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A lively and provocative exploration of postmodern design, the most high-profile and controversial movement of the 20th century, and the people and companies that shaped its development. Accompanied by images of postmodern architecture, objects and interiors, the discussion will highlight its politically-motivated rise, its explosive debut in the international marketplace, its precipitous decline and its resurgence in the forefront of contemporary style trends. The panelists will also discuss the current challenge of preserving iconic examples of postmodern architecture that are now endangered.
Judith Gura, Design Historian and Author, Postmodern Design Complete
John Krieskiewicz, Assoc.AIA, Architectural Historian, Assoc. Adjunct Professor, Parsons School of Design
Paul Makovsky, Chief Content Editor, Metropolis Magazine
Design Talks are open and free to all, but a reservation is required: RSVP.
This talk is part of Design Talks NYC and will take place at the Durst Organization on the 21st floor of 4 Times Square (enter at 151 West 42nd Street).