UW Department of Architecture Lecture Series

The Department of Architecture sponsors a quarterly lecture series with invited lecturers from all over the world. Check this page often for dates for upcoming lecture events.  All lectures are free and open to the public. Scroll down for links to videos of our department lectures over the past few years.

All department lectures will be held at 6pm in Architecture Hall, Room 147.  Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

Spring 2018 Lectures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 4
Lap Chi Kwong & Alison Von Glinow, Chicago
Enjoy Architecture
Kwong Von Glinow Design Office
www.kwongvonglinow.com

April 11
Mahlum Endowed Lecture
Lola Sheppard, Waterloo
Architecture, Geography and Environment
University of Waterloo/ Lateral Office
http://lateraloffice.com

May 2
ScanDesign Lecture
Christina Strand, Copenhagen
Building on a Strong Danish Design Tradition – Stories & Examples
http://www.strand-hvass.com

May 9
Javier Sanchez & Robert Hutchison, Mexico City & Seattle
Architecture as Practice / Architecture as Life
http://www.jsa.com.mx
http://robhutcharch.com

Winter 2018 

January 17
Gundula Proksch. Seattle/UW
Creating Urban Agricultural Systems: An Integrated Approach to Design

February 7

Amale Andraos
New York, Columbia University/WORKac
We’ll Get There When We Cross That Bridge
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amale_Andraos
http://work.ac

February 28

Yumi Kori  I Tokyo/Osaka, Studio Myu
Between Art and Architecture
http://www.studio-myu.com/art/
http://www.studio-myu.com/en/index.html

March 7

Sharon Sutton
New York, UW/Columbia/Parsons
When Ivory Towers Were Black:  Lessons in Re-Imagining Universities and Communities

All lectures will be held in Architecture Hall 147 at 6:00 pm. They are free and open to the public. For more information see http://arch.be.washington.edu/
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.

Autumn 2017

October 4
EB Min
Min/Day, San Francisco
http://minday.com/

NAC Lecture: October 11
Kulapat Yantrasast, wHY, Culver City, CA
http://why-site.com

October 18
James Carpenter I JCDA, New York, NY
http://www.jcdainc.com

November 8
Barry Onouye Lecture
Mark West I C.A.S.T., Winnipeg
https://fabricform.wordpress.com/about/mark-west/

Spring 2017

WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH

TOYOMA KATO | Tendo Mokko
Tendo Mokko: Crafting Wood for the 21st Century

WEDNESDAY 12 APRIL

NNAMDI ELLEH, PHD | University of Cincinnati
What is the Role of the Late 18th Century Civic and Public Emancipation Spaces in the Cities of Our Time?

WEDNESDAY 19

APRIL BLAIR SATTERFIELD AND MARC SWACKHAMER | HouMinn Practice
HouMinn (Re)Production

WEDNESDAY 24 MAY

DAN STUBBERGAARD | COBE, Copenhagen
Our Urban Living Room

Winter 2017

WEDNESDAY 18 JANUARY

WILLIAM O’BRIEN JR. | WOJR Organization for Architecture
“Room for Artifacts”

WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY

DANIEL C HAYDEN | DISSING+WEITLING architecture a/s, Copenhagen
“DISSING+WEITLING architecture”

WEDNESDAY 8 FEBRUARY

ERLING CHRISTOFFERSEN | MØBELARKITEKT, Holbæk, Denmark
“Furniture: structure – material – function”

WEDNESDAY 1 MARCH

STEVE BADANES | University of Washington, Seattle
“Speak of the Devil”

Autumn 2016

WEDNESDAY 12 OCTOBER

David Dowell, AIA
Partner: el dorado, inc . architects. Kansas City, MO
“el dorado inc: WORK!!!”

WEDNESDAY 19 OCTOBER

Lorcan O’Herlihy , FAIA
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Los Angeles, CA
“Amplified Urbanism”

WEDNESDAY 2 NOVEMBER

John Ochsendorf (Onouye Endowed Chair, 2016 – 2017)
Professor of Architecture and Engineering, MIT
Cambridge, MA
Partner: Ochsendorf, DeJong and Block
“The Search for Form”

WEDNESDAY 16 NOVEMBER

Christina and Rob Wallace
San Francisco, CA
Presidio Trust
“Lessons from the Presidio of San Francisco: Preservation and Adaptive Reuse”

Spring 2016
KENGO KUMA, April 13-14
TINA CHRISTENSEN, April 27
KEITH EGGENER, May 4
SINUS LYNGE & TUE HESSELBERG FOGED, May 11