May 5, 2011
Alan Dunlop to lecture, serve on Heintzelman Jury
Alan Dunlop, who recently finished a term as the Distinguished Victor L. Regnier Visiting Chair in Architecture in the College of Architecture, Planning and Design, is coming back to campus.
Dunlop, a fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland and the Royal Society of Arts, will give a lecture at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 5, in the Little Theater at the K-State Student Union. The lecture is free and open to the public.
"The lecture is titled 'A River Runs Through It,'" said Susanne Siepl-Coates, professor of architecture. "It will focus on the River Clyde that runs through Glasgow, the city where Alan Dunlop practices architecture. Dunlop will illustrate how the river has influenced everything this city was and is, and how his own work is situated in this context."
Following the lecture, Dunlop will also participate in the 2011 Heintzelman Jury, which will award the Heintzelman and Kremer Prizes. The Heintzelman Prize, named for J. Cranston Heintzelman, a longtime educator in the K-State department of architecture, recognizes outstanding individual design achievements by students in the final semester of the professional master of architecture degree program. The Kremer Prize, named after Eugene Kremer, a longtime member and head of the department of architecture, recognizes outstanding collaborative design achievements by students in the final semester of the professional master of architecture degree program.