Sat 5 March 2016 (15h00)

Rick Bell en conversation avec E. Huynh & J. Cottencin

A taxi driver, an architect and the High line , une architecture en mouvement :

Rick Bell en conversation avec Emmanuelle Huynh et Jocelyn Cottencin

Rick Bell, a New York architect, currently works as executive director in the Office of the Chief Architect of the NYC Department of Design and Construction, the largest municipal public works agency in the United States. Among his responsibilities at DDC is the assurance of design and construction quality as seen from the objectives of the Administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio, above all on the subjects of social equity, sustainability, resiliency and public health. Before his return to public service, Rick created and ran the Center for Architecture of the American Institute of Architects, a gallery and meeting space which has hosted lectures, debates, exhibitions, theater, film and, occasionally, dance. During fifteen years beforehand in the private sector, Rick designed numerous libraries, public schools and university structures. His work has been recognized with professional and civic awards, and he was recently designated Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.

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