Ready for the 2012 Architect’s Backstage Lecture Series

Written on July 11, 2011 by Mariana Romero in News

As you know, the Master in Architectural Management & Design celebrated its launch with a keynote given by Andrew Phillips, Director at David Chipperfield Architects, that described the key factors for a successful interface between the architect studio and its customer. As he underlines “great buildings are due to the result of the implication and motivation of all the stakeholders in a same project, clients, manufacturers and the proper design team.” David Chipperfield Architects is one of the top architectural practices involved in a specific module in the master called “The Architect’s Backstage,” where students have the chance to understand the back office work of outstanding architectural practices that make them case studies of success in design and management. We are honored to share with you the list of the terrific guest speakers of the Architect’s Backstage for the class of 2012 starting next February:

  1. Jason Pomeroy > Broadway Malyan (www.broadwaymalyan.com)
  2. Peter Oborn > AEDAS (www.aedas.com)
  3. Duncan Swinhoe > GENSLER (www.gensler.com)
  4. Victor van der Chijs > OMA (www.oma.eu)
  5. Andrew Phillips > Davic Chipperfield Architects (www.davidchipperfield.co.uk)
  6. Ted Strand > Solomon Cordwell Buenz (www.scb.com)
  7. Manon Janssens > Zaha Hadid (www.zaha-hadid.com)
  8. Kristine K. Fallon > Kristine Fallon Associates, Inc. (www.kfa-inc.com)
  9. Robert Greenwood > Snøhetta (www.snoarc.no)
  10. Ross Wimer > SOM (www.som.com)
  11. Richard Mateu > Foster and Partners (www.fosterandpartners.com)
  12. Paul Davis > Paul Davis + Partners (www.pauldavisandpartners.com)


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