Mildred's Lane and The Mildred Complex(ity)
6:00 pm gathering at The Mildred Complex(ity)
6:30 pm at The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Krauss Recital Hall!
THE ROAD TO INVERCOE
War, Memory & the Landscape of Extinction
"In the landscape of extinction, precision is next to godliness."
- Samuel Beckett
Alastair Gordon is an award-winning critic and author who has written regularly about the built environment for the is an award-winning critic and author who has written regularly about the built environment for the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. His critically acclaimed books include Naked Airport, Weekend Utopia, Spaced Out, Unfolded and Wandering Forms. His essays have been published in numerous publications including Architectural Digest, Vanity Fair, Le Monde, Architectural Record, New York Observer, Interiors, House & Garden, Metropolis, and Dwell. He was Contributing Editor for architecture/design at WSJ., the Wall Street Journal Magazine (2008-2015), and wrote the popular "Wall-to-Wall" blog on the Journal's website. He launched a critical thinking/writing program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design in 2016-2017; served as Distinguished Fellow at the Miami Beach Urban Studios (FIU, 2014-2017); and was the inaugural speaker/visiting scholar for the Vincent Scully Memorial Seminar at the University of Miami School of Architecture in 2018. He currently serves as architecture critic for the Miami Herald and is Editorial Director of Gordon de Vries Studio, an imprint that publishes books about the human environment.
"Gordon's eye for the convergence of art, architecture and commerce is unerring."
- Publishers Weekly