Ben Aranda, 6:30pm Monday 29 March-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, March 26, 2010

Ben Aranda, 6:30pm Monday 29 March

Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture 2010 Spring Lecture Series

Aranda\Lasch, New York
'Recent Work' 6:30pm Monday 29 March

Ben Aranda is principal of Aranda\Lasch, a New York based architectural studio investigating materials and structure through intuitive computing and conceptual scripting. Aranda\Lasch are 2007 recipients of the US Young Architects award and authors of the Pamphlet Architecture publication 'Tooling' exploring patterns generated by algorithmic codes. Projects include 'Grotto' a pavilion proposal for PS1, 'The Morning Line' a public sound structure created with collaborators Matthew Richie and Arup's Advanced Geometry Unit and '10-mile Spiral' a theoretical urban gateway to Las Vegas to be experienced at 55 mph, where you can play roulette, see a show and get married without ever leaving your car.

All events take place at the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh.

Series cosponsored by The Heinz Architectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art; we thank them for their continued generous support.

Lecture Series [Link]

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