Alumnae Emily White (M.Arch 2 ‘06) and Lisa Little (M.Arch ‘06), co-principals of Layer LA, will present their installation, the Three Horned Beast, at Plummer Park in West Hollywood on Saturday, March 15. The powder-coated aluminum structure will be unveiled during a ceremony hosted from 10am to noon by WeHo’s Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission.
Three Horned Beast installation at Plummer Park in West Hollywood
White holds an M.Arch degree from SCI-Arc and a Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College. She has lectured and published on topics ranging from manufactured islands to the history of code in fibrous architecture. Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries. She has taught design studios at the University of Southern California, the University of California at Berkeley and Woodbury University.
Little holds an M.Arch from SCI-Arc and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Little worked as an associate at Patrick Tighe Architecture for three years, and prior to that, she was a designer in the office of Pugh + Scarpa Architects. At these firms she worked on retail, affordable housing, and single-family residential and commercial projects. Previously, she was the director of the Flame and Inferno software development team at software developer Discreet Logic and a hardware design engineer at Abekas Video Systems, developing hardware systems for film and television post production.