Roland Snooks, design director and founding partner of Kokkugia, a progressive architecture and urban design practice with offices in New York and London, presented “Volatile Formation,” the final lecture in the Department of Architecture’s Spring 2012 Lecture Series, April 23 at Preston Geren Auditorium.
Snooks, whose design research is focused on emergent design methodologies involving agent-based techniques, holds a master’s degree in advanced architectural design from Columbia University, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar. He completed his undergraduate work at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
In the Spring 2012 semester, he also worked with design students in the 2012 Mitchell Lab, as they created prototypes for two unconventional home exteriors fabricated from innovative composite building materials. Visit one.arch.tamu.edu/news/2012/4/27/exploring-forms-materials/ for more about the Mitchell Lab.
And for more about the spring 2012 architecture lecture series, visit one.arch.tamu.edu/news/2012/1/23/featured-spring-series/.
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