Stephen Teeple will speak at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Manitoba at 6:00pm on Thursday November 13th, 2014.
Architecture, it can be posited, is the choreography of geometries: the sequencing of inhabitable forms to elicit an internal experience or perception. The geometric organization of programs, situations and people into symbolic forms exercises an undeniable influence over us: that is, we know pleasing, successful architecture when we feel it. This sequencing of space, form and shape is intimately linked to our daily experience and our impact on the environment at large. Teeple Architects’ practice has, over the last 25 years, operated from a place of daily contemplation of this duality: the ordering of geometry as both virtual expression and actual experience.
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