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Craig Scott / ISAR

Knowlton Hall Center Space
February 2, 2011 - 12:30pm

 

Craig Scott is an Associate Professor of Architecture at California College of the Arts and partner in IwamotoScott Architecture, a San Francisco-based architecture and design practice. As a practice committed to pursuing architecture as a form of applied design research, ISAr engages in projects at multiple scales and in a variety of contexts. These include full-scale fabrications, museum installations and exhibitions, theoretical proposals, design competitions and commissions. Each project is treated as a unique opportunity to achieve outstanding design quality regardless of project scope or scale.

The work of ISAr centers on amplifying the perceptual performance of architecture, establishing strong environmental and site relationships, and pursuing innovation in use of material and configuration of space. Ultimately, the work aims to produce an experiential synthesis of formal affect and spatial effect, while balancing specificities of context, economies of construction, particulars of program and desires of the client.

All lectures are free and open to the public.
This lecture will take place in the Knowlton Hall Center Space at 5:30 PM.

This event was cancelled. Weather conditions disrupted travel for our speaker. Plans to reschedule have not yet been announced.