Sylvia Lavin’s lecture, part of University by Design event series
Sylvia Lavin, professor of history and theory of architecture at Princeton University, School of Architecture, will lecture on Tuesday 17 October at 5 pm.
Her lecture, titled Pomological peculiarities: disarranging the domestic, is part of the University by Design event series — coproduced by the Architecture Programs of the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello Syracuse University in Florence, California State University International Programs Italy and Kent State University Florence — which focuses on the topic of studying architecture abroad. This collaborative forum will consist of two public lectures aimed at reimagining the collective educational space and proposing innovative models for contemporary practice.
The University by Design event series is hosted at MAD Murate Art District in Piazza delle Murate in Florence.