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Today, January 16, the eighth session of the 2011-2012 “The Appetizer” talk cycle took place, organized by IE School of Architecture at the Segovia campus. 

Manuel Pérez Romero gave a talk on “Gérmenes y arquitectura. O ¿de qué hablo cuando hablo del tiempo?” (Germs and architecture. Or, what am I talking about when I talk about the weather?). 

The event was organized by IE School of Architecture. “The Appetizer” are series that run for a second year and aim to bring students closer to the key forces that shape contemporary architecture. Recognized professionals and academics in the discipline will address specific issues that are near or tangent to the field of architecture. They use small presentations that are less formal and rigid than a normal conference. The lecture series is organized by the Associate Dean of External Relations at IE School of Architecture and executive director of the Pritzker Awards, Martha Thorne, and IE School of Architecture & Design academics, Julian García and Anna Mestre

Manuel Pérez Romero ofreció una charla sobre arquitectura en IE University 

Hoy, lunes 16 de enero, se celebró la octava conferencia del ciclo “El Aperitivo” de este curso 2011-12 en el campus de Segovia, organizada por IE School of Architecture. Manuel Pérez Romero ofreció la conferencia “Gérmenes y arquitectura. O ¿de qué hablo cuando hablo del tiempo?”. 

El ciclo “El Aperitivo”, que alcanza este curso su segunda edición,  pretende acercar a los estudiantes las claves que están configurando la arquitectura contemporánea. Reconocidos profesionales en ejercicio y estudiosos de la disciplina abordan temas puntuales, cercanos o tangentes al ámbito de la arquitectura a través de pequeñas presentaciones menos formales y rígidas que una conferencia normal.  

El ciclo de conferencias está organizado por la Vicedecana de Relaciones Externas de IE School of Architecture y directora ejecutiva de los premios Pritzker, Martha Thorne, y por los profesores de IE School of Architecture & Design, Julián García y Anna Mestre.

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