« "Besides architecture (part 1)" | Main | Bruce Forster's "Graffiti Funhouse" at Center For Architecture »


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Jeff Jansen

Is there a fee for the public to attend this lecture?


Some of their stuff is pretty interesting...and even though the interior is a bit tacky...i kinda heart the hill house :-)

M Nye

I thought the lecture was great! The work is highly affable yet highly serious in how it can redefine "traditional" architecture. Let's move from the applied language of tradition on suburban type speculative developments to the more deeply historic American artisan builder. Badanes' charge to architects to get out from behind their desks, into the field, and more intimate with their own work is truly inspiring.


Camino con Corazon is an amazing building and environmental response.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Lead Sponsors


Portland Architecture on Facebook

More writing from Brian Libby


  • StatCounter
Blog powered by Typepad

Paperblogs Network

Google Analytics

  • Google Analytics

Awards & Honors