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03/13/18 USC Architecture Generation NEXT Announces 2018 Lineup

 

The School of Architecture is proud to present the USC Architecture Generation NEXT 2018 event and exhibition as part of the annual USC Architecture Career Week. The event is an evening in celebration of the broad range of independent design work produced by recent alumni of the USC School of Architecture. A curated selection of 10 USC independent alumni practices working in the fields of architecture, technology, photography, spatial experience, film, design research, set design, digital media and interaction design will each present their work in a casual, fast-paced event to showcase the impact of independent design thinking. Event Details: 6pm Monday March 19, 2018 Gin D. Wong, FAIA Conference Center, Harris Hall 101 Exhibition opening and reception immediately after in the Verle Annis Gallery. The 2018 USC Architecture Generation Next is: Harper Halprin & Aaron Leshtz, B.Arch 2008 HH Design Architecture Eric Solis, B.Arch 2010 Imaginary Space Public Engagement & Spatial Experience Ashley Margo, M.Arch 2010 Graphic Design & Production Design Myrna Ayoub, B.Arch 2012 Design Research & Curation Olivia Burke, B.Arch 2012 Olivia Burke Photography Photography Tiffany Cheng, B.Arch 2012 Growy Tech Startup John Farrace, B.Arch 2012 Shared Studios Arts, Design & Technology Zack Matthews, B.Arch 2015 Zack Matthews Architecture Architecture Felipe Guimaraes, M.AAS 2015 L-ADU Architecture Joshua Dawson, M.AAS 2016 Narrative Design The event will also include the Generation NEXT Exhibition in the Verle Annis Gallery featuring work by all of this year's participants as well as the 20 participants working in the fields of architecture, urban design, fabrication, furniture design, fashion, software, digital media, interaction design, graphic design, social justice and illustration featured in last year's inaugural event. 2017's USC Architecture Generation Next: Katie Rispoli Keaotamai, M.HC ‘15 We Are the Next Social Justice Lillian Lin, B.Arch ‘14 The Chef Charette Graphic Design/Illustration Alex Sheft, B.Arch ‘14 No Greater Good Graphic Design/Illustration Behnaz Farahi, M.Arch ‘13 Behnaz Farahi Fashion/Interaction Design Erin Cuevas, B.Arch ‘12 Curious Minds LA Digital media/Interaction design Dylan Wood, B.Arch ‘11 a-mat Fabrication/Material Exploration Joseph Sarafian, M.Arch ‘11 Form Found Design Fabrication/Material Exploration Nima Abili, M.Arch ‘10 NimaAbili Furniture Taylor Donsker, B.Arch ‘10 TaylorDonsker Design Furniture Qi Su, M.Arch ‘09 Modelo Software Anthony Laney, B.Arch ‘08 LaneyLA Architecture Jon Kleinhample, B.Arch ‘08 Klein Agency Furniture Bogdan Tomalevski, B.Arch ‘06 Colega Architects Architecture Andrew Crane, B.Arch ‘06 AERO COLLECTIVE Architecture Joseph Dangaran, B.Arch ‘06 Woods+Dangaran Architecture Brett Woods, B.Arch ‘06 Woods+Dangaran Architecture David Balian, B.Arch ‘05 Balian Architects Architecture Elizabeth Timme, B.Arch ‘05 LA-Más Urban Design/Social Justice Duane McLemore, B.Arch ‘03 X Over Zero Fashion/Jewelry/Wearables Matt Baran, B.Arch ‘96 Baran Studio Architecture Architecture


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