Update: Based on University-recommended travel precautions relating to the coronavirus outbreak, the lecture and studio travel will be re-scheduled.
Miller Professor and Chair of Architecture Winka Dubbeldam will deliver a lecture at the David Azrieli School of Architecture at Israel's Tel Aviv University on Sunday, March 8 at 7pm.
Dubbeldam's lecture, "Flatlands and Massive Things," borrows its title from an exhibtion her firm Archi-Tectonics was featured in last spring. That exhibition was on view at the Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin, Germany.
The lecture is free and open to the public and will be hosted in the Fastlict Auditorium in the Mexico Building.
This semester, Dubbeldam's 704 studio "Hybrids & Material Ecologies" will be joining her in Tel Aviv for additional design research. Students are exploring hybrid models of architecture schools and archives. Their research will culminate in a building design proposal for the David Azrieli School of Architecture.
"In our research-design studio, we rely on a design methodology that integrates an interculturally engaged design network to bring about future-oriented architectural answers to worldwide issues," writes Dubbeldam.