The principal architects of the 9/11 Memorial, the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pa. and the Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Va., sit on the stage of the 9/11 Memorial Museum auditorium, reflecting on the relationship between architecture and remembrance.
Photo by Jin S. Lee

The Architecture of Remembrance

  • October 13, 2016
  • 7 to 8:30 P.M.
  • Auditorium

As part of Archtober, Architecture and Design Month in New York City, the principal architects of the 9/11 Memorial, the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and the Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Virginia, reflect on the relationship between architecture and remembrance, as well as the significance of place and public memory.
 

Speakers

    • Michael Arad, AIA, LEED AP, partner, Handel Architects LLP
    • Paul Murdoch, AIA, LEED, AP; president, Paul Murdoch Architects
    • Julie Beckman, partner, KBAS

Photos

  • Julie Beckman, partner, KBAS looks over her shoulder as she listens to panelists she shares the stage with.
  • Architect Michael Arad gestures with his hands as he makes a point to his fellow panelists on the stage of the 9/11 Memorial Museum auditorium.
  • Architect  Paul Murdoch gestures from the the stage of the 9/11 Memorial Museum auditorium.
  • Handel Architects LLP partner Michael Arad, Paul Murdoch Architects President Paul Murdoch, and KBAS partner Julie Beckman are onstage as they take part in the public program, The Architecture of Remembrance.
  • Handel Architects LLP partner Michael Arad, Paul Murdoch Architects President Paul Murdoch, and KBAS partner Julie Beckman are onstage as they take part in the public program, The Architecture of Remembrance.
Photos by Jin S. Lee

Video

Video: Public Program: The Architecture of Remembrance

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FULL PROGRAM