Inside SCI-Arc


11.11.11 | Room 160, SCI-Arc
Jonah Rowen: Labyrinths

SCI-Arc's new format for its Friday faculty talk series features a 20-minute faculty presentation, followed by a 30-minute discussion with Cultural Studies Coordinator Todd Gannon.
This lecture is scheduled to begin at 1pm in Room 160.

jonah rowen Jonah Rowen
Friday, November 11, 1pm
Room 160

Intro by Hernan Diaz Alonso

Jonah Rowen is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, where he received the prestigious David M. Schwarz Architects Good Times Award and the Wendy Elizabeth Blanning Prize. While at Yale he taught and directed coursework for Peter Eisenman, Kurt Forster, and Emmanuel Petit, as well as introductory courses in architectural representation.

He has worked at the offices of Eisenman Architects and Gage/Clemenceau Architects, and in 2007 he was invited to Copenhagen to teach as an assistant to Mark Foster Gage in the "Think Tank on Computational Aesthetics." He is currently working on several projects, including a book of original essays by prominent architects reckoning with the legacy of Colin Rowe, edited by Emmanuel Petit, in addition to a collection of conversations held over the past year with leading young architects about the possibilities for developing an architectural project today, curated with Alfie Koetter, Daniel Markiewicz, and Emmett Zeifman.