Anna Talley


ZOOM — Hospitals, Michael Murphy explained, offer unique opportunities for exploring how architecture adapts to the needs of both the individual and the public.
Zoom — Emanuel Christ emphasized the importance of a final, built design, stating, “it’s not so much about the process it’s about the result,” which he said derives from an ideal image of “an almost perfect architecture.”
Zoom — Melissa DelVecchio emphasized how tradition can be combined with invention to rediscover lost classical heritage, and hopes that Project Soane, which she described as a “continued, ongoing, evolving piece of scholarship,” will serve as a model for future initiatives.
New York City — What was made clear throughout the all-day symposium on January 30 is that twenty-first century civic space is not centered around institutions, but is instead being shaped by architects, urban planners, and activists across the globe.