Jeanne Gang – International Lecture Series
05 December 2018, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm
The Bartlett School of Architecture – Communications02031087337
Christopher Ingold Auditorium22 Gordon StreetLondonWC1H 0QBUnited Kingdom
Jeanne's lecture will discuss the increasing importance of using design to address world challenges, such as climate change and inequality. To do this, Jeanne proposes an expanded version of practice that broadens the definition of the architectural discipline by employing its skills, tools, and synthetic outlook toward creating projects that make a greater positive impact.
Through a presentation of Studio Gang’s work, Jeanne will summarise how her expanded practice works toward change through projects that harness architecture’s capacity to build stronger relationships between people, their communities, and their environment.
American architect Jeanne Gang is the founder and leader of Studio Gang, an architecture and urban design practice with offices in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Paris. She is currently a Professor in Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), and she has also served as the John Portman Design Critic in Architecture and a visiting critic at the GSD.
Jeanne lectures frequently throughout the world and in 2016, she presented at the TEDWomen conference.
Image: Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation at the American Museum of Natural History, by Studio Gang
Supported by Fletcher Priest Architects
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