Mark Wigley

Architectural Theorist | Scholar | Author

June 8, 2012


Mark Wigley, an Architectural Theorist, Scholar and Author, and Dean of Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation (GSAPP), has stated that “Architecture is a set of endlessly absorbing questions for our society rather than a set of clearly defined objects with particular effects. Architects are public intellectuals, crafting forms that allow others to see the world differently and perhaps to live differently.” Mark discusses his concepts, views and vision for architectural education and thought with Stuart Mason Dambrot on Critical Thought | TV.


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