Dan Wood_Lecture at Tyler_Architecture Temple University Philadelphia Spring 2010

Tyler_Architecture welcomes Dan Wood, who received his BA at the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters degree from Columbia University. Wood is an Adjunct Professor at Princeton University’s School of Architecture. He has taught at the TU Delft, the Cooper Union, Columbia University and the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University. WORK Architecture Company (WORKac) was founded in 2003 by Amale Andraos and Dan Wood. Based in New York, WORKac strives to develop architectural and urban projects that engage culture and consciousness, nature and artificiality, surrealism and pragmatism. WORKac is involved in projects at all scales, ranging from a master-plan for the new BAM cultural district in Brooklyn, to a single family villa in Inner Mongolia, China. Recent completed projects include the installation ‘Public Farm 1’ at PS1/MoMA and, the new headquarters for Diane von Furstenberg; current work includes the new Kew Gardens Hills Library in Queens, the extension of the Clark Art Institute at Mass MoCA, a new Children’s Museum for the Arts and the first Edible Schoolyard New York City with Alice Waters’ Chez Panisse Foundation. In addition, WORKac’s entry for the redesign of Hua Qiang Bei Road, Shenzhen, was recently awarded first place in an international competition.

Tyler_Architecture is brief for Tyler School of Art, Architecture Department, Temple University, Philadelphia. Spring 2010 lecture series was curated by faculty Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss and Alicia Imperiale and sponsored by Temple University. The video was recorded by Tyler_Architecture students Sarah Rushing and Scott Beegle and edited by Sarah Rushing.

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