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October 4, 2017

E.B. Min kicks off architecture lectures

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Min|Day designed the House on Lake Okoboji in Iowa, with a series of spatial frames that offer privacy on a densely populated shore.

E.B. Min, from the firm of Min|Day in San Francisco and Omaha, will give a free talk today titled “Work and Play” as part of the 2017 Fall University of Washington Department of Architecture Lecture Series.

The talks start at 6 p.m in Architecture Hall 147 at the UW.

Min|Day works with a range of clients, sites and projects — from individuals to art institutions, in urban and rural settings, and designs everything from furniture to large buildings. Awards include the 2007 AIA California Emerging Talent award, Architectural Record's 2009 Design Vanguard, and the Architectural League of New York's 2016 Emerging Voices.

Here are some of the other events in the lecture series: Oct. 11 Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY in Culver City, California, will talk about “Design as Ecology; Oct. 18 James Carpenter of JCDA in New York City will speak on “Light in the Public Realm”; and Nov. 8 Mark West of C.A.S.T. in Winnipeg will present a lecture titled “Bound To Happen.”

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