BORDER CROSSING presents architects, designers, urban planners, and researchers who are working across boundaries – national borders, cultural lines, or disciplinary demarcations.
In the current political climate, and in the border city of Buffalo, the program explores how borders can be productively transgressed through a number of discursive positions and practices, operating between territories, cultures, and ideologies. This series of speakers emphasizes the importance and urgency for transnational cross-pollination in architecture and planning and celebrates the positive impact of immigrants and citizens from diverse backgrounds. #BorderCrossing
The public lecture series of the School of Architecture and Planning is supported by the following individuals and companies:
AIA Buffalo/WNY | Architectural Resources | Clarkson Visiting Chair in Architecture and Planning | Schneider Design, Architects PC | Frank Gramieri ‘83 | Mach Architecture | Pella Windows and Doors Buffalo | Sydney Gross Memorial Fund | Viviane Jammal