Lecture: “Pulp Architecture Revisited”
January 23, 2012 6:00 PM
ARC 402, Byblos campus
LAU’s Department of Architecture and Interior Design invites you to "Pulp Architecture Revisited: Readings from the Anti-library," a lecture by internationally-renowned architect and author Roger Connah.
About Pulp Architecture
Pulp Architecture resists architecture already scripted. Pulp Architecture represents an architecture that refuses to be called architecture. Pulp Architecture explores architectures and solutions which desire to remain in-between. Pulp Architecture becomes a way of inhabiting this space, as a constant, unfinished, contested and dynamic process. Interactive, collaborative processes and methodologies are taken seriously for the options they offer. Pulp Architecture not only attempts to produce architecture from the edge or the margin, but is a conscious choice and action to keep architecture on the edge.
All are welcome to attend.