Maryann Thompson: Recent work
Monday, October 19, 2009 6 p.m., 100 Rapson Hall
Cass Gilbert Fund Lecture
Maryann Thompson will present a selection of recent award-winning projects from her practice. Maryann Thompson Architects is a Cambridge, MA-based firm that specializes in architecture that is sustainable, regionally driven, and attempts to heighten the phenomenological qualities of the sites within which they work.
Thompson received the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Young Architects Award in 1998. Her work has also received three AIA National Honor Awards, numerous AIA New England Design Honor Awards, and BSA Honor Awards for Design Excellence. Her work has been published in numerous national and international architecture and design magazines and in various books on architecture, including Norton's A Guide to 250 Key Twentieth-Century American Buildings, 40 Under 40, and Contemporary American Architects. Thompson has taught design as a visiting faculty member at MIT, RISD, UVA, Michigan, and Rice and is currently a faculty member at Harvard's Graduate School of Design.
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