Dialogues in Space: The Work of Wendell Burnette Architects
Wendell Burnette, FAIA will provide an insider’s view of his work and artistic process and share the compelling stories behind some of his projects in this free lecture. "Dialogues in Space: The Work of Wendell Burnette Architects" is presented in conjunction with ASU Art Museum's Art + Architecture Tour with Wendell Burnette.
About the architect:
Wendell Burnette is a self-taught architect with an internationally recognized body of work. Based in Phoenix for over 20 years, Burnette’s studio is concerned with space, light, context and community. Originally from Nashville, Burnette discovered the southwest desert as an apprentice at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West. He was a professor of practice at Arizona State University for more than 15 years and still teaches and lectures widely in the United States and abroad. His design philosophy is grounded in listening and distilling the essence of a project to create highly specific architecture that is that is at once functional and poetic.