Princeton University School of Architecture
A season of graduate architecture lectures called for posters that were challenging and above all, noticed.
The Colloquium: Architectures, Metaphors, Sciences pulled together a formidable lecture panel; this slate presented the opportunity to go heavy with visual metaphors. The imperfect club chair—seat of knowledge—with torn covering to entertain new thinking, the plasticity and fallibility of language in contrast to the finiteness of building, and the complex interconnectedness between the players, ideas, and their paths orchestrated for this event.
Tulips, spring, struggle, rain, diversity, structure, discord, and programming. What more would you want or truly need in a lecture series?