Faculty Print Works To Be Exhibited
29, 2000 -- An exhibition of
18 books and 30 articles by or about the faculty of the School of
Architecture at the University of Virginia will be on display in
Campbell Hall, Salon A, second floor. The exhibit, covering works
published primarily in the past two years and titled: "Public
Works: The School of Architecture Faculty in Print," is open
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and runs through Oct. 15.
THE INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPE
University of Virginia School of Architecture will host a talk Oct.
7 by German landscape architect Peter Latz. His firm, Latz + Partner,
has received international attention for work in abandoned industrial
sites, notably at Duisberg-Nord, a new park built on an abandoned
blast furnace in Germanys Ruhr Valley. Lutzs presentation
at 10 a.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 105 will be followed by a panel
discussion led by U.Va. landscape architecture faculty members Julie
Bargmann, Reuben Rainey and Elissa Rosenberg.
ARCHITECT RICHARD HAAG TO LECTURE OCT. 13
and landscape architect Richard Haag will give the 15th
Annual Benjamin C. Howland Memorial Lecture at U.Va.s School
of Architecture. His talk, "Are There Universals
in Landscape Architecture?," begins at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct.
13, in Campbell Hall, Room 153.
for his creative and sensitive approach to the natural environment
and adaptive use of existing structures and facilities, Haag is
the only person to twice receive the American Society of Landscape
Architects Presidents Award for Design Excellence. He is founder
and professor emeritus in the department of landscape architecture
at the University of Washington.
Jane Ford, (804) 924-4298