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Metropolitan Museum surveys the past year of architecture with daylong event

Panels and talks feature prominent architects and artists discussing their most recent projects

On Saturday, 12 November, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is hosting a daylong series of lectures, conversations and film screenings that examine the past year in architecture and design. The event, In Our Time: A Year of Architecture in a Day, includes speakers like Emanuel Christ of the firm Christ and Gantenbein (on their recent expansion of Kunstmuseum Basel), the photographer Wolfgang Tillmans (on his anti-Brexit poster campaign) and the architect Elizabeth Diller of Diller, Scofidio and Renfro (on the future of architecture in New York). Among the films is a tribute to the late Zaha Hadid, who died in March. It includes reflections on her work from architects like Norman Foster and Bjarke Ingels. The event is free with museum admission. Here are some of the projects that will be covered:

Ensamble Studio, Beartooth Portal, Structures of Landscape, Tippet Rise Art Center