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Sargent Visiting Critic to lecture Sept. 28 at School of Architecture
Sargent Visiting Critic to lecture Sept. 28 at School of ArchitectureOctober 13, 2005Jaime Winne Alvarez email@example.com
Julie Eizenberg, the Sargent Visiting Critic in Syracuse University’s School of Architecture, will lecture Sept. 28 at 4:30 p.m., in Room 108 of Slocum Hall. Her lecture is free and open to the public. Public parking for the lecture can be arranged by calling Jeanne Riley in the School of Architecture at (315) 443-2255.
Eizenberg is founding principal architect of Koning Eizenberg Architecture (KEA), established in 1981. She is a licensed architect in California and Australia, and holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Melbourne, Australia, and a master’s in architecture from the University of California-Los Angeles. She teaches and lectures extensively throughout the United States and abroad, and serves on numerous award juries. She is a peer reviewer for the GSA Design Excellence program, recipient of the Association of Women in Architecture 2004 Design Excellence award and, together with Hank Koning and the KEA staff, has earned numerous awards, including the 2004 Residential Architect Firm of the Year.
In recent years, KEA has won two national competitions under her design direction: Chicago Public School Northside and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, which opened in 2004. As principal-in-charge, Eizenberg brings design vision and leadership to KEA’s effort and contribution to the team. Her experience in reconciling various community interests while maintaining design excellence is demonstrated in many consensus-building community-based projects involving cities, non-profit agencies, community groups and private developers.