Red is Not a Color
Date: Wednesday 24 April 2013
Venue: Lecture Hall
Bernard Tschumi will discuss his architecture and his recently published book, Red is Not a Color, a comprehensive documentation of his 30-year investigations as a designer, builder and theorist.
Bernard Tschumi is an architect based in New York and Paris. First known as a theorist, he exhibited and published The Manhattan Transcripts and wrote Architecture and Disjunction, a series of theoretical essays. Major built works include the Parc de la Villette, the New Acropolis Museum, Le Fresnoy Center for the Contemporary Arts, MuséoParc Alésia and the Paris Zoo. He is a professor at Columbia University in New York.
Entry to the Lecture Hall is on a first-come first-served basis only; once the Lecture Hall is full, the audience will be redirected to the video relay areas in the New Soft Room and Rear Second Presentation Space.
After the lecture, Red is Not a Color will be available with a 20% discount.
Bernard Tschumi: Architecture Concepts: Red is Not a Color. New York 2012, 24x19cm, 776pp, fully illustrated in colour, Hb. £55.00 rrp. £44 on the evening.
All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.