Conference of Architects for the Study of the Environment (CASE)
Dates of creation
Level of archival description
Extent and Medium
8 textual documents
3 tape reels
Scope and Content
This series contains materials related to Conference of Architects for the Study of the Environment (CASE) meetings. Founded in the early 1960s, CASE was an organization of American East Coast architecture schools that sought to create a dialogue on the state of architecture with a focus on architectural practice and teaching.
In 1964, Frampton participated in the first Princeton University CASE meeting, which is documented by the three tape reels in this series. Also included in this series are a program and invitations from Peter Eisenman for the CASE 8 meeting (1971) that was held at MoMA, New York. The invitations include a note with the names of who each invitation was sent to.