April 8-12, 2014
“Source Material,” Via Macedonio Melloni 33, Milan
If you are in Milan for the Salone del Mobile, see this exhibit of objects that have influenced designers, including David Chipperfield, Jasper Morrison, Richard Sapper, and yours truly.
July 21-22, 2014
The House: Regionalism in a Global Environment
Executive Education, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
A lecture on “Creating a Sense of Place”
1:15 pm, September 18, 2014
AIA Custom Residential Architect Network Conference, Charleston, SC
Lecture on “Traditions of Home”
4:00 pm, October 17, 2014
Centennial celebration Lecture
North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
The Arts Club of Washington DC has announced that How Architecture Works is a finalist for the Marfield Prize, the national award for writing on the arts. Winner to be announced in April 2014.
CBC Radio program Ideas on “Art We Live In”
9:00 pm, January 29, 2014.
Listen to podcast here
A review of How Architecture Works
Washington Post, November, 2013
Read the Introduction to How Architecture Works
Metropolis, posted October 8, 2013
A review of How Architecture Works on A Daily Dose of Architecture.
Laura Miller’s review of How Architecture Works
Posted on Salon, October 6, 2013
Phil Patton’s review of How Architecture Works
Designers & Books, “10 Notable Design Books of 2013,” posted October 4, 2013
A conversation with Amanda Kolson Hurley about my new book
Posted on Designers & Books, October 1, 2013
An interview on Architects and Artisans about my new book
Posted July 30, 2013.
Publishers Weekly features starred advance review of How Architecture Works
“A Humble Architect” in The Walrus is nominated for a Canadian National Magazine Award.
read the article here
Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sam Zell and Robert Lurie Real Estate Center at the Wharton School.
Interview posted on Advice To Writers.
More on the Eisenhower Memorial debate. Quoted in Architectural Record.
Appearance in PBS documentary “Architect Michael Graves: A Grand Tour.”