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IAAC Winter Lecture Series 2015
Tuesday 27th of January 2015
Dave Pigram
Lecture: Experiments in Design and Fabrication
@ 13.00, IAAC Auditorium
Open to the Public

Dave Pigram is a designer, researcher and educator relocated to Sydney after 6 years living and working in New York. He holds a Master of Science in Advanced Architecture from Columbia University. His research currently focuses on the use of computation to increase the number and quality of feedback loops between design and fabrication.
Dave has worked for Studio Daniel Libeskind and has taught at Columbia University, the Architectural Association, Princeton University, TU Delft, Aarhus School of Architecture among many others. His work has been shown at the Centre Pompidou, UN Habitat World Urban Forum, the National Museum of Australia, the Gallery of Australian Design, AIA National Headquarters as well as in Lisbon, Paris, Florence, Venice, New York, Los Angeles, Beijing, Lexington, Melbourne and Auckland.
Currently the Director of the Master of Advanced Architecture program at the University of Technology, Sydney [UTS], Dave has been living in Switzerland for the last six months as visiting faculty at the Block Research Group, ITA, ETH Zurich.
He played a viking in what was the largest Bollywood film ever made.