Harry Cobb at Princeton’s School of Architecture

lecture | April 2019

In a wide-ranging talk illustrated by historical examples as well as his own work, founding partner Henry Cobb explored the variety of ways in which architecture contributes to the public realm through its “remarkable capacity to illuminate ambiguity, paradox, and contrariety.” His presentation was followed by a lively discussion with Thom Mayne of Morphosis. 

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