Explore innovative approaches to urban neighborhoods with Morris Adjmi
601 Turner Blvd.
Sit down with this esteemed architect as he presents three of his firm's recent projects ¬— Wythe Hotel, Samsung building and Sterling Mason — that exhibit a contextual and historic approach to industrial and post-industrial urban neighborhoods.
As founder and principal of Morris Adjmi Architects, Adjmi is known for his thoughtful integration of tradition and innovation that is deeply imbued with a sense of place and purpose. He has authored several books on longtime collaborator Aldo Rossi as well as his forthcoming monograph, "A Grid and a Conversation: Morris Adjmi Architects."
This event, part of the School of Building Arts lecture series, is free and open to the public.
Email Marilyn Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.