Chris Lee speaks at ASD Distinguished Lecture Series

Christopher Lee gave a lecture entitled "Architecture as a Common Framework" to an audience at SUTD as part of the ASD Distinguished Lecture Series.

The lecture explored the discursive relation between type and the idea of the city underpins the work of Serie Architects. Such a view presupposes that the architecture that arises out of the lessons drawn from the typical elements of the city resonates with a common familiarity and purpose. This pursuit of an architecture that can act as a common framework is not an attempt to revive an anachronistic image of the past but is in fact a search for the idea that can be commonly held so as to invest architecture with a social, political and cultural relevance.

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