Prof. Dalibor Vesely




Dalibor Vesely teaches topics in Architectural History and Theory (Meaning and Modes of Architectural Representation) at PennDesign.

Dalibor Vesely was born in Prague where he studied Architecture and Art History.
He is a Director (Emeritus) of graduate studies in the department of architecture and member of Emmanuel College at the University of Cambridge.

His interests include the poetics and hermeneutics of architecture and his research and publications reflect a systematic attempt to restore the humanistic understanding of architecture. This is reflected in his award-winning publication Architecture in the Age of Divided Representation (MIT) winner of the 2005 CICA Bruno Zevi Book Award presented by the International Committee of Architectural Critics.


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