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March 9 2010

Dunlop bridges Atlantic with Kansas address
Alan Dunlop is to give a lecture at Kansas City Library today in his role as the Regnier Chair at Kansas State University.

The gm+ad partner will deliver a summation of the work of the practice and the development of Glasgow in a talk entitled ‘Teasing the Grid: The Fish, The Bishop and Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow, Daisy’.

Summarising the city’s development from the medieval times to the Victorian age Dunlop will trace parallels between the city and its North American contemporaries, outlining a shared built heritage which straddles the Atlantic.

Dunlop is the first UK holder of the Victor. L Regnier Chair of Architecture and succeeds such international architects as Hiroshi Hara.

14 Comments

Anna G
#1 Posted by Anna G on 9 Mar 2010 at 13:56 PM
Sounds like a really interesting lecture, if only we could have a live link up to Scotland!

Enjoy all
L Herron
#2 Posted by L Herron on 9 Mar 2010 at 15:47 PM
Looking forward to it! The historic photograph slides, line diagrams, and comparisons of Glasgow and Chicago are not to be missed.
We are all sorry that Alan, our visiting professor for the Glasgow Studio at Kansas State University, will be far away soon! www.theglasgowstudio.org
Dave Anderson
#3 Posted by Dave Anderson on 9 Mar 2010 at 16:33 PM
Miss G,

You need to get the students to do the same as they did for the Roses Design Awards 2009 - watch live .

http://www.urbanrealm.com/news/1867/The_Roses_Design_Awards_2009.html

Your students should be doing it for 57'10" as well.
M Gillam
#4 Posted by M Gillam on 9 Mar 2010 at 22:21 PM
Sorry I will be missing it. Alan has given some very enticing and insightful lectures at Kansas State University. Everyone will surely enjoy his personality.
JB
#5 Posted by JB on 10 Mar 2010 at 13:19 PM
Great title... for anything really. Would be really interested to compare our ideas of a contemporary city and how it manifests itself with you guys across the pond. Will be checking the Kansas blog intently...
syilarosely
#6 Posted by syilarosely on 10 Mar 2010 at 13:48 PM
Inspiring title..makes one think!

If only the lecture was a 15min bus ride away..
Enjoy!!
E Heany
#7 Posted by E Heany on 10 Mar 2010 at 19:49 PM
The lecture was great! It's always intriguing to hear Alan's perspective on architecture and design -- specifically how if it doesn't spark attention and opinion, then frankly it isn't doing its job!

Working with Alan at Kansas State has truly been an unforgettable experience!
Rip Van Winkle
#8 Posted by Rip Van Winkle on 10 Mar 2010 at 21:31 PM
Enough. The sycophancy is sickmaking. At least if he's in the US he's not spoiling Glasgow.
Mario Klein KC
#9 Posted by Mario Klein KC on 11 Mar 2010 at 19:18 PM
My goodness. What an unkind and undeserved comment! The lecture by Mr Alan Dunlop was really excellent, what an architect and what wonderful hand drawings! Glasgow should be proud I think we loved it in Kansas City
Rip Van Winkle
#10 Posted by Rip Van Winkle on 11 Mar 2010 at 23:42 PM
Good. Keep him there.
Ritch Sox
#11 Posted by Ritch Sox on 12 Mar 2010 at 00:02 AM
Welcome to the bitterness that is the UK, Mario. RVW's probably a bit of a lush.
Rip Van Winkle
#12 Posted by Rip Van Winkle on 12 Mar 2010 at 10:33 AM
No, RVW simply thinks that this is all a bit gagmaking.
Mario Klein KC
#13 Posted by Mario Klein KC on 17 Mar 2010 at 21:43 PM
Gagmaking is an insult I take it. I assure you Mr Dunlop's presentation was quite exceptional. If he would stay here we would be happy but I think Scotland would be the poorer:-(
Rip Van Winkle
#14 Posted by Rip Van Winkle on 18 Mar 2010 at 00:44 AM
Oh do keep him. He's not a great architect, glad he's useful somewhere.

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