José Oubrerie, Atelier Wylde-Oubrerie
Architecture with and without Le Corbusier
F 23 September 2016
5:00pm | Talk with José Oubrerie | Miller Gallery (map)
6:00pm–8:00pm | Reception | Miller Gallery
Co-sponsored by the Hans Vetter Memorial Lecture and the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
Architecture with and without Le Corbusier is on view through 13 November at the Miller Gallery.
JOSÉ OUBRERIE is Professor Emeritus at the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University. An internationally renowned French architect and protege of Le Corbusier, Oubrerie was the project architect for the Saint-Pierre de Firminy Church, seeing the final design through to completion in 2006. Other projects include the French Cultural Center in Syria, the Miller House in Kentucky, and the Chapel of the Mosquitoes in New York. Oubrerie is Honorary AIA, author of the recently released ‘Architecture With and Without LeCorbusier’, and is currently visiting professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This talk is presented as part of Architecture with and without Le Corbusier, on view at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University through 13 November.