Tectonic Regionalism - Lecture and Exhibition
- Friday, January 26, 2018 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm
- Cheever Hall, 215 - view map
"The exhibit explores material practice as it intersects with the regional tectonics of Central Texas. The talk locates tectonic regionalism within the context of modern to post-modern design logic from the 1980s to the first decade of the twenty-first century."
Black & Vernooy is an architecture and urban design firm in Central Texas, reaching back to the early 1980s, that explores regional materials and their intersections with contemporary design logic, urban intervention, and environmental response. With over forty Architecture and Urban Design awards, the firm, under the direction of Sinclair Black and Stephi Motal, continues to be engaged with place specific design solutions.
To request public accommodation to participate in the above event, please contact Anne Barnaby, MSU School of Architecture, at 994-4255, or Susan Alt, Human Resources, 994-3344.
- School of Architecture