Yasmin Vobis (RA, NCARB)—co-principal of Ultramoderne, an architecture and design office located in Providence, RI, and an assistant professor of architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design—will deliver the Laskey Charrette Kickoff Lecture, titled A HAT IS A HOUSE. The lecture is free and open to the public. The charrette, which is exclusively for second-year architecture students, will take place February 4-6.
About the Laskey Charrette
The Laskey Charrette honors Professor Emeritus Leslie J. Laskey and his singular approach to design education during his 35-year tenure at Washington University. For this intensive, weekend-long workshop, second-year architecture students work in teams to brainstorm ideas for a given design challenge. Their final designs are exhibited and reviewed, with a jury of faculty awarding prizes. The charrette is presented annually by Studio L in collaboration with the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design.
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