AnnaLisa Meyboom | Conference 'Innovation in the Architectural Language of Wood'
February 28th, 3h00pm, Sala Plana - FAUP
AnnaLisa Meyboom is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia, Canada. She is a practicing engineer and holds a Master of Architecture. Her background prior to architecture was in bridge engineering.
Her areas of teaching emphasize the ability to integrate the highly technical, the beautiful and the environmental simultaneously and seamlessly into a built form. She believes it is the ability to work with all these media fluently that creates projects of critical relevance.
She teaches the architectural structures courses, research studios, advanced structures and computing seminars, and design fabricate courses.
She maintains a blog on her research and teaching.
This conference takes place within the Curricular Course Construction Wooden Architecture of the Master Degree in Architecture of FAUP, coordinated by professor Ana Isabel da Costa e Silva, and counts on the Canadian Embassy in Lisbon’s support.