He founded Morphosis in 1972 as a collective practice of architecture, urbanism, and design. In so accomplished a career, it’s hard to select a few greatest hits, but he is particularly admired for his work on campus, including Bill and Melinda Gates Hall for Cornell, 41 Cooper Square for Cooper Union here in New York, and a micro-campus for Emerson College in Los Angeles (above). Of this last he asserts, “Some might say it is an aggressive building, but I see it as rather classical.” I await word from Aristotle.
Presented with the Center for Architecture
Thursday June 17, 6:00 EST
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