Poster of Current Topics in Architecture

Current Topics in Architecture 2020

It is a lecture series in Spring 2020 offered by all GIA faculty members to portray the landscape of critical and emerging topics in contemporary Architecture—i.e. Current Topics in Architecture. It is a required course for first-year master students so as to build up and expand their vision in this rapid-changing era.

Final Review week & Open Studio Fall 2019

Here is the schedule of the Final Review Week Fall 2019. And all the studio works will be presented to the public on Open Studio Day on the following Saturday. 1/2 (Thu.) 09:30 HA109Core Studio I (MArch I 1st-yr)Space of Automatum — Tien-Ling / Hsin-Yi Ho 1/6 (Mon.) 10:00 HA109Core Studio III (MArch 2nd Year)Green […]

12/16 Peter Russell Lecture

Peter Russell (TU Delft) Lecture The Big BIM Theory – Why digitization will save architecture and the planet Time|2019.12.16 (Mon.) 19:00-21:00 (Check-in starting at 18:30)Venue|JUT Lecture Hall Schedule 18:30-19:00 Entry (Waiting entry at 18:50)19:00-19:05 Opening Remark by Prof. David Tseng19:05-19:15 Introduction by Prof. June-Hao Hou19:15-20:15 Peter Russell Lecture20:15-21:00 Dialog and Q&A

Shape Computation and Shape Machine Symposium

Shape Computation and Shape Machine Symposium @ NCTU Time: 2019.12.14 (六) 09:00-17:00 Venue: HA105, Grad. Inst. of Architecture, NCTU Speakers: Athanassios Economou, Prof. Heather Ligler, PhD candidate Tzu-Chieh Kurt Hong, PhD student James Park, PhD student Introduction The symposium presents the current state-of-the-art of the Shape Machine, a new computational, visual and disruptive technology, to […]

12/9 Hwa-San Kwan Lecture

[GIA Talk] What is Architecture? How to conduct researches? Speaker: Hwa-San Kwan Ph.D. in Architecture, Michigan University Former Director of Dept. of Architecture, Tunghai University Time: Monday, December 9, 2019. 19:00~21:00

10/31 Thomas Daniell Lecture

[GIA Talk Lecture Series] An Anatomy of Influence: New Directions in Japanese Architecture Time: 2019.10.31 (四) 7-8:30pm Venue: HA105 Speaker: Thomas Daniell, Professor in Architecture Theory and Criticism About “Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism” in Kyoto University: As the increasing sophistication of design and construction technologies removes almost every limitation on what we build, there […]

10/7 Roy Lin Lecture

[YA Talk] Urban data & location intelligence: Value Proposition for Public Sector, Private Sectors, and General Public Speaker: Roy Yu-Ta Lin (MAUD, Harvard GSD) Co-Founder & CEO, CVI (Civic Intelligence), Shanghai Time/Date: 6:30~7:30, Mon., 10/7/2019 About the Speaker Roy Yu-Ta Lin is an architect, urban designer, and urban strategist. Roy holds a Master of Architecture in […]

Onoda Lecture Feature

Yasuaki Onoda Lecture, Nov. 17

GIA Talk Series Yasuaki Onoda Lecture: Pre-Design Thinking of Architecture—Something Required for Embodiment of Worthy Architecture 19:00-21:00, Mon., Dec. 17, 2018 Graduate Institute of Architecture, NCTU HA105 Yasuaki Onoda, Professor Department of Architecture, Tohoku University Visiting Professor, University of Hong Kong — 2015 Architectural Institute of Japan, Committee Member (Director of Enterprise) — 2013-15 Good […]