IaaC Lecture Series_Apr 13 < Philippe Morel

Philippe Morel
Co-Founder of EZCT Architecture & Design Research
A Few Remarks on Seven Contemporary Concepts

Philippe Morel, Architect DPLG (Summa cum Laude, 2004), is co-founder of EZCT Architecture & Design Research. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais where he leads, together with Pr. Christian Girard, the Digital Knowledge Master 2 educational Program. He has written extensively about the impact of technology on “global disurbanism” (“living in The Ice Age”, an analysis of contemporary capitalism and the associated domestic biomedical economy, Masters Thesis, 2000-2002). More recently, he has given papers at numerous symposiums and conferences including Loopholes within Discourse and Practice (Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2005), Script (Florence, 2005), The Architecture of Possibility (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2005), GameSetMatchII (TU Delft, 2006), at Columbia Graduate School of Planning and Preservation and the MIT Department of Architecture (“A Few remarks on Epistemology and Computational Design”, March 2006). He organised in 2007 the exhibition “Architecture beyond Forms: The Computational Turn” at the ‘Maison de l’Architecture et de la Ville’ in Marseille. He also was joint winner, with his EZCT Architecture & Design Research office, of the international Seroussi Pavilion Competition. His work and that of his office can be found in the FRAC Centre collections and at the Pompidou Centre.
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