GIA Talk: Jenny Wu
時間：2017.11.23 (四) 19:00~21:00
講者：Jenny Wu (Oyler Wu Collaborative)
Jenny Wu 簡歷
畢業於哥倫比亞大學文學系並且取得哈佛大學的建築系碩士學位。2001年在哈佛大學就讀時，贏得克利福得王(Clifford Wong Prize)住宅設計大獎，並也獲得提名斯基摩爾、歐文斯、美林(Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill) 旅遊獎學金。她曾擔任多家建築師事務所的專案建築師，其中包括位於紐約市 的古魯克曼梅勒(Gluckman Mayner Architects)建築研究事務所。她所出版的第一本書“建築基礎元素”是專門教授大一學生如何全方 位的建造裝置設計作品。目前任教於南加州建築學院(SouthernCalifornia Institute of Architecture; SCI-Arc) 的設計工作室。
Jenny is a partner at the Los Angeles based architecture firm, Oyler Wu Collaborative, which she founded in 2004 with Dwayne Oyler. The firm is recognized for its experimentation in design, material research, and fabrication, and was the winner of 2013 Design Vanguard Award from Architectural Record and 2017 The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize recipient. The firm was recently named by the New York Times as a one of the leaders in this generation primed to “lead” the profession.
Their recent completed projects include the competition winning project, The Exchange, for Exhibit Columbus, a 3D printing Culinary Lab in Los Angeles for 3D Systems, and a 16 story residential high rise in Taipei, Taiwan. The office was recently selected by the City of Los Angeles to design the LA River Bikeway and Greenway project, a large scale public project for the
City of LA. The office has won numerous design awards, including the 2013 Emerging Talent Award from AIA California Council, 2012 Presidential Honor Award for Emerging Practice from AIA LA, and 2011 Emerging Voices Award from the Architectural League in New York. They published two books, Pendulum Plane, in 2009, and most recently, Trilogy: SCI-Arc Pavilions, in 2014. In addition to her architectural practice, she also founded LACE by Jenny Wu, a line of 3D printed jewelry in 2014.
Jenny is a full time faculty at SCI-Arc and a visiting professor at the Harvard GSD. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and Masters of Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design.
YA Talk: Kristof Crolla
Kristof Crolla (高仕棠) is a licensed architect who combines his architectural practice LEAD with an Assistant Professorship in Computational Design at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, School of Architecture (CUHK).
He both trained and taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London (AA) and worked for many years as Lead Architect for Zaha Hadid Architects. After graduating Magna Cum Laude at Ghent University and practicing in Belgium, he moved to London in 2005 and attended the AA’s master program Design Research Laboratory (AA-DRL), from where his student work with team “Sugar Inc.” was exhibited at the 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale. He has been invited as a jury critic, lecturer and tutor in numerous institutions in Europe, China, Chile and South Africa and moved to Hong Kong in 2010 where he currently teaches and practices. He is the recipient of the Perspective 2012 40 under 40 Award.[:]