11.19.08 | W. M. Keck Lecture Hall
Jennifer Siegal: Generation Mobile : the Death of Distance
Founder, Office of Mobile Design, Venice
Jennifer Siegal is known for her work in creating the Prefab home of the 21st century. She is founder and principal of the Los Angeles-based firm Office of Mobile Design (OMD), which is dedicated to the design and construction of responsible, sustainable, and precision built structures.
Ms. Siegal's innovative mobile structures include customized, prefab, green Modernist homes; the Mobile EcoLab used to teach students about the environment; and the Portable Construction Training Center created for the Venice Community Housing Corporation. Her most recent work is a modern, modular home product line called Take Home.
Ms. Siegal’s work was exhibited at the Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum’s 2003 National Design Triennial; the Walker Art Center’s Strangely Familiar: Design and Everyday Life; the 2006 NY Mobile Living Exhibition; and the National Building Museum’s The Green House, New Directions in Sustainable Architecture and Design in 2006 and Reinventing the Globe: A Shakespearen Theater for the 21st Century in 2007.
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.