Sarah Dunn + Martin Felson / Urban Lab

Gui Auditorium / Knowlton Hall
February 16, 2011 - 12:30pm
Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen founded UrbanLab in 2000. As a research-based architecture and urban design practice, UrbanLab offers that infrastructure can be hybridized, thereby leveraging a technically oriented project into one with cultural qualities.  Advancing ideas of infrastructural and ecological urbanism, UrbanLab proposes a hybridization of landscape, city, infrastructure and ecology that addresses contemporary public space and urban architecture.  As well as large-scale urban interventions, UrbanLab engages in smaller scale work to develop related ideas and test them through construction.

UrbanLab won the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows 2009 Latrobe Prize to pursue infrastructural and ecological urbanism research.  UrbanLab’s architecture and urban design projects have won recognition from the AIA and have been published in Architectural Record, Architecture, the New York Times, and Places.

All lectures are free and open to the public.
Unless noted, all lectures will be held in the Gui Auditorium (KN 250) at 5:30 PM.