project ID 64987 


Tuesday, October 9, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM EDT
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Cene Lecture Hall, CAED Building, KSU 
132 S. Lincoln Street
Kent, OH 44240

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Jillian Tipton 
AIA Akron & Akron-Canton CSI 

Toguchi Lecture

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018
Lecture begins at 5:30pm
Cene Lecture Hall, CAED Building, Kent State University 

AIA and CSI members and guests are invited to Kent State University's campus on Tuesday, October 9th to attend a this year's Toguchi Lecture, presented by Billie Tsien. Titled "Practicing", Tsien's lecture will focus on built projects.

There will be limited seating available in the Cene Lecture Hall- attendees are encouraged to arrive early. If seating is unavailable in the Cene Lecture Hall, seating will be available in classrooms throughout the CAED Building, with the lecture presented on screens in each room.

AIA & CSI members and guests are invited to join the KSU community for a reception with heavy hors-d'oeuvres following the lecture in the CAED Building. There will be no formal dinner for AIA & CSI members and guests this year.

The nearest parking deck is the Kent Central Gateway, located at 201 E. Erie Street, Kent Ohio 44240.
Lecture Description: Our earliest memories and influences help to establish a foundation for future thoughts on design. Over time as architects we exercise our ideas into tangible form and continuously learn the value of our experience. Through a sequence of past and current projects, "Practicing" will demonstrate how experience has honed our skills and continues to drive our design.

Lecture Learning Objectives:
  1. At the end of this lecture, participants will leave with a sense of how to conceptualize a project from an initial central thought to guide their design.
  2. This lecture will present ways of approaching a potential client with a portfolio of past built work and skills applied. 
  3. This lecture will show how outside influences and references can inform a project from conception to execution.  
  4. This lecture will present a body of work with varied building programs relaying the varying concerns of private, public and civic minded architecture. 
AIA members will receive 1 LU.

To receive credit for attending, attendees must sign in
at the AIA & CSI table, located near the entrance to the Cene Lecture Hall.