Primitives

Lecture

Joel Lamere, WIlliam O'Brien, Jr.

Date/Time
March 7, 2014 - 6:00 PM
Location
ARC 0204
Chamber, 2014

Lecture to coincide with the following exhibit:

March 7th, 2014 - 6 pm


CHAMBER, 2014

Art/Soc Atrium and Architecture Building
February 3-March 7, 2014
 
Opening Reception to follow lecture in Art/Soc Atrium
Starting February 17 Chamber will be open for interior visits from 9-9 M-F
Visit with a friend or during monitor hours to be posted here

 

Presented by Kibel Gallery with Architecture Program, Art Gallery, Department of Art, Honors College, Design | Cultures + Creativity

Speakers

Joel Lamere

Principal / Assistant Professor
GLD Architecture / Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Joel Lamere has been teaching core courses in architectural geometry, design and representation at MIT since 2007. He received his MArch from Harvard GSD, and has previously taught design and research studios at Northeastern University. He has been active in architectural practice in the Boston area, and continues independent research in developable surfaces and the fabrication of complex geometries.

WIlliam O'Brien, Jr.

Principal / Assistant Professor
WOJR / Massachusetts Institute of Technology

William O’Brien Jr. is Assistant Professor of Architecture at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning, and is principal of an independent design practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His practice was recently awarded the 2011 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers. Last year his practice was a finalist for the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, and was recognized as an inaugural winner of the Design Biennial Boston Award.