This session engages in the multiple meanings of speculation and their significance to design and its methods. To speculate is to reflect or meditate on something; it may also refer to certain risky economic activities aimed at profit. To speculate implicitly gestures toward the future, and as such, carries particular architectural meaning in relation to how designers imagine and ultimately enact their work.
Professor of Architectural Practice, UCL, the Bartlett School of Architecture
Professor of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago
Principal, Sam Jacob Studio
Assistant Professor, Division of Landscape Architecture, HKU
*The total number of attendance is limited to 300. First come, First served.
This lecture is open to the general public.