Monday, November 26, 2012
SoArch 2012 Fall Lecture: AvroKO
Monday, 26 November, 6:00pm, Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture
2012 Fall Lecture Series invites you to our next lecture:
Mon 26 November
Adam Farmerie and William Harris
'In order to draw a circle, you have to draw circles'
6:00pm Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
Introducing the AvroKO Interdisciplinary Award for Art and Architecture
Cosponsored by the CMU School of Art
Admission is FREE and open to the public, no food or beverages allowed in the theater.
AvroKO is equally adept at the varied disciplines of architecture, interiors, furniture, graphics, fashion, and art installations. AvroKO’s four partners - William Harris, Greg Bradshaw, Kristina O’Neal, and Adam Farmerie - each contribute a unique vision to the firm’s multifaceted design mission. The four principals first met in college at Carnegie Mellon University, Adam and Greg in the School of Architecture, and Kristina and William in School of Art; they joined forces to establish New York headquartered AvroKO in 2000.
The award winning design and concept firm is exceptional in its ability to deliver integrated design services encompassing a multitude of disciplines and creating thoughtful, provocative architecture, brands, products, and environments - from interiors to menus, lighting to uniforms, art installations to wine bottles - all rooted on a single, conceptual narrative. This uniquely versatile approach produces design connectivity - environments in which every element of a space relates to ever other element in that space, and to the soul of the concept.