Lecture: What Is Green Architecture? - A Talk by Jürgen Mayer H. Print
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Lecture + Dialog
02/07/08
7:00pm
Goethe-Institut New York
1014 Fifth Avenue@83rd Street
New York, NY 10028
English
Free admission. No reservations required.
212-439-8700

The Goethe-Institut New York launches What Is Green Architecture?, a new series of conversations, lectures and events exploring the cutting-edge developments in the field and their impact on contemporary life as well as implications for the future. The series will debut with a talk by noted Berlin-based architect Jürgen Mayer H., followed by a conversation with Andres Lepik.

What Is Green Architecture? series curator and moderator Dr. Andres Lepik studied art history and german literature at universities in Augsburg and Munich, earning his Ph. D. in Rome on Architectural Models in the Renaissance. He has curated noted architecture exhibitions in the United States, Europe and elsewhere in the world, including Mies in Berlin at The Museum of Modern Art and solo shows highlighting the work of Renzo Piano, Rem Koolhaas and Oswald Mathias Ungers at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. He is currently a curator in the Art & Design Department of The Museum of Modern Art, as well as author of numerous articles, reviews and books.

Future events planned in the What Is Green Architecture? series this spring include conversations with Matthias Schuler (www.transsolar.com) on April 1, Christoph Ingenhoven (www.ingenhovenarchitekten.eu) on May 19, and Matthias Sauerbruch (www.sauerbruchhutton.com) on June 16. 

 The Goethe-Institut New York


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