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Lecture by Dan Wood of WORKac, New York

Thursday, October 4   6:00 pm

Dan Wood is principal and co-founder of WORKac, a New York City-based firm developing architectural and urban planning projects that engage issues of culture and consciousness, nature and artifice, surrealism and pragmatism. The firm’s practice extends from the United States, to Russia, and China, and its buildings and projects have been published internationally. WORKac has received numerous awards including several AIA merit awards and the 2010 New York Design Commission award.

Placing: Portland State University Department of Architecture’s 2012-2013 Lecture Series

“Architects create places, not spaces.” Once challenging, this assertion has become commonplace for architecture practitioners, students and teachers. In Portland State University Department of Architecture’s 2012-2013 lecture series, titled “Placing,” six internationally renowned presenters from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, art, anthropology and planning will discuss the ways in which the active processes of siting, locating, positioning and placing things and people in the world are conceived and embodied in their work.

www.pdx.edu/architecture

 

 

 

Location:
Shattuck Hall Annex SW Broadway and SW Hall Street PSU School of Architecture
Cost:
Free