6:30 pm - 8:00 pm (EDT)


  • Gund Hall
  • 48 Quincy Street
  • Cambridge
  • MA

Jean Pierre Crousse, a principal of Barclay and Crousse (Lima), maintains that architecture is fabricated by matter—not only the physical matter that shapes the way in which a project becomes a building, but also the cultural, personal, social, technological, and local background. Crousse will show in his lecture the projects of Barclay and Crousse, whose work in a region where climate conditions make the search for shelter a superfluous notion in the conception of architecture, a multi-dimensional approach emerges naturally and nurtures each project differently, at the scale of the landscape and the detail, for the sake of local pertinence.

Free and open to the public.

[email protected]/(617) 496-2414
For accessibility accommodations, please contact the events office two weeks in advance.