Professor Scott Singeisen discusses doppelgängers in architecture
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With its reliance on different representations of the same object — from the rendering to the model to the building itself — architecture is a discipline of doppelgängers, according to professor Scott Singeisen. In his lecture “The Architectural Doppelgänger,” Singeisen explores how representative methods relate to the original intent, and provides a basis for decoding the varied presentations of architecture.
Singeison’s lecture is part of the “A Matter of Opinion” symposium. The presentation and symposium are free and open to the public.