New York Architect To Speak At U.Va. Nov. 7
October 28, 2003 --
WHO: Lise Anne Couture
WHAT: "Asymptote: Recent Work"
Friday, Nov. 7, 5 p.m.
U.Va. School of Architecture, Campbell Hall, Room 153
Anne Couture, co-founder of Asymptote, an award-winning New York-based
design firm, will give a talk at the University
of Virginia School of Architecture on
Friday, Nov. 7.
is a leader in research and experimentation in digital technologies
applied to both building design and the
creation of virtual space.
projects by the firm include 3DTF, a virtual reality trading
room for the New York Stock Exchange;
building for technology
and art in
Holland; a virtual museum for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; an
event center in Munich for BMW and a line of furniture for
received a master’s of
architecture from Yale University. She currently teaches
at Parsons School of Design and the Graduate School of
Columbia University, both in New York City.
details about the talk, contact Derry Wade at (434) 982-2921.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298