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October 14, 2019 5 p.m.Location: Architecture Building, Room 100
MALL’s recent work includes a single-family residence constructed out of cross-laminated timber (CLT), a mid-rise tower that resembles a sandwich, and an urban development for a small lot located in Atlanta, Georgia. The work can be described as pictorially graphic and out of place and playfully challenges the production of architecture through representation, materiality and color.
During the lecture, Bonner will touch upon these learning objectives: 1) describe the design process for the innovative CLT single-family residence; 2) thorough explanation of structural joints, connections, panel sizes; 3) the construction technique, wall assembly, and vapor barrier in CLT walls and roof; 4) the shipping logistics and the install sequence in CLT construction. This lecture is approved for 1 CEU by AIA and LA CES. Unable to attend, connect via LiveStream on October 14 at 4 p.m.
About the speaker: Jennifer Bonner is Associate Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Director of MALL, a creative practice for art and architecture. MALL (Mass Architectural Loopty Loops) is interested in an intellectual project and is committed to projects that re-appropriate history, hack typologies, reference cultural events, and invent representation.
Born in Alabama, Bonner attended Auburn University’s Rural Studio and Harvard GSD where her projects received an AR Award for Emerging Architecture and the James Templeton Kelley Prize. As a recipient of Emerging Voices Award (AIA/ Young Architects Forum), Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award and Next Progressives (Architect Magazine), her creative work has been published in architectural trade journals including: Architect, Architectural Review, Architectural Record, Wallpaper, and Metropolis, as well as more experimental publications. Source: https://www.gsd.harvard.edu/person/jennifer-bonner/