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Faculty Talk: Zeina Koreitem

Moderated by Marrikka Trotter

Room 160
March 23, 2018 at 1:00pm

Zeina Koreitem is founding partner and Principal of MILLIØNS, a Los Angeles-based design practice founded in 2011 with John May. She is a licensed architect in Beirut, a Design Critic in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Design Faculty at SCI-Arc. Previously, she worked in the offices of Dominique Perrault Architecture in Paris, and RCR Arquitectes in Olot, Spain, and taught design studios at USC School of Architecture and the University of Toronto. She holds a B.Arch from the American University of Beirut, where she received the AREEN Project Award of Excellence in Architecture, and the Outstanding Creative Achievement Award; an M.ArchII from the University of Toronto; and an MDes in Design Computation from Harvard GSD, where she received the Daniel L. Schodek Award for Technology.

MILLIØNS is a Los Angeles-based architectural practice. Founded by John May and Zeina Koreitem, MILLIØNS conceives of architecture as a speculative medium for exploring the central categories of contemporary life: technology, politics, energy, media, and information. Their essays and interviews are widely published, and their work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including shows at Friedman Benda Gallery NYC, the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York, The Architecture + Design Museum of Los Angeles, Jai & Jai Gallery in Los Angeles, the Museum of the City of New York, and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, among others.

Zeina Koreitem will present MILLIØNS’ work, ranging from computational color and point cloud experiments, to furniture and speculations on collective living.

Zeina Koreitem portrait