Architecture on Air

Mark Morris

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"Architecture on Air" is a new kind of academic lecture series at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's College of Architecture (CoA), featuring audio interviews. This unusual format is by design, as the series is meant to focus on helping students build a more nuanced and attentive language with which to describe the built environment and their own work (as opposed to fixating on images). "Architecture on Air" will be available worldwide to our alumni, friends and prospective students. "Architecture on Air" builds on feedback from CoA students and enlists their help formulating interview questions. The series covers architecture, history, theory, industrial design, urbanism, allied professions, social discourse and the role of architects in contemporary culture.

"Architecture on Air" is a new kind of academic lecture series at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's College of Architecture (CoA), featuring audio interviews. This unusual format is by design, as the series is meant to focus on helping students build a more nuanced and attentive language with which to describe the built environment an... Show more

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