Here on Archinect we recently launched "Get Lectured", where we'll feature a school's lecture series--along with their snazzy posters--for the current season. UPDATE: We've begun adding international schools!
Although the Fall '13 term will wrap up soon for many schools, we'll still post some select posters and lecture series worth checking out.
Our featured poster of the day comes from the Princeton University School of Architecture. The "Rarefied" series still has two more lectures for the fall term. Each Wednesday session will present debates between speakers, Princeton SoA faculty, and select graduate students as they discuss different modalities of "Rarefied" architecture -- described in the shortened summary below:
"Princeton School of Architecture will hold a series of lectures and public debates about the aesthetics of the Rarefied: what is the architecture that grows in a resource-depleted environment? Rarefied aims to capture an environment, an atmosphere of asphyxia which surrounds a practice driven by the lack of financial credit and natural resources. Which are the practices and the aesthetics that will succeed these decades of excess, and the architecture that results from them?"
Want to share your school's lecture series? Send us your school's lecture series poster and details to email@example.com.
Lectures take place at 6 p.m. in room N107, Architecture Building. Each lecture will also have a Live Stream here.
September 25 - Ephemeral
Markus Bader / Raumlabor, Berlin
October 2 - Rough
Simon Frommenwiler & Simon Hartmann / HHF Architects, Basel
October 9 - Automatic
Fabio Gramazio / Gramazio & Kohler, Zurich
October 16 - Ordinary
Andrés Jaque / Andrés Jaque Architects and Office For Political Innovation, Madrid
October 23 - Cheap
Santiago Cirugeda Parejo / Recetas Urbanas, Seville
November 6 - Shared
Indy Johar / 00:/, London
November 13 - Raw
Jean-Philippe Vassal / Lacaton & Vassal Architects, Paris
November 20 - Generic
Kersten Geers & David Van Severen / Office KGDVS, Brussels
December 4 - Scarce
Alfredo Brillembourg & Hubert Klumpner / Urban-Think Tank, Zürich & New York City
For more info, visit soa.princeton.edu.