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IoA Diploma Presentations, June 23+24, 2021

IoA Diploma Presentations, June 23+24, 2021

Jury: Greg Lynn (Head), Matthias Boeckl, Klaus Bollinger, Mario Carpo, Brian Cody, Cristina Diaz Moreno, Efrén Garcia Grinda, Baerbel Mueller, Karin Raith, Hani Rashid

External guest: John McMourrough

22/06/21

Final Reviews at Studio Greg Lynn, June 21, 2021

Final Reviews at Studio Greg Lynn, June 21, 2021

Guests: Brennan Buck, Linda Roy, Michael Young, Elena Manferdini, Gisela Baurmann

18/06/21

Final Reviews at Studio díazmoreno & garcíagrinda, June 18, 2021

Final Reviews at Studio díazmoreno & garcíagrinda, June 18, 2021

Guests: Gerald Bast, Baerbel Mueller, Bernhard Steger , Georgine Zabrana, Pia Hlava, Araminta Perlinger, Mara Reinsperger, Raimund Gutmann, Silja Tillner, Roland Krebs, Lukas Allner, Galo Moncayo, Karin Raith, Bernhard Sommer


17/06/21

Final Reviews at Studio Hani Rashid, June 14/15, 2021

Final Reviews at Studio Hani Rashid, June 14/15, 2021

Guests: Lise Anne Couture, Thomas Leeser, Bika Rebek, Henry Smith-Miller, Kivi Sotamaa

13/06/21

IoA Sliver Lecture by Mae-ling Lokko, June 10, 7pm

IoA Sliver Lecture by Mae-ling Lokko, June 10, 7pm

via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/93351608617
via YouTube

Mae-ling Lokko is a designer and architectural scientist from Ghana and the Philippines whose work centers on the upcycling of agrowaste and biopolymer materials.
Lokko holds a Ph.D. and Masters of Science in Architectural Science from the Center from Architecture, Science and Ecology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and B.A from Tufts University. Her research aims to codevelop business models for upcycling between the Global North and South and evolves material life cycle design criteria to meet generative justice criteria. Currently, she serves as the Director of the Building Sciences Program and an Assistant Professor at Rensselaer’s School of Architecture. Lokko is the founder of Willow Technologies Ltd., an integrated life cycle design company, based in Accra, Ghana.

Her work has been nominated for the Visible Award 2019, Royal Academy Dorfman Award 2020 and she was a finalist for the Hublot Design Prize 2019. Lokko’s recent projects have been exhibited globally at the Somerset House (2020), Serpentine Gallery, London (2019), Radialsystem, Berlin (2019), Luma Foundation, Arles (2019), 4th Istanbul Design Biennial (2018), Rhode Island School of Design (2018), Royal Institute of British Architects-North as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2018 and at the Mmofra Foundation, Accra (2017-present).

Mae-ling-Lokko © Shannon-Straney

05/06/21

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