RSA/RDA Fall Lecture Series RE:Architecture [NSFW]

The Rice School of Architecture and the Rice Design Alliance’s Fall Lecture Series, Re: Architecture [NSFW], presents a new generation of architects operating across scales, methods, techniques, and sites of work. Rice School of Architecture Assistant Professor Troy Schaum, who curated the series, says he is “interested in introducing Houston to young firms that are building in unique ways, not easily categorized, and are refusing to play it safe.” Framed by the popular online tag NSFW [Not Safe For Work], Re: Architecture [NSFW] investigates how architects’ assumptions regarding safe boundaries for contemporary disciplinary investigation simultaneously limit and propel their creative practices.

Who:
Wednesday, September 25
Meejin Yoon
Founder, Höweler + Yoon Architecture, Boston
Reception Sponsor: Clark Condon Associates

Photo credit: Yihuai Hu

Wednesday, October 2
Minsuk Cho
Founder, Mass Studies, Korea
Reception Sponsor: HOK

Photo credit: Tong Kwan Kim

Wednesday, October 9
Florian Idenburg
Founder, SO-IL, Brooklyn
Reception Sponsor: Gilbane

Wednesday, October 16
Jun Igarashi
Principal, Jun Igarashi Architects, Japan
Reception Sponsors: Asakura Robinson Company and Perkins+Will

Where: Brown Auditorium, Caroline Weiss Law Building, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
When: Lectures starts at 7 p.m. with a pre-lecture reception at 6 p.m.

TICKET INFORMATION
Series Tickets:
$20 – RDA, MFAH members
$15 – Senior citizens 65 and older
$10 – Students with identification
$35 – Others
Single Tickets (upon availability):
$7 – RDA, MFAH members; Senior citizens 65 and older; Students with identification
$15 – Others

To purchase tickets, please click HERE.

This lecture series is supported by: ARC Document Solutions; Austin Commercial; Brochsteins; CEMEX; Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing; Fast Track Specialties, Inc; Gensler; HBL Architects; D. E. Harvey Builders; Haynes Whaley Associates, Inc.; Jackson & Ryan Architects; Kendall/Heaton Associates; McKinnon Associates; Miller Dahlstrand Architects; Morris Architects; PM Realty Group; Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc.; Shah Smith & Associates,The Southampton Group; Walter P Moore; Ziegler Cooper Architects; the Corporate Members of the Rice Design Alliance; the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

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