Sebastian Schmaling / Johnsen Schmaling Architects

AIA-Columbus Design Awards
November 13, 2013 - 5:30pm

Sebastian Schmaling will present a lecture in Knowlton Hall’s Gui Auditorium at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 13. The lecture is free and open to the public. Schmaling's lecture is the keynote address of the annual AIA Columbus Design Awards competition and is sponsored by AIA Columbus.

Schmaling, AIA, LEED AP, is a founding partner of Johnsen Schmaling Architects, a design and research studio whose work has garnered critical acclaim for its conceptual clarity, formal discipline, astute detailing, and an unequivocal commitment to architectural innovation and environmental sustainability. In 2008, Schmaling and his partner, Brian Johnsen, received the Emerging Voices award from the Architectural League of New York, and Architectural Record featured the office in its 2011 Design Vanguard issue as one of ten “exceptional global architecture studios to watch.” Residential Architect selected the office for its 2012 Top Firm Award, praising the “stoic brilliance” permeating Johnsen Schmaling’s body of work, which has garnered over 70 professional design awards, including national honors from the American Institute of Architects and an Annual Design Review Award from Architect magazine.

Johnsen Schmaling’s projects and texts have been included in numerous books and featured in design publications in more than 25 countries, including Architectural Review, Metropolis, Architectural Record, Architect, Dwell, Detail, Harvard Design Magazine, Azure, Plan, GreenSource, Competition, Modernism, Architectural Lighting, Frame, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In addition to his practice, Schmaling has lectured widely on Johnsen Schmaling’s work and is regularly invited to teach at architecture schools around the country, most recently as a visiting professor at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Toronto.

Schmaling holds a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University where he graduated with distinction in 2002; a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1996, and a Dipl. Ing. Architekt, from Technische Universität Berlin, 1994.


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