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Nantucket Preservation Symposium Keynote Speech

June 6th, 2018

Paul Goldberger gives his perspective on preservation on Nantucket. Part of a three-day Symposium event focused on Nantucket’s Golden Age architecture, interiors, and landscapes.

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On Vincent Scully: Architecture and the Power of Language

February 9th, 2018

From Yale University Art Gallery: Join architecture critic Paul Goldberger for a lecture on the legendary art historian Vincent Joseph Scully, Jr. (1920–2017), the Sterling Professor Emeritus of the History of Art and Architecture at Yale University. Goldberger pays particular attention to the relationship between architecture and the word in Scully’s work, as well as to Scully’s poetic use of language to forge an emotional connection to architecture. Goldberger is introduced by Deborah Berke, Dean and Professor, Yale School of Architecture.

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Jane Jacobs Centennial Lecture

September 26th, 2016

From The Center of The Living City: Paul Goldberger on the world, work and legacy of urbanist and activist Jane Jacobs.

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Episode 5: Lawsuit- Paul Goldberger, Louis Cherry and Marsha Gordon

November 6th, 2018

The fifth episode of US Modernist Radio featuring Paul Goldberger, Louis Cherry and Marsha Gordon talking about the lawsuit that threatened to stop the construction of architect Louis Cherry and his wife’s newly designed gorgeous house in Raleigh.

Reinier de Graaf and Paul Goldberger on the State of Architecture Today

May 3rd, 2018

92Y On Demand: Join architecture critic Paul Goldberger along with architect and author Reinier de Graaf (OMA) for a conversation about Reinier’s book Four Walls and a Roof.  Acclaimed among the best books of 2017 by the Financial Times and the GuardianFour Walls and a Roof brings together a collection of essays that debunk the myths that Reinier identifies to be looming over the profession of architecture. They will discuss the current state of the profession and the role that architects play in today’s society, looking at how community and citizen participation impacts this role, how smart technology infiltrates architecture and what the fascination for smart cities may bring about.

The Life and Work of Frank Gehry: A Conversation with Frank Gehry and Paul Goldberger

November 12th, 2015

The Leonard Lopate Show, New York Public Radio: Legendary architect Frank Gehry discusses his life and work, alongside his biographer, Pulitzer Prize–winning architectural critic Paul Goldberger,who wrote Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry.

They spoke to Leonard about Gehry’s education in architecture in Los Angeles, how Japan inspired him, and why he hired a human rights lawyer to oversee his work in Abu Dhabi. When discussing his outlook on architecture, Gehry told Leonard “all great buildings are one room.”

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