Open to Onsite and Online Graduate and Undergraduate, Landscape Architecture & Interior Architecture
Architecture Tours and lectures, Los Angeles Concert Hall, Case Study Houses, Bradbury Building, 1883, Green and Green House, Morphosis Caltrans Building, Getty Museum in Santa Monica, by Richard Meier and MANY MORE!!
COST: Students pay their own way for travel and hotel stay.
****Students to arrange flights separately and Tour/Hotel costs will be approx. flight cost $150 or drive down to Los Angeles and meet with group in LA.
Along with 3 signed forms which Kirsten Kraft will have in the office or can email.
a) Participation contract
b) Liability waiver
c) Credit card authorization form in order for the travel agent to book your airfare/ hotel. The name in this form must match your passport and travel identification.
Please check out the potential scholarships that may help you with your studies.
- American Institute of Architects Minority/Disadvantaged Scholarship
- American Institute of Archtects Lakamp Scholarship
- Association for Women in Architecture Foundation Scholarship
- AAUW Silver Jubilee Scholarship (Jr/Sr/MFA women)
- Sausalito Woman’s Club Scholarship
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If STUDENTS have questions about financial aid, please encourage them to contact their designated Financial Aid Representative, listed in their Student Self-Service account. They can also drop in at our office at 150 Hayes Street, 4th floor any time Monday-Friday, 8am – 5:30pm.
Exhibition at 601 Brannan, 1st Floor Presentation Space featuring Saudi AAU Students
2 pm – 8 pm on April 30th
Georgina Huljich is co-principal of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, a design research architectural practice based in Los Angeles. P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S gained international recognition for its subtle approach to architecture, one that seamlessly integrates digital technology within an extensive consideration of form, novel tectonics and innovative materials. With a decidedly global influence and working across multiple scales, programs and cultures, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S completed projects in the US, South America and Asia. Their work was exhibited and published worldwide and is part of the permanent collections of SF MOMA, Chicago Art Institute and Vienna MAK Museum.
P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S received numerous prizes and awards including two AIA LA Honor Awards, an AIA National Design Review Honorific Mention; first prizes in the competitions for the SCI-Arc Graduation Pavilion, a Temporary Pavilion for MOCA, the Vertical Garden at the Schindler House, the New SCI_Arc Café and the third prize in the prestigious Young Architect of the Year Award. Most recently, the office was finalist for the Ordos Prize and the Iakov Chernikov Prize. In 2011, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S integrated the Emerging Voices Series of the Architectural league of New York, and was the recipient of the Arch is Award by the AIA LA Chapter. In 2013, Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich were the recipients of the prestigious United States Artists Fellowship. Their first comprehensive monograph entitled “Embedded” was published last year by ACDCU Beijing.
Georgina has previously worked for the Guggenheim Museum, the architectural firm Dean/Wolf architects in New York, and as a project designer at Morphosis in Los Angeles. She was the 2005-2006 Maybeck Fellow at UC Berkeley.
Both architect and educator, Georgina Huljich is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA.
This work is the invention of an aggregate component system that operates as a tectonic textile.The tectonic textile functions as a prosthetic at multiple scales. From the scale of the body, to landscape, and building, the system exhibits structural capacity, surface quality and volume. The logic of design is through a rule-based process of growth that capitalizes on aggregation, variation, and evolution. The course explored two parallel operations. The first was research into the philosophical and physical implications of body modification as it relates to social identity and the second was the precise development of a building block system that maneuvers like an evolving ecology through adaptation and in result, exhibiting emergent behavior.
The given architectural program a reality TV studio for body modification exhibits and celebrates the concept of grotesque and authenticity. The projects capitalize on beautiful deformations, the procedure and process of transmutation, and the cultural practice of extreme adornment to the point of creating multiple identity or indefinable identity. The building and site program proposes an interactive environment for public spectacle and interactive events. The goal of this work is to create an incorporated form, structure and, surface that augments multiple conditions and forms of its’ host site. In effect, the process and product will expand our notion of performative form, structures, spatial hybridization, and ornamentation/aesthetics. The projects operate more like an opportunistic species rather then an architectural typology. Form is the consequence of the function of the variegated intensification.
Modifiers and Amplifiers is a collaborative effort between the School of Architecture and the School of Fashion. The exhibit is currently at the Atelier Gallery through the 16th and then will be moving to the Cannery Gallery.