William JR Curtis. CAPLA Cultures of Place Lecture Series 2018-19
The third in the "Cultures of Place" lecture series presented by the University of Arizona's School of Architecture, William Curtis presents, "Abstraction and Light: A Meditation on the Alhambra."
The 2018-2019 School of Architecture Lecture Series will train attention on the ways we define “place”. Experience of place springs simultaneously from sensual perception of the environment and our ecological habitat and from the cultural constructions of our social milieu, including cultures of building and making. “Place” may occur for us in nature, in the city, or in our professional lives. Join us for a thorough examination of the places each of us inhabits, the cultures that condition and interpret them, and the role architecture can play as a lens onto our world and a portal to the future.
Rec by E. Guerrero
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