Thursday 29th February 2024, 12 pm | A conversation between Stella Nair (UCLA) and Caroline Murphy (MIT); Ateya Khorakiwala (Columbia GSAPP) will provide a response
Maura Lucking, the Inaugural Buell Teaching & Research Fellow, joins Columbia in January 2024. Her project “Settler Campus” is a book-length architectural history of the public college movement in the 19th-Century United States.
This Buell Center and AD—WO installation for the 5th Chicago Architecture Biennial unsettles the historical and ongoing dynamics of enclosure and dispossession, by juxtaposing them with reminders of living otherwise.
The Buell Center hosts discussions with scholars, artists, and practitioners whose work helps to redefine architecture’s imbrications with land in and out of the Americas.
A competitive call for course proposals on the theme “Architecture, Climate Change, and Society” from the Buell Center and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)
A November 2 discussion marking the launch of "Architecture and Land in and out of the Americas" at Chicago's Thompson Center in conjunction with the Fifth Chicago Architecture Biennial
Celebrating 3 Buell projects : a book launch, an installation, and toast to 40 years of the Buell. With talks by Jo Guldi, Timothy Hyde, Manu Karuka, Alek Bierig, Floating Museum and AD-WO.
This biennial colloquium brings together doctoral students working on topics related to the history, theory, and criticism of American architecture, urbanism, and landscape.
A March 3rd discussion marking the launch of "Architecture in Development: Systems and the Emergence of the Global South" (Routledge, 2022)
On September 21st, the Buell Center marked the launch of "Green Reconstruction: A Curricular Toolkit for the Built Environment"
A digital archive tracing the spatial cultures of Broken Windows policing, developed in collaboration with the Queens Museum's "Year of Uncertainty"
POWER challenges participants to think about how infrastructure relates to life across a series of intersecting concerns, including democratic governance and climate justice.
How to live together? Wright’s exurban settlement of single-family houses offered one possible answer; large public housing in cities presented another. Although these two visions seem a world apart, they share a common history. Exhibited at the Wallach Gallery in the fall of 2017.