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DEPAW Architectural Workshop: De Leon and Primmer

July 17, 2014 - 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm

WHERE:
Fath Auditorium
The Cincinnati Chapter of The American Institute of Architects Vision Lecture Series in collaboration with the Cincinnati Art Museum presents: Case Studies From a Regional Perspective, with Roberto de Leon and Ross Primmer.
 
Principals Roberto de Leon and M. Ross Primmer
established De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop
in 2003 as a design studio focusing on cultural and civic
environments. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, the studio
uses the contextual specicity of the region as an
open-ended opportunity for research and investigation.
This site-specic approach to design has led the studio
to explore local traditions of craft and fabrication,
ordinary materials, and passive strategies of sustainability
focused on sensitivity to site & climate rather
than specialized technological systems. The lecture will
present a selection of their work as a vehicle for
exploring architectural rigor within a range of contexts.
 
DPAW has been published in numerous design
magazines including Architectural Record, Architect,
Dwell, Wallpaper, Ecologik, Construire, Arquitectura Viva,
C3, Deco, Eco-Structure, and others. Their work has also
been featured in books by the Princeton Architectural
Press, Rizzoli, Verlaghous-Braun and Monsa. DPAW’s
work has been exhibited at the 2012 Istanbul Biennial,
the 2011 Beijing International Design Triennial, and
WOOD 2010 in Smaland, Sweden.
 
more information at:AIA Cincinnati Vision
 

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