Density: Through Thick and Thin, North America
architecture, symposium, density, north america, syracuse, michael dennis, roger sherman
The undergraduate program presents “Density: Through Thick and Thin,” a 3-part series of discussions on resurging issues about urban density in the 21st century.
As we face pressures of global population explosion, measurable and alarming ecological stress and related urbanization, as well as projected food and clean water shortages, the symposia offer an arena to discuss the current and near future status of the fundamental quality of built environments.
Part One: North America
Professor, MIT; Principal, Michael Dennis & Associates
Senior Architect, Gensler, Los Angeles; Adjunct Professor, UCLA AUD; Visiting critic, Syracuse Architecture
Francisco Sanin, moderator
Professor, Syracuse Architecture
Sponsored by the Syracuse Architecture undergraduate program, Associate Professor Lawrence Davis, Chair; Curated by Associate Professor Elizabeth Kamell and Assistant Professor Tarek Rakha
Davis, Lawrence; Kamell, Elizabeth; and Rakha, Tarek, "Density: Through Thick and Thin, North America" (2016). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 151.
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