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AHO Guest Lecture: Jon Lott

Jon Lott, 
PARA office for architecture, New York City & Cambridge/Massachusetts

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Jon Lott is principal of PARA office for architecture, co-founder of Collective-LOK (CLOK), and Assistant Professor of Architecture at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design, where he is Director of the Master in Architecture Program.

He is recipient of the Emerging Voices Award (by the Architectural League of New York), the Design Vanguard award (by Architectural Record), the New Practices New York award (by the American Institute of Architects), the Architectural League Prize (by the Architectural League of New York), twice a MoMA/PS1 Young Architects finalist, and has taught previously at Syracuse University, directing the School of Architecture’s New York City Program.

Lott's recent and current work includes: the Van Alen Institute in New York City (with CLOK), Syracuse University's School of Education Commons, the Haffenden House – a writing studio for two poets (which was a finalist for the Mies Crown Hall America's Prize), and Pioneertown House (which recently received a Progressive Architecture Award).

In PARA office for architecture each project is a collaborative effort between a wide range of constituents, guided by the specific needs and curiosities of diverse clientele. PARA works on projects of varying scales and media: from cultural, institutional, and residential work, to events, and international competitions. The work has been published in the New York Times, the LA Times, New York Magazine, Harvard Design Magazine, Architectural Record, Metropolis, Domus, the Architect’s Newspaper, a+u, Form, Azure, IW, Interior Design, MARK, Frame, Perspective, Surface, 306090, Exclama!, and in books “American City X,” by Princeton Architectural Press (2014); “Shopping Now,” by Taschen (2010); PROOF, by Princeton Architectural Press; and “How Architecture Learned to Speculate” (2009).


Lecture is open for public. 


Date: 17. October, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm

Venue: AHO - A2 - Sverre Fehn Auditorium
Address: Maridalsveien 29, 0175 Oslo

Contact: Neven Fuchs-Mikac