"Transformations" | Lecture @ the Fogg Art Museum

The Transformation Studio is a collaboration between Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and the History of Art + Architecture Department. As an undergraduate architecture studies concentration, students are presented basic architectural concepts (surface, frame, volume, composite) and techniques used to address issues of form, function, ornament and material. The course provides instruction in project analysis, visualization, communication, and fabrication using both physical and digital modeling and software. The public lecture presented studio work from the last two years with a broad overview of transformational processes, context, program, and material assemblages.