September 16, 2013

Fall 2013 Annex Lecture Series

Boston, MA – September 16, 2013 – 

What:    Fall 2013 Annex Lecture Series: Re-use

When:   Mondays from September 16 – November 12, 5:00 p.m.

Where:  Wentworth Institute of Technology, Blount Auditorium

Information:  The College of Architecture, Design, and Construction Management is hosting a series of lectures from professionals in the architecture, design, and construction management fields, with the intention of bridging the disciplinary gaps between academic programs.

This year’s theme for the lecture series is “re-use,” which the speakers will present on through the lens of their respective fields.  In addition to the lecture series, the college is also holding “Food-for-Thought” talks every Friday at noon, where Wentworth professors present on a topic of their choosing.

The schedule and topics are as follows:

September 16: Constructing Renzo Piano’s Harvard Art Museums

Presented by: Jim Craft, project manager, Skanska USA

September 23: On the Outskirts of Architecture: Adaptive Reuse

Presented by: Henry Moss, principal, Bruner/Cott Architects

October 7: Re-purposing Rudolph

Presented by: Bob Miklos, founder, designLAB Architects

October 21: Building Commissioning

Presented by: Anand Seth, principal, and Mike Eardley, vice president, Cannon Design

October 22: Food for Thought Navigating Through-isms

Presented by: Nick Ortolino, assistant professor of industrial design, Wentworth

October 28: Residential Work

Presented by: Meichi Peng, principal, Meichi Peng Studio

November 4: SsD Works Again

Presented by: Jinhee Park, principal, SsD

November 12: Food for Thought – Good Architects Borrow, Great Architects Steal

Presented by: Mark Neveu, associate professor of architecture, Wentworth

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