Alice Fung Lecture 2/25
Alice Fung, Principal, Fung + Blatt Architects | DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI LECTURE
Alice Fung is a practicing architect and artist, principal of FUNG + BLATT Architects, and professor at USC Roski School of Art and Design. Raised in Hong Kong, Alice studied art and urban studies at Oberlin College and received her Master of Architecture (M.Arch.I) from UCLA Architecture and Urban Design. In 1990 she co-founded FUNG + BLATT, an award-winning and internationally published firm that prioritizes connection to place and investigations into diverse patterns of habitation. In her parallel practices, Alice explores material, structure and pattern-generation at the intersection of machine and craft.
This is the Distinguished Alumni Lecture for our 2018/19 Lecture Series.
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