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POSTPONED: John Tuomey: The Cunningham Lecture
210 South 34 Street, Philadelphia
This event will be livestreamed.
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The Department of Architecture welcomes John Tuomey, founding director at the Dublin-based firm O'Donnell+Tuomey, who will give the Cunningham Lecture.
This lecture is presented as part of Constructions and Locations: A Festschrift for David Leatherbarrow, a two-day event honoring Professor of Architecture Emeritus David Leatherbarrow.
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