FINAL CALL for REGISTRATION, September 2nd, 2015!
Toguchi Lecture at Kent State University
Case Studies in the Architecture of Sustainable and Performative Urbanism: The Work of Kevin Daly Architects
Tuesday, September 8th, 2015
5:00- Social & Registration, Room 306abc*, 3rd floor Student Center
5:45 – Dinner
6:45 – Depart to Cartwright Hall**, Registration
7:00 – Program, Cartwright Hall
*Remember to bring your parking ticket to room 306abc to be validated
**There is a short, outdoor walk between the location of dinner and the program. Please plan accordingly. There is no guaranteed parking at the Cartwright Auditorium and walking is recommended.
Cost: Akron-Canton CSI members & AIA Akron members – included in 2015 dues. AIA Eastern Ohio members, register as AIA Eastern Ohio, pay by credit card or PayPal or check – must be received at the office by Sept. 2. No fees collected at the door.
Non-chapter members of CSI or AIA, and guests – $50.00, to be paid in advance by the Sept. 2 RSVP deadline. Please make checks payable to Akron-Canton CSI.
Payment may be made by credit card at the time of registration.
Kevin Daly Architects
Kevin Daly Architects believes architecture must transform the everyday built environment. Established in 1991 as Daly Genik Architects, Kevin Daly Architects practices the practical magic of architecture as an alchemy of craft, materials, and form. Kevin Daly Architects weaves innovation into its projects by bonding technology with fabrication, sustainability with urbanism, and livability with economy. The firm’s award-winning portfolio includes environmentally and socially responsive educational, residential, and institutional projects ranging in scale from single room artist work spaces to campus master planning. The practice has been recognized with over thirty AIA awards, the Rudy Bruner Foundation’s Gold Medal for Urban Excellence, and the AIA Los Angeles Firm of the Year Award.
Kevin Daly, FAIA
For over twenty years, Kevin Daly, FAIA, has made architecture that explore the paradox between urban conditions and the consequences of intervention. Projects by Kevin Daly express his belief in an architecture that performs on every level: environmentally, structurally, economically, and aesthetically. His work exhibits the benefits of research into advanced and unconventional building technology. His projects include expertise ranging from public schools, custom residences, university buildings to affordable housing.
He is a design faculty member at UCLA and has served on juries or lectured at institutions internationally, including Stanford University, Cornell University, Rice University, SCI-Arc, the Architectural League of New York, the University of Texas at Austin, and RISD.
Kevin received a Master of Architecture degree from Rice University and he holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of California in Berkeley. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and has served as a board member for the AIA Los Angeles Chapter.