Landscape historian Brandy Savarese discusses how architecture can facilitate human interaction. The talk addresses works of art in Spatial City as visual points of reference for imagining the built environment and how we move through it together. Savarese is the editorial director for a publishing imprint (Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago) that publishes architectural/landscape studies.
This event is in conjunction with Spatial City: An Architecture of Idealism.
Recorded Sunday, July 11, 2010 at Hyde Park Art Center.