Marcelo Spina, is co-founder of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, a Los-Angeles based design/research architectural practice.
lecture: Marcelo SPINA, “Current Dichotomies and the Predicament of the Whole.”
5.45 p.m. / Geren Auditorium
Texas A&M Department of Architecture
College Station, TX
P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S aims to generate innovative spatial forms for public, residential and commercial sites through an integration of digital technology with the extensive consideration of form and innovative materials.
Spina also leads graduate design studios and technology seminars at The Southern California Institute of Architecture.
In 2004 the firm was recognized as one of the 11 most progressive offices working worldwide by Architectural Record Design Vanguard issue.
In addition to his professional and academic work, Spina and Huljich, his P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S co-founder, were the curators of “Matters of Sensation,” an exhibition of work by young architects that opened to critical acclaim in 2008 at Artists Space, a New York gallery.
Spina holds a Professional Degree from the National University of Rosario and a Master in Architecture from Columbia University in New York where he was the recipient of several honors including the William Kinne Fellowship and the Honor Award for Excellence in Design.