Sep 13, 2019 | New York City
On Monday, September 23, assistant professor of history and theory in the Georgia Tech School of Architecture, Danielle Willkens, will present this year’s Soane Fellowship Lecture co-sponsored by the Center for Architecture and the Society for Architectural Historians.
Willkens joined the School of Architecture at the beginning of the fall 2019 semester. Willkens is a practicing designer, researcher, and FAA Certified Remote Pilot. Her experiences in practice and research include design/build projects, public installations, and on-site investigations as well as extensive archival work in several countries.
Willkens will present a lecture titled, “Architects Abroad: Seeing, Drawing, and Traveling” at the Center for Architecture located at 536 LaGuardia Place in New York City. Willkens was the 2007 Soane Fellow. Her lecture will discuss the importance of travel as part of an architect’s educational background, particularly when exploring the nature and scope of Soane’s Grand Tour and Parisian excursions.
Doors open at 6pm, and lecture will begin at 6:30pm EST. Learn more about Willkens’ lecture here.
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