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Andrea Leers is an architect and educator based in Boston and a founding Principal of Leers Weinzapfel Associates. The firm was honored with the 2007 AIA Firm Award, the highest honor the AIA bestows on an architecture firm. In 2015 ARCHITECT magazine included the firm on its list of Top 50 Architecture Firms in the country, ranked 9th overall and 5th in sustainable design. A monograph on the firm’s work, Made to Measure: the Work of Leers Weinzapfel Associates was published in 2011 by Princeton Architectural Press.


Sep 20, 2017
5:00 PM
ARC 0204

Please join us for a panel discussion sponsored by "Women in Architecture," a student organization focusing on encouraging the existence of women in an underrepresented field. This years panel will discuss the significance of leadership and representation of women through an open discussion of personal challenges and experiences.


Lindsey May, Architect | Amy Gardner, FAIA LEED AP | Hedy Leuterio Thomas, PE | Ashley Grzywa, Architect

With Dean Sonia Hirt, Ph.D.






Sep 27, 2017
5:00 PM
ARC 0204

Andrea Ponsi, Architetto

Principal Studio Ponsi, Florence, Italy 2017

Kea Distinguished Professor


A Short Discourse on the Long Line

Andrea Ponsi was born in Viareggio in 1949. He graduated in Florence in 1974 under Leonardo Savioli; he earned a Master’s in Architecture at the Architectural Association in London and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Since the early seventies he has focused on the relationship between ecology and architecture.


Surinder Bagha

Architect and Principal, Saakaar Foundation, Chandigarh, India


CHANDIGARH, INDIA:  A Place Where Architecture, Planning, Preservation and Development Come Alive!

Sponsored by the Colvin Institute

Reception: 6:15-7:00 pm

Lecture: 7-8:15 pm


The four disciplines of MAPP—Architecture, Planning, Preservation & Development—meet up in India.


Milena Metalkova-Markova

Associate Professor, Department of History and Theory of Architecture

University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy

Sofia, Bulgaria


Bulgarian Vernacular Architecture in Transition – Preserving as an Archeology of Memory and a Landscape of Learning


2017 Marvin Breckinridge Patterson Lecture


On October 30th, we will have two events in conjunction with the 30 X 30 Exhibit:


Cammy Brothers is a joint Associate Professor between Architecture and Art + Design at Northeastern University's College of Arts, Media and Design in Boston.