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Architect, Artist, Engineer, Santiago Calatrava Offers Magill Lecture

Santiago Calatrava, world-renowned architect, artist, and engineer, describes architecture as "reproducing, in a controlled way, the natural," during the 2003 Magill Lecture Series in Science, Technology, and the Arts, founded by Frank N. Magill (SEAS '34). The series is an ongoing exploration and a celebration of the pioneers who bridge the gap between artistic and scientific endeavors.

Zvi Galil
 
Zvi Galil

Calatrava Represents the Synergy of Art, Science and Technology that Inspired Magill, Says Dean Galil
Zvi Galil, dean of the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, cites Santiago Calatrava as representing the "synergy of art, science, and technology" that inspired Frank Magill to found this lecture series.

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Santiago Calatrava
 
Santiago Calatrava

Calatrava Describes Architecture as Reproducing, in a Controlled Way, the Natural
Santiago Calatrava, world-renowned architect, artist, and engineer, describes architecture as "reproducing, in a controlled way, the natural," and explains the importance of successfully blending natural and man-made environments. He also comments on and analyzes some of his own work.

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Shot: May 31, 2003
Published: Jul 07, 2003
Last modified:Mar 17, 2004