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Conversations in Equity & Design with Ron Rael

01:09:00

Sep 10, 2021 11:43 AM

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Ronald Rael
Architect, Author, Professor
Professor Ronald Rael is the Eva Li Memorial Chair in Architecture and Director of the Masters of Architecture program with a joint appointment in the Department of Architecture, in the College of Environmental Design, where he served as Department Chair, and the Department of Art Practice. He is both a Bakar and Hellman Fellow, and directs the printFARM Laboratory (print Facility for Architecture, Research and Materials). His research interests connect indigenous and traditional material practices to contemporary technologies and issues and he is a design activist, author, and thought leader within the topics of additive manufacturing, borderwall studies, and earthen architecture. The London Design Museum awarded his creative practice, Rael San Fratello, (with architect Virginia San Fratello), the Beazley Award in 2021 for the design of the year, one of the most prestigious awards in design internationally.
Trevor Bullen
Dean, School of Design @Dunwoody College of Technology
Trevor Bullen is a broadly experienced architect with over 25 years of professional experience. He has significant international experience; having worked on a wide range of architecture, landscape architecture and planning projects in Europe, the Caribbean and the United States. Most recently he was a Senior Associate and Director of Operations at Snow Kreilich Architects, the recipient of the 2018 AIA Architecture Firm Award. From 2000 to 2016, he led an award-winning architecture and planning studio on the island of Grenada, completing more than 30 built projects. The work of his firm has been published extensively in journals and books as well as being exhibited at the 2021 Architecture Biennale in Venice. In addition, Bullen has remained active in academia. He has taught architectural design at the Boston Architectural College, the City College of New York as well as the University of Minnesota, and is a frequent guest critic at schools of architecture nationwide.