Architecture 101 Lecture Series

Bilbao / © Flickr user EEPaul

Taking place during the National Building Museum‘s Summer Block Party, the Architecture 101 lecture series explores iconic styles during significant periods in architectural history. The two lectures, titled ‘Miesian’ (July 20) and ‘Expressionism’ (July 27) will serve as a refresher course for the professional or student or providing the novice with a chance to learn more about the world of architecture.  More information after the break.

Einstein Tower / © Maria Theis

Miesian, July 20
11:00am-12:30pm

Kevin Herrington
, professor of art architectural history at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), considers the architecture of, or influenced by, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe(1886-1969), which is characterized

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