Monday, NOV 9 | 4:00 pm
Paul Lewis, a principal at LTL Architects, is a professor and associate dean at Princeton University School of Architecture.
Lecture Title: LTL in Section
Lecture Content: What are the varieties of section, and what effects do they have on form, space, and more importantly social organization? Drawing upon his recently published bestselling book, Manual of Section, Paul will explicate a typology of section and show how each type of section works. Interwoven into the typology, he will present work from his office, LTL Architects to demonstrate how section can be an instrumental design tool. This will include the winning design for an art center in Telluride, recent work at Poster House, Columbia University, Claremont Colleges, Gallaudet University, The ContemporAry Austin and the Hellen Walton Children’s Enrichment Center.
His New York based firm has completed academic, cultural and institutional projects throughout the United States. LTL are the 2019 NY State AIA firm of the year. They have received a National Design Award, have been inducted into the ID Hall of Fame, and have received multiple AIA design awards. LTL recently produced a Manual of Physical Distancing, drawing and making legible the spatial and urban implication of the Covid-19. LTL Architects are also the authors of Intensities (2013), Opportunistic Architecture (2008) and Situation Normal….Pamphlet Architecture #21 (1998). Their most recent book entitled Manual of Section has been translated into five languages.
The lecture, part of the Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning lecture series, is open to the public.
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