Stig L. Andersson, is a Danish landscape architect, founder and Creative Director of Copenhagen-based SLA which has developed into an interdisciplinary organization working with landscape, urban spaces and urban planning.
SLA creates modern, adaptable cities that inspire community and diversity through innovative use of nature, design, sustainability and technology. Our projects solve some of today's hardest urban problems while creating genuine amenity values for all.
Lectures begin at 6:30PM, Hastings Hall. Doors open to the general public at 6:15 PM. Hastings Hall is equipped with assistive hearing devices for guests using hearing aids that have a “T” coil.
28 Jan 2016: Lecture
“Architecture Without Content”
Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professor
04 Feb 2016
Lecture: Justin Hollander
“The Promise of Neuro-Architecture”
Eero Saarinen Lecture
25 Feb 2016
Screening: “Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future”
“Work in Progress” – World Premiere
Director of Photography, Eric Saarinen
Produced and Directed by Peter Rosen
28 Mar 2016
Lecture: Stig L. Andersson
“Empowerment of Aesthetics”
Timothy Egan Lenahan Memorial Lecture
31 Mar 2016
Lecture: Francine Houben
“People, Place, Purpose”
Paul Rudolph Lecture
07 Apr 2016
Lecture: Zaha Hadid
Lord Norman Forster Visiting Professor
14 Apr 2016
Lecture: Robert A.M. Stern
"Pedagogy and Place: Celebrating 100 Years of Architecture at Yale"
Part of the 2016 J. Irwin Miller Symposium, "Learning/Doing/Thinking: Educating Architects in the 21st Century"