Modern Architecture USA: Survival in the Sub-urbis
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Lecture Modern Architecture USA: Survival in the Sub-urbis 224 Benefit Street Providence , 02903 In conjunction with the exhibition Marcel Breuer, architect Diane Lewis lectures on the competition-winning “Riverview Music Quadrangle,” a project to save Paul Rudolph’s first civic building. Since 1982, Lewis served both as principal at her own firm and as a professor of architecture at the Cooper Union School of Architecture. Her minimalist approach emphasizes refined, inventive use of structural elements and space, integrating the character of preexisting conditions.