Marc Neveu, Associate Dean of the School of Architecture, will lecture on the work of Douglas Darden at Woodbury University in San Diego on October 3rd.
Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 at 6:30pm
2212 Main St, San Diego, CA 92113
Marc J. Neveu is a widely acclaimed architectural educator and scholar. He is currently the Executive Editor of the biannual peer-reviewed Journal of Architectural Education, and much of Neveu’s research considers the role of history in contemporary praxis. He has published on the origins of architectural education in the Italian eighteenth century as well as our contemporary context. In 2015, Architecture’s Appeal, co-edited with Negin Djavaherian, was published by Routledge. The collection of essays situates the tradition of phenomenological hermeneutics within contemporary practice and includes essays from authors such as David Leatherbarrow, Steven Holl, Karsten Harries, Kenneth Frampton, and Juhani Pallasmaa. A manuscript for the book L-148 twisted edited with Mehrdad Hadighi and Tsz Ng Yan is in production and will be published in early 2018. The book is an oblique monograph on the Lafayette 148 building in Shantou, China. More recently, Neveu has published and lectured on the work of the architect Douglas Darden and is currently working on a book-length study of Darden’s work.