February 26, 2018 4 p.m.End:
February 26, 2018 5 p.m.Location: Architecture Building, Room 100
College of Architecture and Planning
Caroline O’Donnell presents Werewolf: Architecture of Change
Principal of Design at CODA and the Edgar A Tafel Associate Professor and director of M.Arch program at Cornell University.
Caroline O’Donnell is the Edgar A. Tafel Associate Professor and director of the M.Arch. program at Cornell University. She is the principal of the design practice CODA, and the winner of MoMA/PS1’s Young Architects’ Program in 2013 with the project Party Wall. Other recent projects include Urchin, a pavilion for the Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial in 2016; and Confluence, a bridge and boardwalk for Peterborough, New Hampshire. O’Donnell is the editor of the Cornell Journal of Architecture and former founding editor of Pidgin magazine. Her first book, Niche Tactics: Generative Relationships between Architecture and Site, was published in April 2015.
O’Donnell was born in Athlone, Ireland and raised there and in Derry, Northern Ireland. She received her B.Arch. from the Manchester School of Architecture, England and her M.Arch. from Princeton University. Before teaching at Cornell, O’Donnell taught at the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union and worked at KCAP Architects and Planners in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and at Eisenman Architects in New York City, where she was the project leader for several projects including the Hamburg Library and the Pompei Santuario Railway Station.
AIA and LA CES approved for 1 CEU.