Milton S. F. Curry: Architecture and the egalitarian turn

The dean of the University of Southern California School of Architecture discusses the inherent political implications of architecture.

August 14, 2019

Recorded on June 24, 2019.

Milton S. F. Curry, dean and professor at the University of Southern California School of Architecture, gave the inaugural Annual Meeting Address at The Architectural League’s 2019 Annual Meeting.

Curry’s practice explores the relationship between cities, race, class, and modernity. In this lecture, he urges architects to use their skills to help address social inequity and distribute the world’s resources more fairly.

Paul Lewis, a partner at LTL Architects and president of The Architectural League, delivers an introduction.


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