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Joshua Stein Lecture

February 16 @ 4:30 pm

Joshua Stein headshot

Joshua G. Stein, a professor of architecture at Woodbury University and founder of Radical Craft, will speak about the sustainability of architecture practices in a lecture hosted by the Iowa State University Department of Architecture.

The Los Angeles-based architect and designer will present “Slow Motion Materiality” at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, in Kocimski Auditorium, room 101 College of Design.

Radical Craft is a research and design studio in Los Angeles that operates between the fields of architecture, art and urbanism. In his free talk — part of the Department of Architecture’s Spring 2024 Public Programs Series — Stein will discuss his research projects, including “The Geological Atlas of the Built Metropolis” and “Sediment as Cultural Heritage” (pictured above), among others.

Stein’s work is currently on display as part of the “Beauty Investigated: Dilemmas, Projects, and Promises” exhibition in the College of Design’s Gallery 181, and he will serve as a guest presenter for the Feb. 15–17 symposium of the same name at the College of Design and Student Innovation Center.

Read more about the lecture in our news release.


February 16
4:30 pm
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Kocimski Auditorium (101 Design)
715 Bissell Road
Ames, IA 50011-1066 United States
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