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Lecture by Frederic Schwartz, Schwartz Architects (UC Berkeley, 11/15)

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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... A lecture by Frederic Schwartz, A.B. Arch. 73, Schwartz Architects, New York, has been added to the Architecture Lecture Series, on Monday, November 15,
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      ----- Forwarded by Asha Weinstein/SJSU on 11/10/2004 12:13 PM -----

      A lecture by Frederic Schwartz, A.B. Arch. '73, Schwartz Architects, New
      York, has been added to the Architecture Lecture Series, on Monday,
      November 15, 12 Noon, 112 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley.
      *
      Just back from China, Frederic Schwartz, A.B. Arch '73 is working on one
      of
      the world's largest's projects, an international competition for the
      Shanghai World Expo 2010 Master Plan. Schwartz was founder of the THINK
      team, whose Master Plan for the World Trade Center site received worldwide
      popular support and coverage. THINK Baghdad was recently selected for the
      design of the Master Plan of the International Trade Center in Baghdad. In
      June, Schwartz Architects completed Knoll's new 60,000 sf headquarters and
      showroom in New York. Knoll shares the same address with advertising giant
      Deutsch NY Inc., where Donald Trump remarked about the 150,000 sf Schwartz
      design: "This is great space!" when used for the first episode of "The
      Apprentice." This spring at NEOCON, Deutsch's LA Inc. offices were named
      one of the "Ten Best Interiors of the Decade." Ongoing projects include:
      The Santa Fe Railyard Park, winner of a national design competition in
      collaboration with landscape architect Ken Smith and artist Mary Miss;
      winning metro area competition for 500,000 sf of green and affordable
      housing in Harlem; winning design in an international competition, for the
      new, $135 million, Staten Island Ferry Terminal at the tip of Manhattan
      and
      "the Rising" winning design for the Westchester County 9/11 Memorial.
      *
      * -end-




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