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Lecture: Eva Castro Iraola of Plasma Studio

November 12, 2012
Fullerton Hall
Free; please use Michigan Avenue entrance.

Eva Castro Iraola is a co-founding principal of Plasma Studio, a progressive architecture and design practice with offices in London, Beijing, and Northern Italy. Founded with Holger Kehne in 1999, Plasma Studio has received numerous international awards, including the Next Generation Architects Award and the Wallpaper Best Building Site Design Award for their 2011 Xi'an Horticultural Expo in China. Their work has been widely published and exhibited, most notably in two recent solo shows—Plasma Studio: Nodal Landscapes (2010) at the Deutsches Architekturzentrum in Berlin and Critical Territories (2011) at the London Architectural Association Gallery—exploring the firm's ambitious multidisciplinary approach.

This lecture occurs after the museum has closed; please use the Michigan Avenue entrance.
 Admission is free; seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 
For more information, please call Jennifer Breckner at (312) 443-3631.

This lecture is supported by Chicago Women in Architecture. The Architecture & Design Society gratefully acknowledges the ongoing support of Park Hyatt Chicago.

Bulago Island, a private holiday residence on Bulago Island, Lake Victoria, Uganda, 2011. Photo courtesy of Plasma Studio.