Contextual Flux: Material Trajectories
architecture, material, baarqs
Syracuse University School of Architecture Spring 2015 Lecture Series: "Contextual Flux: Material Trajectories" by Guillermo Banchini on January 22, 2015 at Slocum Hall
Banchini, Guillermo, "Contextual Flux: Material Trajectories" (2015). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 108.
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Guillermo Banchini teaches design studios at Pratt and at the National University of Rosario, Argentina. His goals can be described as an attempt to deal with architectural organizations capable of acquiring a rather unseen degree of material performance. He also intends to propose new proto instrumental and highly sensitive material orders akin to the complexity and sophistication of contemporary life.
Education: Sci-arc, Los Angeles , CA. USA. Master of Architecture, MR+D 2002; National University of Rosario, Argentina – School of architecture, planning and design - Architect, 1994.