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Eric Lawler

Eric Lawler

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

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Architecture-adjacent writer/designer. Los Angeles, CA.

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Eric's Featured Articles on Archinect

SoAT Cannot Close Part II: How Students and Faculty Were Silenced, Wed, Mar 25 '20

Continuing Archinect’s ongoing coverage of the closing of the School of Architecture at Taliesin (SoAT), Archinect spoke with a current first-year SoAT student, Alex Martinec. This interview comes in light of the recent letter from Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s CEO Stuart Graff outlining ...

SoAT Cannot Close Part II: How Students and Faculty Were Silenced
 

The School of Architecture at Taliesin Cannot Close: Testimonies From Recent Graduates, Thu, Mar 12 '20

Archinect has collected responses from several School of Architecture at Taliesin (SoAT) students in light of recent events at the schools. The responses highlight the self-built pavilions SoAT students are expected to complete as part of their final thesis project.

The School of Architecture at Taliesin Cannot Close: Testimonies From Recent Graduates
 

Leong Leong on the Power of Slowness, Weird Aesthetics, and Family in Architecture, Tue, Feb 11 '20

Rushing to found a firm may seem like a good idea for those looking to keep their creative naivete, but as proven by New York City-based practice Leong Leong, patience and deliberately planned growth pays off. Just over 10 years since its founding in 2009, the small office has already ...

Leong Leong on the Power of Slowness, Weird Aesthetics, and Family in Architecture
 

Second Home Hollywood Offers A Genuine Approach to Coworking Post-WeWork, Fri, Nov 22 '19

If American fast-food chains expanding to the furthest corners of the planet was the most widespread symptom of globalization in the 90s and aughts, for us in the late 2010s, the coworking space might represent a contemporary analogy. Any major city on the planet right now—if it’s a node ...

Second Home Hollywood Offers A Genuine Approach to Coworking Post-WeWork
 

Size Matters: A Conversation on Storefront for Art and Architecture’s History with Founder Kyong Park, Wed, Oct 23 '19

For art and architectural venues, growth is a commonly accepted measure of success. As the story usually goes, an upstart museum or gallery begins life small and then, with enough reputation and investment capital, gets a larger and larger space; with expansion and higher ticket sales comes the ...

Size Matters: A Conversation on Storefront for Art and Architecture’s History with Founder Kyong Park
 

Employment 

Eric Owen Moss Architects, Culver City, CA, US, Project Designer

Nov 2019 - current
 

Kevin Daly Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Junior Designer

May 2018 - Sep 2019
 

Morphosis Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Intern

May 2017 - Mar 2018
 

Bureau Spectacular / Jimenez Lai, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Designer

May 2016 - Apr 2017
 

Mark Foster Gage Architects, New York, NY, US, Design Intern

May 2015 - Aug 2015
 

Education 

Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Aug 2012 - May 2016
 

Areas of Specialization 

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