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Raj Rewal – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Raj Rewal – Bartlett International Lecture Series

22 October 2014

Cultural memory is an important part of Raj Rewal's architectural upbringing. His extensive travel across India and the curation of the 1986 Paris exhibition Traditional Architecture in India, where he surveyed a large number of Indian monuments including the Stepwells of Gujarat, are secular monuments and urban spaces that ...
Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

27 October 2014

As a wordplay variation on the term semiotics, this lecture will endeavor to draw out and explain the various sign and language systems that operate in the work of Neil M. Denari Architects. Especially in a world where media dominate everyday forms of not only communication, but experience itself, it ...
Emmanuel Petit – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Emmanuel Petit – Bartlett International Lecture Series

05 November 2014

Two types of spatiality are endemic to modernity – one "expansive" (gridded) and one  "involutional" (spherical). The former became the foundation of the hegemonic historiographies of modern architecture based on the integrative openness of ...