Gilles Retsin, a London-based architect who also leads London’s Bartlett School of Architecture’s Graduate Architectural Design Research Cluster 4, will deliver the lecture “Strange Eclecticism” on Monday, April 14 at Preston Geren Auditorium.
lecture: Gilles RETSIN, “Strange Eclecticism.”
5.45 p.m. / Preston Geren Auditorium
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843
Retsin also founded SoftKill Design, a design collective whose members are attempting to create Protohouse 2.0, the world’s first residence to have all its elements—the walls, flooring, roof, etc. created by an offsite 3-D printer.
At his practice, Retsin seeks to develop new insights into the intersections of design visual arts, architecture and cities and lectures about computing and design at the University of East London.
He has lectured and taught extensively in Germany, France, Finland, Belgium, Switzerland, the UK and China.