Architecture, Sacred Space and the Challenge of the Modern:
A Lecture by Paul Goldberger
Wednesday, November 18, 7pm
Trinity Church, Copley Square
Paul Goldberger is one of the world's most distinguished writers in the field of architecture and urban design. He has been architecture critic at The New Yorker since 1987, following a 25-year career as architecture critic at The New York Times, where he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1984 for his architectural criticism.
Paul's talk will include discussion of his two new books (which he will signing after the lecture): Why Architecture Matters (Yale University Press, 2009) and Building Up and Tearing Down- Reflections on the Age of Architecture (Monacelli Press, 2009).
Tickets: $25. Available at The Shop at Trinity (206 Clarendon St., Boston) or by phone 617.536.0944.225. Questions: 617.536.0944 x217 or email@example.com