Attention Readers – Two of the events March 30, & April 6, 2020 ARE CANCELED. Stay Tuned for more info.

UCLA presents a lecture series which began in October. The series brings together leaders from the intersecting vectors of design, media, technology and urbanism to share their ideas and projects and to reflect on the state of contemporary culture.
All events are FREE and will be held at Decafé at Perloff Hall on UCLA’s Westwood campus at 6:30pm. See below to RSVP, along with address and parking info.

February 24: Oana Stănescu, Founder Oana Stănescu Studio and Design Critic in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design

March 2: Jeannette Kuo, Partner, Karamuk Kuo and Assistant Professor in Practice, Harvard University Graduate School of Design

*March 9: Thomas Robinson, Principal and Founder, LEVER Architecture

CANCELED – March 30: Ignacio G. Galan, Principal, [igg – office for architecture

CANCELED April 6: Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot, Founders, Bruther

April 15: Habitability: From Policy to People, A conversation with Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, Helen Hilton Raiser Curator of Architecture and Design at SFMOMA and Tatiana Bilbao, Architect, Mexico City

May 11: David Gissen, Historian, New York City

May 18: Tei Carpenter, Founder, Agency—Agency and Assistant Professor, University of Toronto and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

Events are FREE, but RSVP is necessary; All lectures take place at 6:30pm in the Decafé at Perloff Hall on UCLA’s Westwood campus, located at 365 Portola Plaza, 1317 Perloff Hall, LA, 90095; Short-term parking options are available in lots and structures located throughout campus. For more parking information, visit https://luskin.ucla.edu/