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    May 11th, 2015: "From Pulsation to Feedback" Lecture by Eric Goldemberg of MONAD Studio

    By UTokyoADS
    May 8, '15 7:16 AM EST

    On May 11th, 2015, we are very fortunate to have Eric Goldemberg of MONAD Studio join us for a lecture event.  

    It will be held at ADS Studio Room 415, Hongo Campus, at 16:00~17:30.

    *Open to public, please feel free to join.

    MONAD Studio was founded in 2002 by Design Principals Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg. 

    MONAD Studio is an award-winning architecture practice focused in spatial perception related to rhythmic affect, with explorations ranging from the scale of urban plans to buildings, and from landscape to installations and product design. 

    MONAD Studio’s designs highlight the range and complexity of sensations involved in constructing rhythmic ensembles at all scale sof the urban experience. The work of MONAD Studio has been published in The New York Times, Architectural Record, World Architecture (China), ‘Architecture in Formation’ book, ‘[En]Coding Architecture’ book, ‘Architecture Xenoculture’ book, 'Digital Diagram II' book, Conditions Magazine (Norway), i4Design (Chicago), Future Arquitecturas (Spain), Miami Herald, Florida InsideOut (Miami), Design Book Magazine (Miami), Summa+ (Argentina), Evolo Magazine (L.A.) among other architecture journals. 

    MONAD Studio was one of the 5 finalists of the 2008 PS1-MoMA competition and the project was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. MONAD’s entry was also exhibited in New York at the PS-1 Contemporary Art Center – YAP 10th Anniversary show. The principals of MONAD Studio have lectured about their projects at very prestigious institutions worldwide, such as The Cooper Union (New York), Columbia University (New York), Architectural Association (London), Die Angewandte Kunst Wien (program in Cagliari), Politecnico di Milano (Milan), ETSAB (Barcelona), Iaac (Barcelona), MIT (Boston), University of Puerto Rico, MOCA (Miami), Wolfsonian Museum (Miami), University of Miami, University of Buenos Aires, Di Tella University (Buenos AIres). They are the authors of the book “Pulsation in Architecture” which highlights the range and complexity of sensations involved in constructing rhythmic ensembles. 

    Eric Goldemberg - Principal Designer Eric is an architect, with a professional degree from the University of Buenos Aires and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, New York. He worked for Peter Eisenman as Senior Designer for the City of Culture of Galicia, Spain as well as heading design teams in several competitions. He was also Project Architect for Asymptote Architecture (Hani Rashid & Lise Anne Couture) on projects in Malaysia, The Netherlands and the Guggenheim Museum in Guadalajara, Mexico. Eric Goldemberg is Associate Professor and Digital Design Coordinator at Florida International University in Miami where he teaches graduate studios and advanced digital design and fabrication courses. Previously he taught at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, New York Institute of Technology, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and University of Buenos Aires. 

    Veronica Zalcberg - Principal Designer She is an architect from Argentina, with a professional degree from the University of Buenos Aires and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. In New York, Veronica worked for United Architects (Greg Lynn, Alejandro Zaera Polo + Farshid Moussavi, Jesse Reiser + Nanako Umemoto, Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, Kevin Kennon and Imaginary Forces) on the prestigious World Trade Center Competition and ECB World Bank Competition. Zalcberg taught graduate design studios at Columbia University and New Jersey Institute of Technology.



     
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