John Lobell




John Lobell is a professor of architecture at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, where he teaches courses in the history and theory of architecture, including a course on Frank Lloyd Wright. He also teaches courses on the social impact of new technologies, addressing how they change our consciousness, which in turn leads to paradigm shifts that affect every aspect of our lives. Lobell received his architecture degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. He has lectured and addressed conferences around the world, and is the author numerous articles and of several books, including Between Silence and Light: Spirit in the Architecture of Louis I. Kahn.

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Oct 5th 2015

Architecture is the crystallization of the spirit of its age, and this description certainly applied to the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was a leading architect of the 20th century, pioneering Modern Architecture in response to new materials, changes in society, and a new philosophical worldview. This course addresses Wright’s role in the 20th century and his relevance for our emerging 21st Century.

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