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Luc Wilson and Lindsey Wikstrom

Tue, Mar 9    7pm

Pre-projective Materials

Lindsey Wikstrom is an architectural designer, researcher, and educator based in New York. Her research on supply chains, embodied energy, collective housing, and equirectangular projection have been published most recently in Faktur, Urban Forum, and exhibited at the Milan Triennale, among others. She has contributed to a number of practices and projects, big and small, working with teams at Marwan Al-Sayed Architects, Wendell Burnette Architects, Aranda\Lasch, The Living, Who Builds Your Architecture?, and Studio Gang Architects. Lindsey received the SOM Traveling Fellowship in 2016 and holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University GSAPP, graduating with the Charles McKim Prize for Excellence in Design.

The Smart(er) City: Using Computational Design to Develop Performance Based Zoning

Luc Wilson is a director at Kohn Pedersen Fox and leads KPF Urban Interface (ui.kpf.com,) which is focused on computational design, technology development and data analytics. The UI team has worked on over 400 projects globally ranging from master plans to rezonings to supertall towers. His work and research has been published in both academic and popular publications from Architectural Science Review and the Economist to Wired and the New York Times. Luc is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP and previously was an Adjunct Course Advisor in the Center for Data Science at NYU, and at Cornell University teaching an architectural studio.

Organized by the M.S. Advanced Architectural Design program as part its Techno-Critical Assemblies lecture series.