Join us for a conversation with Beth Dunlop and Terence Riley as they discuss PAMM’s Herzog & de Meuron-designed building and the potential architecture has within the development of cultural facilities.
A writer and editor who lives in Miami Beach. She is currently an Alicia Patterson Fellow, writing about the environmental, cultural, and architectural consequences of overbuilding.
Riley is currently a partner of both K/R—an architectural firm—and Parallel—a new venture that combines curatorial and design expertise. From 2006 until 2010, Riley was director of MAM (now PAMM) where he led the institution through a transformative process of planning a new waterfront facility.