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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

09-09-2013

Chang Gallery Featuring KCDC

All are welcome to tour the new exhibit in the Chang Gallery featuring works from the Kansas City Design Center(KCDC), 2012-2013 Studio. The gallery is open from 8am-5pm weekdays.

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Bryant Lecture Features Architect Perry Kulper from the University of Michigan

The College of Architecture, Planning & Design at Kansas State University will present Perry Kulper as the speaker for its Bryant Lecture Series at 4 pm Wednesday, September 11, in the K-State Union Little Theater. The event is free and the public is invited.
Kulper wants the audience to leave his lecture with a broader sense of the relationship between the language of design and the language of representation.

"I have a natural curiosity toward the roles of representation and methodologies in the production of architecture, and in the broadening of conceptual ranges by which architecture contributes to cultural imagination," Kulper said. "When I'm done speaking, I hope to have instilled that same curiosity."
His lecture, "Behind the Scenes," considers relations that occupy a space between the language of representation and the language of architecture. He will use student work, his work and four core areas to build a contextualization by locating the roles played by a range of variables in architectural education --roles and potential of architectural drawing, varied design methods towards increased design dexterity, and conceptual broadening for what's possible architecturally.

Kulper, a member of the American Institute of Architecture, is an associate professor of architecture at the University of Michigan. He also has been a member of the faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, or SCI-Arc, for 17 years and served in visiting positions at the University of Pennsylvania and Arizona State University.
Subsequent to his studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and Columbia University, Kulper worked in the offices of Eisenman/Robertson, Robert A.M. Stern, and Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown before moving to Los Angeles.

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IAPD Hosts Interior Architect Larry King, AIA, NCARB

The Department of Interior Architecture & Product Design will host Larry King this Thursday, September 12 at 4:30 pm in the Pierce Commons, Seaton Hall. His talk is titled "Office of the Future". Mr. King will focus his presentation on all of the related fields that impact a successful building.

Larry King is a 40 year veteran in architecture, strategic design, planning and corporate general management. Highly regarded, King is a comprehensive resource for the structuring and implementation of long-term occupancy strategies, as well as design solutions for sensitive client goals.

Before joining IA, King spent sixteen years with Gensler, an architectural firm with 44 locations globally. Within the firm he was the Managing Principal of the Denver office. During his 16 years of practice in Denver, he was a board member for the Denver Partnership, DURA (Denver Urban & Renewal Authority).

King is a graduate of Kansas State University, NCARB-certified, and a registered architect in 33 states, as well as Alberta, Canada. He is a participating member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and past Vice President of the Denver Chapter, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Colorado Chapter, and a member of the International Facilities Managers Association (FIMA), and the Economic Club of Chicago. He is the past Illinois State Chairman and National Board of Directors of the Council of Growing Companies (CGC), and a past board member of the University Club and the Tower Club of Chicago, Heartland Alliance, and Harrington College of Design. He is a current board member of Kansas State University Foundation and emeritus College of Architecture, Denver Art Museum Design Council, Corenet Colorado Chapter, and a frequent speaker and panelist.

Subsequent to his studies at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and Columbia University, Kulper worked in the offices of Eisenman/Robertson, Robert A.M. Stern, and Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown before moving to Los Angeles.

 

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Scavenger Hunt

Once again, we’re giving you a chance to win some free gear! Within the E-Newsletter we’ve placed the first clue for our scavenger hunt. Follow the picture to find our card, return it to Seaton 214 and claim your prize!

If the card has not been found by noon, another clue will be posted to the College of Architecture, Planning & Design’s facebook.

Good luck, and happy hunting!

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LA|RCP Shout Out!

Assistant Professor Katie Kingery-Page is one of six national finalists for the New England Resource Center for Higher Education 2013 Ernest A. Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty. Nominated by the KSU Center for Engagement and Community Development, Katie was selected from a pool of 35 candidates representing a range of institutions and disciplines. Ernest Lynton framed faculty scholarly activity as inclusive, collaborative, and problem-oriented work in which academics share knowledge-generating tasks with the public and involve community partners and students as participants in public problem solving.

Click here for more information!

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Events:

9/11    Bryant Lecture: Perry Kulper presents “Behind the Scenes”

9/12    IAPD Lecture: Larry King