Lecture: Thomas Auer


Friday, November 15, 2013 | 6:30pm
Richard Weinstein Lecture

Perloff Hall, Decafe, UCLA campus
Reception: 5:45pm

Thomas Auer
Managing Director, Transsolar, Stuttgart
Roughly 50% of man's carbon footprint is related to the construction industry and the design and operation of buildings. Transsolar is regarded internationally as the cutting edge in Climate Engineering working with architects like Frank Gehry, Steven Holl, and SANAA from the inception of  important projects to develop new technology and building strategies.  Their website is a model of active innovation for the environmental community.
Auer is partner and managing director of Transsolar, an engineering firm with offices in Stuttgart, Munich, Paris and New York.  Auer has taught at Yale University and was a visiting professor at the ESA in Paris and other Universities.
For more information on Transolar's Green and Sexy blog click here. 
The Richard Weinstein Lecture Series will bring, from a variety of fields, those who have made significant creative contributions that are relevant to the study of Architecture and Urban Design.

The Richard Weinstein Lecture Series is made possible through the generous donations of our supporters. Thank you to the following donors: Jennifer and William H. Fain, Frank Gehry and Berta Gehry, Thom Mayne and Blythe Alison-Mayne, Jo Ann and Wayne Ratkovich, Harold A. Davidson, Fredrick Fisher & Partners Architects, Harriet F. Gold and Richard E. Gold, Craig Hodgetts, Johnson Fain Partners, 
Richard Meier & Partners Architects LLP, Eric Owen Moss Architects, and Southern California Institute of Architecture.

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