In conjunction with Princeton University School of Architecture’s 44 Low-resolution Houses exhibition, curated by Michael Meredith and designed by MOS, this multi-day international symposium expands the Low-resolutionlabel beyond the gallery. Considering houses through the double lens of technology and representation—a desirable design object, an image, a stage set, a thing, a product both in how it is made and culturally understood—the symposium addresses three themes: Low-Res Elements, Low-Res Tectonics, and Low-Res Organization.
As our closing event for the exhibition, the Low-resolution Houses symposium coincides with the School of Architecture’s Fall Semester theme of “Domestic” and will take place in Betts Auditorium on Thursday, November 8th at 6:00pm with a roundtable featuring Dean Mónica Ponce de León, Associate Professor Michael Meredith, and Professor Stan Allen. The symposium continues on Friday, November 9th from 10:00am to 5:00pm with selected exhibition participants including: Adamo-Faiden, Atelier Barda, Besler & Sons, Bureau Spectacular, Ensamble Studio, First Office, The LADG, MAIO, Outpost Office, Paul Preissner, T+E+A+M, and Hans Tursack.
Thursday, November 8th 6:00pm: Introduction to Low-resolution Houses Roundtable / Dean Mónica Ponce de León 6:10pm: Roundtable / Michael Meredith, Stan Allen, Dean Mónica Ponce de León
Friday, November 9th 10:00am: Introduction to Low-resolution Houses symposium / Dean Mónica Ponce de León
Low-res Elements 10:10am: Antonio Di Bacco, Cécile Combelle, Kevin Botchar / Atelier Barda 10:30am: Joanna Grant / Bureau Spectacular 10:50am: Anna Puigjaner / MAIO 11:10am: Erin + Ian Besler / Besler & Sons
Low-res Construction 12:40pm: Andrew Atwood + Anna Neimark / First Office 1:00pm: Ellie Abrons, Adam Fure, Thom Moran / T+E+A+M 1:20pm: Andrew Holder / The LADG 1:40pm: Débora Mesa / Ensamble Studio
Low-res Organization 2:40pm: Paul Preissner 3:00pm: Hans Tursack 3:20pm: Ashley Bigham + Erik Herrmann / Outpost Office 3:50pm: Sebastián Adamo + Marcelo Faiden / Adamo-Faiden
Symposium made possible by the Jean Labatut Memorial Lectures in Architecture and Urban Planning Fund. The School of Architecture, Princeton University, is registered with the AIA Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) and is committed to developing quality learning activities in accordance with the AIA/CES criteria.
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