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Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series

Michael Murphy, Executive Director of MASS Design Group, October 5 2017, 6pm, DAAP 4400

Iwan Baan Photography

 

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

Furthering the University of Cincinnati’s national acclaim as a top school for design and innovation, the Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series brings together professionals, students, and citizens. The College is happy to be able to extend its resources to a wider public, and bring the greater Cincinnati community into this global discussion of how creative and critical works help us recognize and define our perception of the social and physical environment.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

The Jay Chatterjee Global Lecture Series was created with the intention to foster dialogue and thinking between many disciplines in honor of Jay’s leadership and vision across relevant professional and academic areas.

The series involves speakers from all over the world examining the role of art and design in our conception of the social and physical environment. A diversity of viewpoints and backgrounds reflects the notion that there are many means through which we can understand and affect our environment. Speakers include writers, philosophers, economists, politicians, painters, sculptors, planners, designers and many more who engage with the world in inspiring ways.

 

2017 Speaker: 

Michael Murphy "Architecture that Heals"

6:00 pm, October 5, 2017, DAAP 4400

Michael Murphy speaking at TED Conference

Michael Murphy is the executive director and co-founder of MASS Design Group, an architecture and design collaborative with offices in Boston and Kigali. As a designer, writer, and teacher his work investigates the social and political consequences of the built world. Murphy focuses on how environments shape behavior, and his research and writing advocate for a new empowerment in architecture that calls on architects to consider the ethical nature of their design decisions while simultaneously searching for beauty and meaning.

Murphy has taught at Columbia’s Graduate school of Preservation and Planning, Wentworth Institute of Technology, The Boston Architectural College, and the Harvard Graduate school of Design. His essays on architecture have been widely published and MASS’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, Fast Company, The Atlantic, Wired, Mark Magazine, Metropolis, Architectural Record, Detail, and many others. MASS recently won the 2017 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture Design. MASS was also a recipient of the Zumbtobel Group Prize, shortlisted for the Aga Khan award for Architecture, and a finalist for the TED Prize and the Buckminster Fuller Prize. Murphy gave a keynote address at the 2017 AIA Conference and gave a TED talk at the 2016 Annual TED Conference.

Michael is from Poughkeepsie, NY and earned a Master of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Chicago.

Event Flyer (PDF)

2016 Speaker:

Stefano Boeri

Stefano Boeri speaking about his work

Stefano Boeri, architect and PhD, is a professor of Town Planning Urban Design at the Politencino Di Milano. He has been a visiting professor at the Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design (GSD), the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, the Strelka Institute in Moscow, the Academia di Architettura di Mendriso, Switzerland and the EPFL, Ecole Polytecnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

Recently appointed for a 5-year program at the Tongji University in Shanghai, to research a model for the cities of the future. He was the director of the international magazine DOMUS from 2004 to April 2007, and from September 2007 to April 2011 he directed the magazine ABITARE. 

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