Gastdozent, 08. - 16. Dezember 2011
Miguel Luengo Angulo is Master Architect graduated with distinction (Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, 2006) and DEA (Universidad Europea de Madrid, 2009). He teaches History of Modern and Contemporary Architecture and Critical Architecture at Universidat Europea de Madrid (UEM) since 2007. He is currently writing his Phd thesis about the Form of Architecture.
He has been awarded Finalist in VETECO International Thesis Project Competition with his Fun Palace in Azores Islands (2008), 2nd Prize and construction commission in International Competition for the Oman Botanic Garden (2009, as Lead Architect and currently under construction)*, Runner-up in International Competition for a Guest Information and Sales Centre at the Al-Ain Zoo (Abu Dhabi, 2009)*, Finalist in the Future Skyscraper International Competition and edition at the Interior Design Show West in Vancouver (2011) of EVOLO SKYSCRAPERS BOOK.
At the Universidat Europea de Madrid he has been commissioned for the architectural academic trips of Le Corbusier (1887 - 1965) and Alvar Aalto (1898 - 1976) in 2010 and 2011 respectively, to be edited shortly by the UEM. He has published articles like"Paradoxical material" (www.arquiboox.com September 2011) and presented papers like "Trips araound Le Corbusier" (UEM, March 2010), "The Grand Tour as a learning process" (8th Congress of University Innovation Journeys, UEM, Juli 2011) and will lecture at the 8th International Congress of Modern History at Universidad de Navarra (UNAV) with title "ARCHIGRAM. Strangeness as a critical architecture vehicle" (May 2012).
He has designed and completed several buildings of different scales from Madrid to Arabia and is currently leading industrialized and open-prefab projects for today´s dwelling needs.
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Dr. Mark Morris, Cornell University
IAAD Sommersemester 2008:
Model Agency: Object Lessons and Theories
Mark Morris teaches architectural design and theory at Cornell. Winner of an AIA Medal for Excellence in the Study of Architecture, he trained at the Ohio State University and took his doctorate at the London Consortium supported by a Royal Institute of British Architects grant. He previously taught at the Bartlett, Architectural Association and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. As a Research Fellow, he helped organize a summer school program at Tate Modern examining aspects of urban imagery and infrastructure. Marks essays have featured in several art and architecture periodicals including Frieze, Contemporary, Cabinet, AD and Domus. He is author of Models: Architecture and the Miniature (Wiley, 2006), Automatic Architecture: Designs from the Fourth Dimension (Globally Boundless, 2006), and hosts the iTunes podcast series, Architecture on Air. His research focuses on architectural models, scale and questions of representation. Other research interests include edible architecture, narrative, music as heuristic device and cycloramas. He is Post-Graduate Coordinator of M.Arch. II, M.A. and Ph.D. Programs at Cornell Universitys College of Architecture, Art and Planning.