Lecture: Andrew Kovacs
Monday, May 20
Perloff Hall, Decafe, UCLA Campus
Andrew Kovacs was born in Chicago, Illinois. Kovacs studied architecture at Syracuse University (B.Arch), the Architecture Association in London and Princeton University (M.Arch). Professionally, Kovacs has worked for RE X in New York City, OMA/Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam and Atelier Bow-Wow in Tokyo. In 2011 Kovacs received a Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship in Architecture from Princeton University for his proposal A Tale of Two Masterplans to study the architecture and urbanism of the two major cities in Kazakhstan – Astana and Almaty. His written work on architecture and urbanism has been published in journals such as PIDGIN and PROJECT. Additionally, Kovacs is the creator and curator of Archive of Affinities – a website dedicated to the architectural B-side.
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