Lec 27- 2012 Sally Walsh Lecture with Greg Lynn. 2012 Sally Walsh Lecture presented by Rice Design Alliance, The Rice School of Architecture, The Architecture Center Houston Foundation, and the American Institute of Architects -- Houston on April 3, 2012 at the Brown Auditorium in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Greg Lynn received a Bachelor degree in both Architecture and Philosophy from Miami University of Ohio in 1986 and a Master's of Architecture degree from Princeton University in 1988. His Dual degree has influenced how he envisions and relates to projects, writings, and teaching. He has gone to explore and innovate digital technology into the medium of design, and pioneer the fabrication of complex, functional and ergonomic forms using innovative machinery. Lynn is a Studio Professor at UCLA's School of Architecture and Urban Design where he is currently spearheading the development of an experiential research robotics lab. In addition, he is the Department Visiting Professor at Yale University. His studio, Greg Lynn FORM, works within and among multiple fields, partnering with companies such as BMW, Boeing, Disney and Imaginary Forces. His work has been exhibited and placed in permanent collections in major museums, including the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and New York's Museum of Modern Art. Lynn was named one of Time Magazine's 100 most innovative people in the world for the 21st century in 2001, won the Golden Lion at the 11th International Venice Biannale of Architecture in 2008, and most recently received a fellowship from United States Artists in 2010.
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