xLAB Program

Studio I Greg Lynn + Kaz Yoneda + Eric Baczuk 2018.07.27 (FRI) 09:00 @KOIL

Studio Faculties will be as follow.


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Greg Lynn

Principal, Greg Lynn FORM
Chief Creative Officer, Piaggio Fast Foward
Studio Professor, UCLA – Architecture+Urban Design

Greg Lynn is principal at Greg Lynn FORM and co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Piaggio Fast Forward. He is a founding Board Member of California Carbon Industry, Inc. and Design Advisor of Curbside, and serves on the xLAB Board of Directors. He is also a Studio Professor at UCLA’s School of Architecture and Urban Design, and a University Professor at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna where he is currently spearheading the development of an experimental research robotics lab.



Secondary

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Kaz Yoneda

Principal, Bureau 0-1
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Keio Unv. – Architecture + Urban Design

Kaz Yoneda is the bureau’s founding principal. Born in Seattle and raised in California, Kaz went on to receive a B.Arch. (Hons) from the Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning. After a two-year collaboration in Tokyo, he attended Harvard GSD and received his M.Arch. II (Hons) in 2011. Thereafter, he was appointed to run Harvard GSD’s Studio Abroad with Toyo Ito in Tokyo. After serving as an inaugural director of space design for Takram from 2011 to 2014, Kaz launched bureau0-1. In 2018, Bureau 0–1 became incorporated. Currently, he serves as an adjunct assistant professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Keio University, as well as a visiting lecturer at Japan Women’s University.


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Eric Baczuk

Google

Eric Baczuk is a multi-disciplinary design researcher at Google. His work seeks to humanize the experience of immersive computation by fusing industrial design, human-computer interaction, product design, and architecture. Recently, he was the Designer-in-Residence at Sidewalk Labs, where his research in urban mobility, and construction aimed to evoke new perspectives on social and environmental equity in cities. Outside of Alphabet, he has done interaction design and thought leadership for frog, and has collaborated on installations at the Venice Biennale with Carlo Ratti, Tetsuo Kondo and Transsolar Energietechnik. Hecompleted his MDes at Harvard GSD, and was a GE Fellow for 6 terms at MIT’s Senseable City Lab. Major projects include the Copenhagen Wheel e-bike retrofit, HubCab ride-share (a precursor to Lyft line and Uber pool), and Health Infoscapes, an award-winning health data visualization tool.