2017 AIA Conference on Architecture: Knowing Closely Alejandro Aravena, Francis Kéré, Michael Murphy & Elizabeth Diller
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Events Events Mar 08, 2017 11:13 AM EST
2017 AIA Conference on Architecture got massive criticism after leaving behind the women influence in architecture. In answer, it immediately set Elizabeth Diller on the list of the keynote speakers. In essence, it's surely just timely to get to know all the others as well.
According to Archinect, the newly added 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture speaker Diller will be joining Alejandro Aravena, Francis Kéré, and Michael Murphy this time. The three are the original ones because Diller Scofidio & Renfro's founding partner only got her slot after a controversial open letter.
The four will be heading to Orlando on April 27-29 for the 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture schedule. They will share their expertise on the discussion's theme: 'Anticipate'-"what it means to anticipate need, challenge, and change in architecture and design."
In Conference on Architecture's official website, it shared Aravena, Kere, Murphy and Diller's prowess. All of it told the reasons why they were chosen for the event.
To start, 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture's Michael Murphy is the co-founder and executive director of MASS Design Group. The practice and his focus are towards architecture and health care.
Alejandro Aravena as another 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture speaker, he is a Pritzker Prize recipient that concentrates on community spaces. His works include housing, infrastructure, and transportation.
Francis Kere is likewise an inspiration 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture didn't leave out. This time he prioritizes community architecture and the environment. His expertise will be seen on "Anticipate Need: Design That Cares" schedule.
This time it's the only woman in the 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture lineup, Elizabeth Diller. She is a highly awarded architect and professor of Princeton University. Her reputation is on conceptual art and architecture.
To end, all 2017 AIA Conference on Architecture speakers will surely bring a blast. With Diller's inclusion on the roster, it definitely added more diversity.