Friday, December 3, 1pm
W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
Marcelyn Gow is a partner and founding member of the architectural design collaborative servo. Her firm's work focuses on the development of architectural environments integrating technical ecologies with shifting material states and electronic information infrastructures.
Recent projects include an installation for the Seville Bienniale and a design for a hydrodynamic roofscape in Stockholm.
servo’s work has been exhibited widely, notably at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Centre Pompidou and SFMoMA. Recent publications include the monograph Networks and Environments and projects in Digital Architecture Now, Hatch and Interactive Architecture.
Gow received her Architecture degrees from the Architectural Association, Columbia University, and the ETH Zurich. She has lectured internationally and contributed to journals including Perspecta, Via and AD. She currently teaches graduate design studios and seminars at SCI-Arc and has been a visiting professor at the KTH in Stockholm. She has also taught at UCLA and the ETH, Zurich.