Modern Color/Modern Architecture

  • Sun, Jun 10, 2007
    (This event has already happened.)

    Cobb Hall Room 402

    What is the historical grounding for a discussion of how Katharina Grosse’s work relates to architecture? That is the question inspiring this lecture. While Braham will not discuss Grosse’s work directly, he will give a backdrop for considering the implications of her work as it relates to modern architecture. In addition to being an Associate Professor of Architecture at The University of Pennsylvania, Braham was elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in June 2006; he is a member of the International Association of Lighting Designers; and principal of Studio Luxe, a design and consulting practice. His book, Modern Color/Modern Architecture: A Genealogy of Color in Modern Architecture was published in the Spring of 2002.