Lecture: Weston Walker, Studio Gang
Architect Weston Walker is Design Principal and Partner in charge of Studio Gang’s New York office, where he leads a talented team of architects and a diverse portfolio of projects. Weston’s work spans many different types and scales, including cultural institutions, universities, civic buildings, and towers. His current projects include: a major expansion of the American Museum of Natural History; 40 Tenth Ave, a glass tower “sculpted by the angles of the sun” to preserve views to New York’s High Line; the new US Embassy in Brazil; and a masterplan for a new Enterprise Research Campus for Harvard University in Allston. He also serves as the design principal for the studio’s first project in Hawaii, the high-rise Ko’ula at Ward Village, currently under construction. Weston is a graduate of Yale University, where he received his Master of Architecture and was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal.
Speaker: Architect Weston Walker
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MāNOA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
2020-2021 LECTURE SERIES
Matters of Inclusion: People, Place, Environment