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CAED Lecture Series - Resource Lists

This guide features selected resources on featured lecturers appearing at the Kent State College of Architecture and Environmental Design.

Selected Resources for:

Igor Siddiqui

Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture.

For lecture dates and times visit the Kent State CAED Lecture Series page.

Selected Books

Selected Articles

Selected Articles & Publications Availability
“An exhibition of Claude Parent’s drawings offers a close look at his angular architectures.” The Architect's Newspaper (July/August 2022) Online
Igor Siddiqui. 2020. “Slashed Interiors: Text/Space.” Interiority 3 (1): 5–20.  Full Text
Weinthal, Lois, Igor Siddiqui, and Ro Spankie. 2021. “Foreword ___room.” Interiors 11 (2–3): 89–90. Full Text
Igor Siddiqui. 2020. “Being There: International Studio Pedagogy in the Post-Digital City.” 107th ACSA Annual Meeting Proceedings, Black Box, February.  Full Text
“Dioramas.” Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture 8, no. 3 (2017): 169-178. Online
“Scye: Material Form Technique.” In 2015 TxA Emerging Design + Technology Conference Proceedings, 81-87. Austin: Texas Society of Architects, 2017. Online
Siddiqui, Igor. 2017. “Oblique Interior.” Interiors 8 (1–2): 8–15.  Full Text
“Edible.” International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design 4 (2016): 176-183. Online
Siddiqui, Igor. 2016. “Reporting from the 15th Venice Biennale of Architecture.” Texas Architect /Oc (5): 11. Print Only - Main Library
Siddiqui, Igor. 2015. “The Art in Architecture.” Texas Architect /Oc (5): 15. Print Only  - Main Library
Siddiqui, Igor. 2014. “Where’s the Architecture?” Texas Architect /Oc (5): 33. Print Only - Main Library
GLASS, TAMIE, KENDRA LOCKLEAR ORDIA, and IGOR SIDDIQUI. 2014. “Mas Moss: A Living Curtain.” Center: Architecture & Design in America, no. 19 (March): 116–19.  Print Only - Arch Library

Additional Resources

This guide was created with resources available through Kent State University Libraries or freely online. They were compiled by Samantha Hurst for the Joseph F Morbito Architectural Library in September 2022.