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“City Limits and Landscape”, Public Lecture by Elia Zenghelis

Speaker: Elia Zenghelis
Date: May 9, 2012 At 18:00
City: Byblos
Address: Science Auditorium 402, LAU, Byblos Campus.

The School of Architecture & Design and the Department of Architecture and Int. Design of the Lebanese American University cordially invites you to a public lecture entitled “City Limits and Landscape” given by Elia Zenghelis on Wednesday May 9th 2012 at 6:00 p.m, at the Science Auditorium 402, LAU, Byblos Campus.

Elia Zenghelis (b. Athens, 1937) an architect and professor of architecture, divides his time between Belgium, Greece, Switzerland and The Netherlands. He studied and taught for 20 years at the Architectural Association in London. He is one of the original founders of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, in partnership with Rem Koolhaas until 1987, when he established Gigantes Zenghelis Architects in Athens and Brussels with Eleni Gigantes, a practice that executed work in Albania, Belgium and Greece. He has been Professor at the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts from 1990 to 2002 and at the Berlage Institute for 20 years; Visiting Professor at Columbia University, New York, Princeton University, UCLA, and other schools of architecture in the United States, South America, Greece, Spain and Japan; since 1998 Visiting Professor at the EPFL Lausanne and the ETH in Zürich; Professor at the Accademia di Archittetura in Mendrisio, Switzerland until 2007. He was awarded the RIBA Annie Spink Award for outstanding contribution to architectural education in 2001.

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