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The lecture will be about the urban and architectural outcome of the modern project in Venezuela and its consequences for the contemporary city of Caracas. As an academic research it deals with issues such as the landscape of the...
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Blindspots A presentation of a series of independent projects on the intersections of race, architecture and the city, Blind Spots represent spaces that may not be observed under certain circumstances. As a group, the...
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Aaron NaparstekStreetsblog.org founder and MIT DUSP Visiting ScholarIf you ever want to kill someone New York or just about any other American city, use a car as your weapon. As long as you are sober, licensed and do not flee the scene o...
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What happens when a tech-minded entrepreneur is unexpectedly chosen to lead a big city government bureaucracy? Gabe Klein was an unconventional pick to head the District of Columbia's Department of Transportation when he was hired back i...
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Professor Garcia-Abril will discuss his core 3 studio group evolution, and how this pedagogie is complete related to how they do practice architecture in ensamble studio, showing their two built houses, as case studies, as an ope...
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MUJI - Mr. Masaaki Kanai and Dr. Hartmut Esslinger Masaaki Kanai President and Representative Director, Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd. 1976 Joined Seiyu Store Nagano Co., Ltd. (presently, The Sei...
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Monday, November 19, 2012, 6:00 pm, 10-485 Human Transit: Public Transportation & Personal FreedomJarrett WalkerJarrett Walker is an international expert in public transit planning and policy and the author of the popular blog&nbs...
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