The Los Angeles Design Technology Forum, in association with the AIA|LA Technology in Architectural Practice Committee, is pleased to announce the fourth event in a monthly series focusing on the intersection of Design and Information Technology.


From Tectonic to Composite Design and Assembly

Greg Lynn

DATE: Thursday 15 July 2010,   FREE
TIME: Lecture 7pm,   6pm Wine and Cheese
WHERE: This event will be at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, DeCafe in Perloff Hall. Parking is $10, please see this link for information: parking map.
Post event libations and filler @ To be announced location

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In 2001, Time Magazine named Greg Lynn one of the 100 most innovative people in the world for the 21st century. He received the American Academy of Arts & Letters Architecture Award in 2003. In 2005, Forbes Magazine named him one of the ten most influential living architects. In 2008, he won the Golden Lion at the 11th International Venice Biennale of Architecture.

Greg Lynn is at the cutting edge of computerized design methodology and culture. The buildings, projects, publications, teaching and writing associated with his office have been influential in the acceptance and use of advanced technology for design and fabrication.

Greg Lynn is currently Ordentlicher Professor at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, the Davenport Visiting Professor at Yale University and a Studio Professor at UCLA where he is teaching a Suprastudio in collaboration with Disney Imagineering.

Fountain @ Hammer. Image courtesy of Greg Lynn Form

Bloom House interior. Image courtesy of Greg Lynn Form

HSBC @ Design Miami. Image courtesy of Greg Lynn Form



About the LADTF:

The Los Angeles Design Technology Forum is a collective organization representing a wide cross-section of architecture and engineering firms and academic institutions around the Los Angeles basin. It serves to increase awareness of technological innovations in design and construction, and to foster their application throughout the Los Angeles design community. By connecting a diverse audience of designers, engineers, builders and owners who have widely varying conceptions of technology in their work, we hope to create new opportunities for efficiency and creativity.

The Los Angeles Design Technology Forum is coordinated by Marty Doscher, Reg Prentice, Dennis Shelden, Randy Jefferson, and Kurt Komraus.

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