Los Angeles Architect Michael Rotondi To Give The Shure Professor Lecture At U.Va.’s School Of Architecture Oct. 28
October 18, 2005 --
WHO: Michael Rotondi, partner, RoTo Architects
WHAT: Shure Professor Lecture, U.Va. School of Architecture
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 28, 5–6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Campbell Hall, Room 153
Architect and educator Michael Rotondi will give the Shure Professor Lecture at the University of Virginia School of Architecture on Friday, Oct. 28, at 8 p.m.
Rotondi, who has been an architect and educator for more than 25 years, is primarily interested in exploring how the concepts and methods of educational and professional practice can find common ground in the discipline of architecture. The title of his U.Va. talk will be xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
Rotondi was a founder and for 10 years (1987-1997) the director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles. He currently teaches at SCI-Arc and Arizona State University in Tempe.
Rotondi founded RoTo Architects in 1991.The firm’s work includes educational, institutional, cultural, commercial and residential projects. Current projects include an experimental theater complex in La Jolla, Calif., a school of architecture in Texas, a large regional park in Los Angeles, a memorial for the Los Angeles Fire department, the transformation of a 70-acre industrial site in Louisville, Ky., into a central part of the city and the development and planning of the Tempe Center site at Arizona State University.
For details about the lecture and the School of Architecture, contact Derry Wade at (434) 982-2921, email@example.com, or visit the school’s Web site at http://www.virginia.edu/arch.
Contact: Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298