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DATE: 1/17/2007  TIME: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

PLACE: Columbia University, Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue, New York City

EVENT TITLE: Rogue Cities - Messages from Pyongyang and Tehran

SPONSOR: School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

CONTACT INFORMATION: (212) 854-3414 (between 9am and 5pm EST


Stefano Boeri, born in 1956, is a Milan-based architect. He studied architecture in Milan and obtained his PhD in 1989 from IUAV in Venice. He is currently editor in chief of DOMUS magazine and teaches Urban Design at Milan Polytechnic. His studio in Milan (Boeri Studio) focuses on architecture and urban design. He has organized numerous interdisciplinary exhibitions as well as initiating various research projects, among which Uncertain States of Europe (USE) and Border Device(s), as well as the "Multiplicity" network . A Multiplicity installation, "Solid Sea," was exhibited at Documenta XI in Kassel in 2002.



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