POSTPONED! – 2016 Toguchi Lecture

September 15, 2016
Toguchi Lecture at Kent State University
Registration
Noon, September 9, 2016 Registration Deadline
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Guest Speaker…
Daniel Libeskind
Presenting: The Language of Architecture


Where: Kent State University, 800 E. Summit Street, Kent, OH 44240
 
When: 5:00Social & Registration, Room 306abc*, 3rd floor Student Center
  * Remember to bring your parking ticket to room 306abc to be validated.
5:45-Dinner
6:45-Depart to Cartwright Hall*, Registration
*There is a short, outdoor walk between the location of dinner and the program. Please plan accordingly. There is no guaranteed parking at the Cartwright Auditorium and walking is recommended.
7:00-Program, Cartwright Hall
 
Cost: Akron-Canton CSI members & AIA Akron members – included in 2016 dues. 
$25  AIA Eastern Ohio Members
$10  AIAS
$15  KSU Students (non-members of AIAS)
$50  Non-chapter members of Akron-Canton CSI or AIA Akron and guests
Pay by credit card, PayPal or check; to be paid in advance by the Sept. 9 RSVP deadline. 
No fees collected at the door. Please make checks payable to Akron-Canton CSI.
AFTER PARTY at Ray’s Place
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In the architecture world, few designers can claim to have a more clearly-defined style than Daniel Libeskind. Much of Libeskind’s work is instantly recognizable for its angular forms, intersecting planes, and frequent use of diagonally-sliced windows, a style that he has used to great effect in museums and memorials – but which seems equally adaptable to conference centers, skyscrapers and shopping malls.
Not long after completing high school, in 1965, Libeskind became a naturalized American citizen. That same year, he chose to study architecture, enrolling at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Libeskind told Cathleen McGuigan of Newsweek that his pursuit of architecture seemed like a natural progression, as it is a field that “combines so many of my interests. Mathematics, painting, arts. It’s about people, space, music.” When the World Trade Center was under construction, Libeskind used to wander down to the site, as he related to Devin Leonard of Fortune magazine: “We used to come down here at lunch when the trade center was being built. It was the most incredible building in New York.”
Studio Libeskind is involved in designing and realizing a diverse array of urban, cultural and commercial projects around the globe.  Our Studio is a collaboration of architects and designers that believe architecture is a practice of optimism. We approach our projects with the attitude that to make great places, you must believe in the future, but also remember the past.
Daniel and his partner Nina Libeskind established Studio Daniel Libeskind  in Berlin, Germany, in 1989 after winning the competition to build the Jewish Museum Berlin. In February 2003, Studio Daniel Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York City when Daniel Libeskind was selected as the master planner for the World Trade Center redevelopment.
Buildings by Daniel Libeskind?
Jewish Museum Berlin, “Between the Lines,” Berlin, Germany, 1989-1999.
Felix Nussbaum Haus, “Museum ohne Ausgang,” Osnabrëck, Germany, 1995-1999.
Danish Jewish Museum, “Mitzvah,” Copenhagen, Denmark, 1996-2003.
Extension to the Victoria & Albert Museum, “The Spiral,” London, England, 1996-2006.
Imperial War Museum North, “Earth Time,” Manchester, England, 1997-2002.
Studio Weil, Private gallery for Barbara Weil, Port d’Andratx, Mallorca, Spain, 1998-2003.
Jewish Museum San Francisco, “L’Chai’m: To Life,” San Francisco, CA, 1998-2005.
Maurice Wohl Convention Centre, Bar-Ilan, “The Book and the Wall,” Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2000-2004.
Extension to the Denver Art Museum, “The Eye and the Wing,” Denver, CO, 2000-2005.
London Metropolitan University Post-Graduate Centre, “Orion,” London, England, 2001-2003.
World Trade Center Site Plan, “Memory Foundations,” New York, NY, 2002-.
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The AIA Ohio Convention this year will take place in Akron, Ohio, at the John S. Knight Center.  In addition to provocative and interesting educational sessions, this year’s convention will offer dynamic keynote speakers and unique social events.  Earn LUs, meet up with friends and colleagues, learn a little bit and have fun – all at the AIA Ohio Convention!  We’ve posted everything you need to know about the convention here: 
www.aiaohio.org/convention, including the schedule of events, a link to download the convention app and a list of Registration fees (spoiler alert:  It’s a bargain!).
REGISTRATION IS OPEN! – Click here to register today for the AIA Ohio Convention.  Want a discount?  We’ll offer 10% off registration fees to those who register by Aug. 1!  Use EARLYBIRD10 in the discount code box to receive this discount.
Hotel reservations can be made at the Courtyard by Marriott, located at 41 Furnace Street in Akron.  Call the hotel directly at 800-321-2211 to reserve your room.  Be sure to mention that you are with AIA Ohio to receive the group rate of $129 plus tax per night.
Questions?  Contact AIA Ohio at aiaohio@assnoffices.com, or 614.221.0338.
See you in Akron!
When
Thursday September 15, 2016 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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Where

Kent State University
800 E. Summit Street
Kent, OH 44240
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Thank you for your attention and response. I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.

 

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Carolyne Tinsley
AIA Akron & Akron-Canton CSI
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