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Social Equity and Engagement

Acts of Repair: Seven Conversations on Architectural Reconstructions and Reparations

Read about this spring's Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium (April 16 and 20) reflecting Visiting Critic Paulo Tavares' and guest alum Sean Anderson's shared vision for a generative, open platform inviting different voices and thoughts on actionable possibilities for a spatial approach to reparations and restorative justice.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium: Acts of Repair, April 16 & April 20

Register for the spring 2021 Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium, a series of conversations on the restorative dimensions of architecture among practitioners across design, landscape, arts, curation, pedagogy, and advocacy. Speakers include Mabel O. Wilson, Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99), Amanda Williams (B.Arch. '97), and many others.

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Creative and Critical Practices

Who for Whom: Florian Idenburg on SO-IL's Approach to Design Practice

Ahead of his April 12 lecture titled Lines, Idenburg discusses how architecture can and must respond to shifting global conditions.

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Social Equity and Engagement

Catherine Opie on Bearing Witness

Catherine Opie shares thoughts on new work and photographic practice as a way of looking at the world and reflecting on the current moment.

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Urbanism and Development

What the U.S. Can Learn From China's Infatuation With Infrastructure

Associate professor and historian of city planning Thomas J. Campanella lends his perspective to a Wall Street Journal article on Beijing's building boom and the U.S.'s "China envy."

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A collage of historical and contemporary artifacts as part of the Acts of Repair mural.
Social Equity and Engagement

Acts of Repair: Seven Conversations on Architectural Reconstructions and Reparations

Read about this spring's Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium (April 16 and 20) reflecting Visiting Critic Paulo Tavares' and guest alum Sean Anderson's shared vision for a generative, open platform inviting different voices and thoughts on actionable possibilities for a spatial approach to reparations and restorative justice.

image of a grey and yellow building facade
Creative and Critical Practices

Who for Whom: Florian Idenburg on SO-IL's Approach to Design Practice

Ahead of his April 12 lecture titled Lines, Idenburg discusses how architecture can and must respond to shifting global conditions.

A red girder-and-cable bridge spans a deep canyon and a river.
Urbanism and Development

What the U.S. Can Learn From China's Infatuation With Infrastructure

Associate professor and historian of city planning Thomas J. Campanella lends his perspective to a Wall Street Journal article on Beijing's building boom and the U.S.'s "China envy."

A collage of square headshots.
Social Equity and Engagement

Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium: Acts of Repair, April 16 & April 20

Register for the spring 2021 Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium, a series of conversations on the restorative dimensions of architecture among practitioners across design, landscape, arts, curation, pedagogy, and advocacy. Speakers include Mabel O. Wilson, Sekou Cooke (B.Arch. '99), Amanda Williams (B.Arch. '97), and many others.

A sunset over a body of water.
Social Equity and Engagement

Catherine Opie on Bearing Witness

Catherine Opie shares thoughts on new work and photographic practice as a way of looking at the world and reflecting on the current moment.

people sitting at a distance on a structure outside
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