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    SHoP Lecture

    Gregory Dowell
    Nov 7, '08 1:21 PM EST

    Today the CAP announced Gregg Pasquarelli of SHoP will be lecturing next Friday, November 14. Here's the announcement:

    Dear CAP Faculty and Students:

    The 2008 CAP Sappenfield Lecture will offer us a wonderful opportunity to hear from a designer and a design firm that have become extremely influential in our understanding of future opportunities for architects, landscape architects and urban planners. The nature of their work is truly multidisciplinary.

    Please join me next Friday @ 4:00pm in AB100 for our 2008 CAP Sappenfield Lecture.

    I look forward to see you.


    CAP Sappenfield Lecture 2008

    Friday, November 14th, 4:00PM

    Gregg Pasquarelli,

    SHoP Architects, NYC

    Gregg Pasquarelli:

    Gregg received a Master of Architecture from Columbia University (1994) where he graduated with Honors for Excellence in Design. Pasquarelli was named the Sarinen Professor of Architecture at Yale University in Fall 2006, served as the Shure Professor of Architecture at The University of Virginia during the Fall of 2003, and was an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation from 1996 through 2003. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Architectural League of New York and is a Young Leader’s Fellow of the National Committee on United States - China Relations. He and is a Registered Architect in the State of New York and has lectured, exhibited, and been published internationally.

    SHoP recognitions:

    2001 Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters

    2001 Emerging Voices Award from the Architectural League of New York

    2002 Finalist - Cooper Hewitt/Smithsonian Institute’s National Design Awards

    2003 Rave Award in Architecture from Wired Magazine.

    SHoP recent projects:

    One million s.f. South Street Seaport Redevelopment, New York City

    A new academic building and master plan for The Fashion Institute of Technology

    East River Waterfront Park in Lower Manhattan

    Two shopping and office complexes in Beijing, China

    A new campus for Google in Mountain View, CA

    If you're in the area you're definitely going to want to make time in your schedule for this. I'll have a full recap right here following the lecture.

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    • MArch n' unemployed

      he came to my school last year and it was honestly one of the best lectures i've ever seen...enjoy!!

      Nov 7, 08 2:10 pm  · 

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