Kai Uwe-Bergmann to Speak at the Dallas Architecture Forum on April 26

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On April 26, The Dallas Architecture Forum will present a not-to-be-missed opportunity to hear from world-renowned architect Kai-Uwe Bergmann. Bergmann is managing partner of award-winning Bjarke Ingels Group Architects in New York City and Copenhagen, Denmark – largely regarded as one of the world’s most innovative architecture firms.

A global lecturer, Bergmann’s projects include Central Asia’s first Carbon Neutral Master Plan – Zira Island in Baku, Azerbaijan. He serves as a visiting critic at numerous institutions, as well as on the board of the Van Alen Institute, a nonprofit architectural organization dedicated to improving design in the public realm. Bergmann is also a gifted glass maker.

“As Managing Partner of BIG Architects, Kai Uwe Bergmann provides major guidance for this leading international firm,” said Nate Eudaly, Executive Director of The Dallas Architecture Forum. “As one of the leading and most innovative architecture firms in the world, Kai-Uwe’s lecture should inspire attendees as they hear about key projects BIG is doing including the prestigious Serpentine Pavilion in London, the international headquarters for Google, and Two World Trade Center.”

Lecture Details

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

7:00 pm (Reception and check-in from 6:15 – 6:55 pm)

City Performance Hall, Dallas Arts District

Admission is free for Forum members, $20 for general admission, and $5 for students. No reservations are necessary and tickets are available at the door.

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