, aesthetic culture, landscape architecture, denari, SCI-ARC, Yale, spatial, pattern
Architecture Spring 2014 Lecture - February 28, 2014 at Slocum Hall. Brennan Buck is a principal at Freeland Buck in NYC and a Critic at the Yale School of Architecture. His writing and editing focuses on technology within the discipline an its associated aesthetic culture. He has practiced architecture and landscape architecture at offices including New M. Denari Architects and Johnston Marklee & Associates in Lose Angeles. Freeland Buck is affiliated with Yale University and SCI-ARC. The office focuses on the spatial, atmospheric and structural potential of computational pattern.
Buck, Bennan, "Brennan Buck" (2014). School of Architecture - All Scholarship. 169.
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