Mark your calendars for this Wednesday, February 16! The AIAS Lecture Series will be hosting Brad Samuels from Situ Studio at 8pm in the O-House Ballroom. This lecture is one not to miss out on so make sure you’re there.
Situ Studio was founded in 2005 in Brooklyn, New York, while its five partners were studying architecture at the Cooper Union. Concentrating on research, design and fabrication, the firm utilizes emerging technologies at the intersection of architecture and a variety of other disciplines. Recent projects include the design and fabrication of a series of analytical models for the Guggenheim Museum’s exhibition Frank Lloyd Wright…: From Within Outward. Other projects include the design and fabrication of the Solar Pavilions 1-3, which were installed at the CitySol Festival in New York City and were also deployed in Brooklyn and Miami over the past three years. In 2006, the firm received the Award for Excellence in Design, by the Art Commission of the City of New York. Situ Studio has exhibited work at the AIA Center for Architecture, Van Alen Institute and the Fordham University Gallery at Lincoln Center . Situ Studio’s projects have been published in The New York Times, Architectural Record, LOG, C3, Surface,The Architect’s Newspaper, Interior Design, MARK, and 30,60,90. The partners have taught at Pratt Institute, GSAPP, Columbia University and give workshops and lectures internationally.
Bradley Samuels is one of Situ Studio’s five founding members. He holds a B.A. from Vassar College in Art History and a B.Arch from the Cooper Union School of Architecture. Bradley has been a guest critic at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and has taught at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University.