Lecture: Hunting and Gathering: Tactical Urbanism, Collage Architecture
Torben Ostergaard is a partner of 3XN, one of the leading architectural firms in Denmark. Operating at the forefront of architectural practice in northern Europe, 3XN is known for the creation of innovative buildings operating at the nexus between design, program, technology and context.
Marc Fornes is the principal and founder of THEVERYMANY, a New York based design studio and research forum that engages the intersection of architecture and art with computer science, emphasizing building and fabrication as a testing ground for digital design. His geometrically complex and algorithmically-produced prototypes have been exhibited worldwide and are part of the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou, the FRAC Centre, and the Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP).
Gregg Pasquarelli is the founding partner of SHoP, a New York based architectural firm with projects completed or underway on all four continents.
SHoP has set the standard for creative exploration in the field of architecture and modeled a new way forward with its unconventional approach to design.
Location: Cummings Lecture Theatre, School of Architecture
Cost: FREE - sponsored by Building Waterloo Region & Metrolinx
Anne Bordeleau, O’Donovan Director of the School of Architecture, invites alumni, students, friends and the community to a reception at the Cambridge campus to celebrate the illustrious teaching career of professor Donald McKay.
After the reception, there is an opportunity to hear professor McKay deliver “The Last Lecture”.
Registration includes light refreshments and one drink; cash bar thereafter.
This is not a pencil: The Thinking Hand After Computation