|Dialogue With Design Legends: Architects Peter Eisenman And Greg Lynn Exchange Views|
|Saturday, 18 October 2008 08:24|
Where: 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Ave at 92nd Street, New York.
Conversation moderated by author and curator Kurt Forster.
One of the most influential architects of our time, PETER EISENMAN is known for his pure and sensual designs and his belief that architecture is an autonomous art. Founder of the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, and author and co-author of numerous books and articles, he works from his New York-based Eisenman Architects.
GREG LYNN uses computer-aided design to create sculptural, biomorphic structures. His interest in digital fabrication, calculus and what he terms “blob architecture” have put the architect-theorist at the forefront of architectural discourse.
Influential theorist KURT FORSTER is the founder of the Getty Research Center and the Canadian Center for Architecture in Montreal. He has published widely and has curated groundbreaking shows, such as those on Herzog & de Meuron in Montreal and on Schinkel in Chicago.
Tickets $27/Student tickets at $10 one hour before event
www.92Y.org or 212.415.5500
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