Scans” Is Topic Of Lecture By Innovative New York Architects
At U.Va. School Of Architecture
January 17, 2002--
Giuseppe Lignano and Ada Tolla of the architecture firm LO/TEK
Lecture – “Urban Scans”
Friday, Jan. 31, 5 p.m.
New York City architects Giuseppe Lignano and Ada Tolla of the architecture
firm LO/TEK will discuss their work at the University of Virginia
School of Architecture Michael Owen Jones Memorial Lecture.
and Tolla are known for their investigation and incorporation of
familiar, man-made and technological objects. Their designs integrate
electronic, organic and manufactured materials often overlooked
or taken for granted in the everyday urban landscape.
design projects include the Goree Memorial and Museum in Senegal,
a DJ tower used in a music video for A Tribe called Quest, and a
Manhattan studio incorporating a recycled shipping container.
and Lignano, who are natives of Naples, Italy, studied at the School
of Architecture of the Universitá di Napoli and completed
postgraduate work at Columbia University in New York.
details, contact Derry Voysey at (434) 982-2921 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298