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04.02.10 | W. M. Keck Lecture Hall - 1pm
John Bohn: So far... so what?

Faculty Talk: John Bohn - So far... so what?
Friday, April 2, 1pm
W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
Intro by Chris Genik

SCI-Arc faculty member John Bohn John Bohn is president of JBohn Associates. His work focuses on exploring traditional, contemporary and emerging building materials, technologies and systems in order to produce meaningful readings of complexity in geometry, structure, surface and space. Bohn worked at Arata Isozaki & Associates in Tokyo on projects such as the Center of Science and Industry, Nara Concert Hall, the Gumna Astronomical Observatory and various international competitions. After working as an apprentice carpenter in Seattle, he opened his own design/build firm in 1998.

Most recently, Bohn has been teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Syracuse University, and the California College of the Arts. In Los Angeles, John worked as a consultant at Daly Genik Architects in Santa Monica on projects such as the Harvard University Art Museum, Santa Monica Parks and the Lawrence House renovation.