Doug Garofalo: Digital Technology in Architectural Practice
Participants: Drew Browning, Franz Fischnaller
As a part of the lecture series for the AD508 Seminar, Doug Garofalo will present his work and discuss how digital technology is changing architectural practice.
Doug Garofalo has developed a thriving practice in Chicago that produces architectural work through buildings, projects, research and teaching. The work of Garofalo Architects has been recently recognized as part of “The New Vanguard” in Architectural Record, and the “Emerging Voices” program at the Architectural League of New York. Garofalo is Associate Professor and Acting Director at the University of Illinois Chicago School of Architecture, and a Facilitator at Archeworks.
Garofalo graduated from Yale University in 1987, and was awarded the prestigious Skidmore Owings & Merrill Foundation Traveling Fellowship.
He graduated from the University of Notre Dame In 1981. For recent work, publications and talks, please refer to his home page and the Archeworks website.
Date: April 10, 2002