This MAS virtual tour will take participants beyond the five boroughs to Columbus, IN, which boasts vastly more significant modern architecture per capita than any other community in America.
Examine Russel Wright’s trendsetting midcentury aesthetic through the lens of his iconic home, Manitoga, and the impact of Mary and Russel Wright on how many Americans organized and lived in their homes in the mid 20th century. Presented by Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton, NJ.
The Center for Architecture is hosting a book talk on the anthology Denise Scott Brown In Other Eyes: Portraits of an Architect detailing the work of Denise Scott Brown through the eyes of leading architectural historians and practitioners.
“Denise Scott Brown: A Symposium,” organized by Frida Grahn and the Yale School of Architecture, presents new scholarship related to the groundbreaking studio methods, developed by Scott Brown during her teaching career in the early 1960s.
The Center for Architecture will host Kenneth Frampton as he explores the impact on architecture of a society undergoing constant technological modernization.
Architect Victor Lundy is turning 100! To commemorate this significant event and to discuss the relevance of Victor Lundy’s work, MAS Context has organized an online event on that day with presentations by Donna Kacmar and Whitney Moon providing an overview of Lundy’s career.
Preservation Pennsylvania, in partnership with Preservation Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Modern Committee, is hosting a two-part webinar that will explore two major examples of midcentury corporate campus design. One is for sale and was nearly demolished. The other has been re-envisioned, revitalized and reopened as a thriving mixed use community hub.