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A Lecture by Nader Tehrani, Founding Principal of NADAAA, Dean of Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York
This lecture speaks to the longue durée of architecture, and how we might become relevant to an age beyond that in which we live. In part, this is a commitment to a future that outlasts the problems we seek to solve today, but also it seeks to speak to discourses that precede us and produce conversations across history. In this capacity, we may even realize that what we do today may seem out of synch with our times, but temporally in focus with a larger discursive ambition.
About the Speaker
For his contributions to architecture as an art, Nader Tehrani is the recipient of the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ 2020 Arnold W. Brunner Memorial Prize. He is founding principal of NADAAA and Dean of the Cooper Union’s Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture. His research focuses on the transformation of the building industry, innovative material applications, and the development of new means and methods of construction, especially through digital fabrication. Tehrani’s work has received many prestigious awards, including the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award, and 18 Progressive Architecture Awards. Prior to becoming Dean at the Cooper Union, he taught at Rhode Island School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Link to Event
https://tinyurl.com/vv4jcajy - Meeting ID: 921 1266 7815 - Passcode: 406535