About the Series
As part of the Knowlton School’s commitment to bringing the highest level of design thinking to its students and the community at large, the Baumer Lecture Series invites prominent researchers and practitioners of architecture, landscape architecture, and city planning to present their work in a variety of areas. These lectures offer technical, cultural and theoretical understanding of the contemporary built environment and represent the contemporary and future state of the art in design thinking.
The Baumer Lecture Series is made possible from support provided by the Herbert Baumer Fund. The fund was established by professor emeritus Herbert Baumer, FAIA, to provide enrichment of the professional educational opportunities offered by the School of Architecture, and specifically, for the provision of seminar leaderships or lectureships by outstanding members of the architectural and related professions.