Part of the popular Technical Studies series of lectures, we welcome Theodore Spyropoulos Director of the Architectural Association's world renowned Design Research Lab (AADRL) in London.

An architect and educator, he has been a visiting Research Fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies working with the Interrogative Design Group and co-founded the New Media and Information Research initiative at the Architectural Association. He has taught in the graduate school of the University of Pennsylvania and the Royal College of Art, Innovation Design Engineering Department.

Theodore will talk about the work of Minimaforms; the experimental architecture and design studio he directs with his brother Stephen Spyropoulos. Recent projects include two thematic pier landmarks and the illumination concept for a Renzo Piano's master planned 760 acre National Park in Athens, a large scale land art work in Norway, a vehicle in collaboration with artist Krzysztof Wodiczko, a behavior based robotic installation for the FRAC Centre and an immersive ephemeral environment for the city of Detroit.

Currently Theodore is a completing PhD in participatory and enabling frameworks examining cybernetic and behavior based design systems.

This is an open lecture: all are welcome to attend and no registration is necessary.

For lecture details contact Will McLean [email protected]