Thu, May 13|
Architectural Portraits: Exploring the relationship between body, design & the built environment
A talk by architect & photographer Oliviero Godi (Politecnico di Milano) about the relationship between the body & the material, the transient & the permanent searching for the right balance where neither element prevails.
Time & Location
May 13, 2021, 5:00 p.m. PDT
About the Event
The human being – so fragile, so ethereal, speaking a sweet language. A piece of architecture – so physically imminent, so solid, speaking a language of hardness.
Join photographer & architect OlivieroGodi as he explores the relationship between the body & the material, the transient & the permanent, in search of the correct balance where neither element prevails.
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Oliviero Godi is an architect, designer, photographer & professor of architecture.
He teaches photography to students of architecture & design, professional home stagers, and continuing education students, both in Italy & abroad. www.olivierogodi.com