Presentation: Alessandro Camiz Director, International Centre for Heritage Studies, Girne American University, Adjunct professor University of Miami, School of Architecture Lecture: Eric Firley University of Miami, School of Architecture Friday, May 8th, 2015, 15.00-17.00, Millennium building, Senate hall Girne American University, Girne http://www.gau.edu.tr http://www.twitter.com/girneamerican http://www.facebook.com/girneamerican ambiguous cultural artifacts Urban masterplans Eric Firley is an architect and urban designer. After studies at the ETH Lausanne, the BauhausUniversity in Weimar and the London School of Economics, he worked for several years in the real estate business for Jones Lang LaSalle in Paris. Later on, he joined Yves Lion's office for housing projects, and John McAslan & Partners' urban design unit in London. In 2007 he founded a research consultancy for the built environment, based in Paris and London. Born in Duesseldorf of French and German nationality, he teaches since January 2011 as Assistant Professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture.
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