Date: Tuesday 2 March 2010
Editorial conditions and design rules have changed now that the book shares its formerly unique media position with new and challenging offers by digital media. The lecture will introduce the potentials of the book as a medium for the communication of architecture and will analyse the structural and functional differences between analogue and digital media and their abilities and limits in the expression and communication of architectural atmosphere.
Lars Müller is founder of Lars Müller Publishers (lars-mueller-publishers.com), best known for its editions of design, art, photography and architecture that have set standards in architecture publishing. Recently, the company has expanded its catalogue, bringing the same rigour and attention to social and political books as it brings to books in the creative field. Müller, an active educator since 1985, is teaching a course on Communicating Architecture at Harvard’s GSD.
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.