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Cocktails & Conversation: KieranTimberlake and Sarah Williams Goldhagen

June 5 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

$5

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Cocktails & Conversation is a series of dialogues about design that joins an architect with a critic, journalist, curator, or architectural historian to discuss current architecture design issues. For this program, James Timberlake, FAIA, and Stephen Kieran, FAIA, of KieranTimberlake will sit down with author and architecture critic Sarah Williams Goldhagen over a custom-crafted cocktail as they discuss their firm and work.

Speakers
James Timberlake, FAIA
, Partner, KieranTimberlake
Stephen Kieran, FAIA, Partner, KieranTimberlake

Interviewer
Sarah Williams Goldhagen
, author and architecture critic

Bartenders
Toby Cecchini
bartender and author
David Moobartender and voice actor

James Timberlake, FAIA is Partner at KieranTimberlake, an architecture firm noted for its commitment to research, innovation, and invention. His recent work includes the US Embassy in London, the East End Transformation at Washington University in St. Louis, and 181 Mercer at New York University. Under his guidance, KieranTimberlake has received over 200 honors, including the AIA Architecture Firm Award in 2008 the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in 2010. In 2001, Timberlake received the inaugural Benjamin Latrobe Prize for architectural research from the AIA College of Fellows. Timberlake has co-authored seven books on architecture, including the influential Refabricating Architecture and the firm’s latest monograph, KieranTimberlake: Fullness. Throughout his career he has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Washington, Yale University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Texas at Austin.

Timberlake is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome (1982), and a LEED Fellow, the highest recognition achievable for a professional in the green building industry. In 2012, President Obama appointed Timberlake to the National Institute of Building Sciences, where he continues to serve as Vice Chairman.

Stephen Kieran, FAIA is Partner at KieranTimberlake, an architecture firm noted for its commitment to research, innovation, and invention. His recent work includes Pendleton West, an art and music facility at Wellesley College, the renewal of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC, and a new Engineering Research Center at Brown University. Under his guidance, KieranTimberlake has received over 200 honors, including the AIA Architecture Firm Award in 2008 and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in 2010. In 2001, Kieran received the inaugural Benjamin Latrobe Prize for architectural research from the AIA College of Fellows. He has co-authored seven books on architecture, including the influential book Refabricating Architecture and the firm’s latest monograph, KieranTimberlake: Fullness. Throughout his career he has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Washington, Yale University, the University of Michigan, and Princeton University.

Kieran is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome (1981), and a LEED Fellow, the highest recognition achievable for a professional in the green building industry.

Sarah Williams Goldhagen writes and lectures about architecture and landscapes, cities and urban design, infrastructure, and public art—all the things that constitute the built environment. In 2015 she won the prestigious Jesse H. Neal Award for Best Commentary for her criticism in Architectural Record. Now a contributing editor at Art in America and Architectural Record, she was the New Republic’s architecture critic for many years and taught for a decade at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.

Goldhagen has been an invited guest lecturer at numerous universities and colleges. Her essays have appeared in scholarly and general-interest publications in the US and abroad, from Art in America and The New York Times to the Journal of the Society of Architectural HistoriansGiornale dell’Architettura and L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui.

Toby Cecchini is a writer and bartender based in New York City. He has written on food, wine and spirits for GQ, Saveur, Food and Wine and, over 10 years for The New York Times with his column “Case Study.” His first book, Cosmopolitan: A Bartender’s Life, was published in 2003. He began bartending at the Odeon in 1987, where he created the internationally recognized version of the Cosmopolitan cocktail in New York. He followed that with stints in several bars including Passerby, which he owned until 2008. In 2013 he reopened the shuttered Long Island Bar in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. He is currently at work on his second bar in downtown Brooklyn.

David Moo is a 20-year veteran bartender whose cocktails and bar commentary have been widely published in books, magazines and newspapers. In addition to his work consulting on bar design, bar operation and menu design, he creates and prepares cocktails for a wide range of events like those detailed in this book. In his spare time, he is the owner and manager of Quarter Bar, Brooklyn’s oldest post-revival cocktail bar.


Enjoy the talks, then buy the book!

From 2012 through 2018, the AIANY Architecture Dialogue Committee’s Cocktails and Conversation series has hosted some of architecture’s most interesting and provocative practitioners to discuss what informs their designs. These conversations have been collected into a book intended to inspire and delight its readers. You can purchase a copy here.

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AIANY Architecture Dialogue Committee

Details

Date:
June 5
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$5