Roundtable: "Between the Autonomous and Contingent Object"
architecture, autonomy, contingency, syracuse, Brett Steele, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Amale Andraos
Throughout the ACSA conference small groups of educators—including several from Syracuse Architecture—will gather to debate for or against the argument that “there is an ‘in-between’ to the autonomous and contingent object.”
The conference concludes with a debate roundtable in the atrium of Slocum Hall featuring deans from four of the most influential architectural schools: Brett Steele, Director of the Architecture Association (AA) in London; Hernan Diaz Alonso of SCI-Arc in Los Angeles; and Amale Andraos, the new dean at Columbia University GSAPP. Syracuse Architecture dean Michael Speaks will moderate.
ACSA; Hubeli, Roger; and Larsen, Julie, "Roundtable: "Between the Autonomous and Contingent Object"" (2015). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 145.
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