Michelle Addington, co-author of Smart Materials and Designs for Architecture and Design Professions (2004), has worked at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center designing spacecraft, at DuPont as a process designer and power plant engineer, and in Philadelphia, as an architect. She speaks here about current and unfamiliar design innovations, touching on lighting, sustainable architecture, smart energy and the importance of artists’ input. This event was held by The New School, as part of the Stephan Weiss Visiting Lectureship on Business Strategy, Negotiation and Innovation.
Posted: April 17th, 2008
Michelle Addington: The Architecture of the Unfamiliar