2013 Sally Walsh Lecture: Moving House / Jeanne Gang

2013 Sally Walsh Lecture: Moving House / Jeanne Gang

On March 26th, architect Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang Architects will discuss how housing can evolve in multiple ways to address contemporary challenges in "Moving House," delivered as the Rice Design Alliance's 2013 Sally Walsh Lecture at the The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Dedicated to "honoring Walsh’s groundbreaking foray into modern design by bringing cutting edge designers to Houston," the lecture is sponsored in collaboration with the Rice School of Architecture, the AIA Houston Chapter, and the Architecture Center Houston Foundation.

Gang is the founder and principle of Studio Gang Architects, an internationally renowned practice that has produced some of today’s most innovative and award-winning transformative architecture, including the design of Northerly Island, Solar Carve Tower, and Aqua Tower.

For more details of the upcoming lecture, click here.

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Cite: "2013 Sally Walsh Lecture: Moving House / Jeanne Gang" 25 Mar 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/349461/2013-sally-walsh-lecture-moving-house-jeanne-gang> ISSN 0719-8884

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