IAAC Lecture Series_May 7th

Andrew Kudless
Founder of Matsys

Andrew Kudless is a designer based in San Francisco where he is an assistant professor at the California College of the Arts. In 2004, he founded Matsys, a design studio exploring the emergent relationships between architecture, engineering, biology, and computation. Andrew has taught at The Ohio State University, the Architectural Association, and Yale University. In 2005 Andrew was the Howard E. LeFevre Fellow for Emerging Practitioners at OSU. He has a Master of Arts in Emergent Technologies and Design from the Architectural Association and a Master of Architecture from Tulane University. He is the recipient of a 2004 FEIDAD Design Merit Award and a 1998 Fulbright Fellowship in Japan. He has worked as a designer for Allied Works Architecture in Portland and New York and as a digital design consultant for Expedition Engineering in London. The work of Matsys has been published in the journals/magazines Praxis, Mark, and Pasajas and has been shown in exhibitions in the United States, England, France, and China. In 2009 he completed a large-scale commissioned installation for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
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