An ongoing lecture series at Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design introduces undergraduate students to diverse perspectives on the design profession. In these wide-ranging conversations, Virginia Tech alumni from internationally renowned firms present on mentorship in the profession, current work and trends, unique design approaches and strategies, and more.
On Thursday, April 1, Ray Calabro, FAIA will host a virtual lecture on Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s design culture and approach to two distinct typologies– residences and academic makerspaces. Exploring recent and upcoming work – from a lakeside cabin in British Columbia to the adaptive re-use of a former campus art building – the conversation will highlight the appreciation of craft and the art of making that is intrinsic to our work.
Thursday, April 1, 2 pm EST
Zoom ID 540 231 7791
For more information on Architecture Thursdays at the Virginia Tech School of Architecture + Design, visit https://archtimeline.caus.vt.edu/