Heather Roberge: "The Synthetic Real"
architecture, Slocum, Roberge, design
Architecture Spring 2010 Lecture Series - March 9, 2010 at Slocum Hall. Heather Roberge is a practicing architect and educator in L.A.. She is the founder and principal of murmur, an award-winning practice that studies the spatial, structural and atmospheric potential of emerging digital design and manufacturing techniques. She is Assoc.Vice Chair of the Dept. of Arch. and Urban Design at UCLA. Her research focuses on the effective implications of contemporary surfaces with particular interest in formal and material experimentation that engages the senses.
Roberge, Heather, "Heather Roberge: "The Synthetic Real"" (2010). Full list of publications from School of Architecture. Paper 20.
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