AUTUMN 2014 LECTURE SERIES - OCTOBER 22, 2014
Denials and Reproaches
Brian Bell | BLDGS, Atlanta, GA
Brian Bell, AIA, is Principal of BLDGS, Professor of the Practice of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been a Paul Rudolph Fellow at Auburn University. He received a Master of Architecture from Harvard University, where he was a John E. Thayer Scholar, and a BA in Architectural Studies (in 1989) from the University of Washington in Seattle. Brian grew up in Boise, Idaho - where he moved as a young boy after living in Hawaii, Kansas, Virginia, and Germany. Prior to founding BLDGS in 2006 (with Partner David Yocum), he taught and trained in Seattle, Rome, Boston, and Atlanta, concluding as a Senior Project Architect with Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects.
BLDGS is an architecture practice dedicated to the creation of inventive and enduring works of architecture and urban design. The firm believes that design excellence is achieved through an exceptionally detailed understanding of building form, spatial organization, the potential of program, an economy of means, and material innovation and constructability. They produce buildings that resonate with their environment, both natural and urban. They seek out the contrasts and complexities that develop through a process of direct interaction with clients.
All lectures are free and open to the public.
Continuing education and IDP credits are available for attendance.