02.04.09 | W. M. Keck Lecture Hall
Hien Ngo Quan: Vision to Reality
Founding Principal, NQH Architects, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Architect Ngo Quan Hien is the founder of NQH Architects. He is a Vietnamese American who was born in Saigon and received his architectural training at The Southern California Institute of Architecture in the United States of America and graduated in 1993. With the internationally acclaimed firm of Kenzo Tange Associates (KTA) in Tokyo, he has contributed on several urban design projects and unique building design all over the world for several years. In 1997, he established an initial Ngo Quan Hien design studio in Vietnam starting with the Saigon South New City Detail Master Plan. Nowadays, Ngo Quan Hien design studio is a famous urban planning and architecture company in Vietnam.
NQH Architects assembles an experienced and professional design team educated from local and foreign countries. With the use of models and computer software technology, NQH Architects explores a variety of design solutions for clients. NQH Architects’ overall mission is to pursue the best in urban and architectural design. By carefully maintaining the delicate balance between the urban community, the architecture, and the individual, NQH Architects’ aims to create inspirational, delightful, and timeless architecture that blends naturally into society and into the urban landscape.
The lecture begins at 7pm in the W. M. Keck Lecture Hall. All lectures are free and open to the public, with free secure parking in the SCI-Arc parking lot located at 360 Merrick St, Los Angeles, CA 90013.
This lecture was rescheduled from an earlier date.