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Between Inside and Outside: A critique of (super)-ficiality in contemporary architecture

Subject: Architecture
Speaker: Nader Lahiji
Date: Mar 17, 2010 At 16:30
City: Byblos


The Department of Architecture and Interior Design, School of Architecture & Design at LAU cordially invites you to a public lecture by Nadir Lahiji:
Between Inside and Outside:
A Critique of (Super)-ficiality in Contemporary Architecture 
Dr. Nadir Lahiji is a visiting tutor at the Lebanese American University, where he is currently giving a workshop for Final Year Architectute students.
Dr. Lahiji has taught at several universities in the United States, including Georgia Tech, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, Pratt Institute and Penn State.
He has a number of publications on Modern and Contemporary Architecture, among which an edited book on Plumbing: Sounding Modern Architecture.
He is currently working on a book titled The Political Unconscious of Architecture.

For more information

Tel +961 (0)1 422032 Mobile .
Fax +961 (0)1 426032 URL
Postal 16 5858 Beirut, Lebanon

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