The Richard H. Driehaus Lecture: Maurice Culot


Location: 109 Walsh Family Hall of Architecture

Please join the School of Architecture for the Richard H. Driehaus Lecture from the 2019 Driehaus Prize laureate Maurice Culot. 

Maurice Culot is a Paris-based architect, urbanist, theorist and critic who was at the forefront of the creation of the modern traditional movement, influencing the thinking and practice of architecture for generations. 

A native of Charleroi, Belgium, Culot attended the prestigious L’École de la Cambre in Brussels. Upon graduating in 1964, he completed a residency at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West. From those experiences, he went on to pursue an academic career as a teacher and theorist whose writing has had far-reaching impact. Culot is president of ARCAS Architecture & Urbanism, with associate offices in Paris, Belgium and Poland. ARCAS focuses on the construction of new neighborhoods and urban extensions with designs rooted in the history and culture of the particular region.

Reception to follow.