Sep 5th 2017


James Wines will deliver a lecture, "Arch-Art - Conduit to Context," on Wednesday September 13 at 6pm in S. R. Crown Hall.

James Wines is an architect and artist, and President and founder of SITE, an architecture and environmental arts studio. SITE is internationally recognized for innovative buildings, public spaces, parks, interiors and product designs.

Wines is the winner of twenty-five art and architecture awards – including the 2013 National Design Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2011 ANCE International Architect Award (Italy) and 1995 Chrysler Award for Design Innovation. His projects for SITE have been the subject of twenty-one monographic books and honored by five retrospective exhibitions in the USA, Europe and Japan. His drawings are in the collections of thirty-five museums, including the Museum of Modern Art NY, Victoria & Albert Museum London and Centre Pompidou Paris. James is the author of seven books and a Professor of Architecture at Penn State University.

IMAGE: Liberty Landfill Plaza by James Wines