Here's a handful of lectures happening between now and the end of the month.
Saturday, October 18
Debating Density: Theory and Practice
2:30pm @ Tishman Auditorium, The New School: 66 West 12th

Wednesday, October 22
2008 Rosenblatt Lecture: Tod Williams and Billie Tsien
6pm @ The Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place

Thursday, October 23
Peter Eisenman and Greg Lynn, moderated by Kurt Forster
8:30pm @ the 92nd Street Y

Tuesday, October 28
Current Work: Snøhetta Craig Dykers
7pm @ The Great Hall at The Cooper Union, 7 East 7th Street

Tuesday, October 28
Book Launch and Presentation: Growing Greener Cities: Urban Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century
6:30pm @ The Municipal Art Society, 457 Madison Avenue


  1. Would any of those be recorded and published?

  2. People in other cities might also be interested in this listing of architecture lectures http://archinect.com/lectureposters/

  3. Coming from Belgium where there is still some very old beautiful architecture left, we moved to Canada 4 years ago. Everything is so new here and I don't know, it sometimes seems there is no story to tell in the brand new buildings, no personality. My husband and I really miss the historic buildings from Belgium. We lived in Leuven for 5 years and man... we were surrounded with architecture and culture. Don't get me wrong... I do like modern styles too and I enjoy looking at buildings but sometimes I don't understand why they put the new buildings up in an older part of a city and then slowly demolish all the older buildings around it. Don't they have a story to tell? But anyway I guess has to grow too and maybe within a few decades these modern blogs might be history. I would like to know in what kind of housing we will be living in the next years....



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