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Technology, Technique, Techné: Creation vs Contingency Lecture
Technology, Technique, Techné: Creation vs Contingency Lecture
February 17
5:30 P.M.

Free Admission

Join Texas Tech College of Architecture in this spring lecture series.

Starting the Serie is Architect Alvin Huang, AIA, NOMA a Los Angeles-based architect with a global profile. He is an award-winning architect, designer, and educator who explores the intersections between technology and culture to produce innovative design work that challenges convention and expresses universal values. He is a vocal advocate for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in design culture. His work spans all scales ranging from hi-rise towers and mixed-use developments to temporary pavilions and bespoke furnishings.

His design work has been published and exhibited widely and has gained international recognition with over 50 distinctions at local, national, and international levels including being selected as one of 50 global innovators under the age of 50 by Images Publishing in 2015, being featured as a “Next Progressive” by Architect Magazine in 2014, and being named one of Time Magazine’s 25 Best Inventors of 2013.

In this talk “Technology, Technique, Techné: Creation vs Contingency”, Alvin Huang, AIA shares the exploratory practice of his firm Synthesis Design + Architecture, an award-winning design research practice that leverages technology as a means to challenge convention and imagine alternatives through an idea-driven architecture where form follows performance.

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