AIA New York and the Center for Architecture host a panel discussion with recipients of the Arnold W. Brunner Grant, which supports advanced studies in any area of architectural investigation that contribute to the knowledge, teaching, or practice of the art and science of architecture. This evening’s talk will welcome 2019 recipient Richard W. Hayes, AIA, and 2020 recipient Lynnette Widder, moderated by Julia Walker, Associate Professor of Art History and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Binghamton University. The discussion will dive into the research of the two Brunner recipients, which largely focuses on post-World War II architectural practice in Europe.

Brunner Recipients:
Richard W. Hayes, AIA, Architect and Architectural Historian
Lynnette Widder, Associate Professor in Sustainability Management, Columbia University

Julia Walker, Associate Professor of Art History, Director of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Director of the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, Binghamton University