Friday, April 19, 2013
Location: Architecture and Urban Planning Building 170
“Manifold Destiny” presentation by Filip Tejchman, 2012 SARUP Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, and Principal, Untitled Office, New York.
For more information about the fellowship.
Filip Tejchman is the 2012-2013 SARUP research fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the Principal of Untitled Office, a multi-disciplinary design firm based in Brooklyn, NY. His professional experience includes design and project management at Joel Sanders Architects, where he was involved in the design of several award-winning and internationally recognized projects, and Diller+ScofidioRenfro, as a member of the Lincoln Center and Juilliard re-development design teams. He has taught Undergraduate and Graduate design studios at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Pratt Institute, where he was awarded a Development Grant for his contributions to the Language/Making program, a trans-disciplinary initiative between Architecture and the Humanities. Also an active writer, he is a project editor for the Praxis Journal of Writing and Building and MUSEO . He has also contributed essays to several monographs and exhibition catalogs. Most recently, his writing appeared in the “Last Newspaper” exhibition at the New Museum, New York, and the Storefront for Art+Architecture, New York.