Lynn -FORM Greg
Greg Lynn is the principal of Greg Lynn form in Los Angeles California. He graduated with degrees in Philosophy and Environmental Design, from the Miami University of Ohio, in 1986 and specialized in architecture at Princeton University in 1988. He has held various university positions in the United States and Europe. Currently he teaches at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna, is Davenport Visiting Professor at Yale University, a Studio Professor at ucla University and a Visiting Professor at Columbia University. His completed projects include the Korean Presbyterian Church of Sunnyside in Queens, New York (1995-99). Projects close to completion include: an outdoor museum for the Ark of the World Foundation in San Juan, Costa Rica, and a public housing project of 500 units in Bijlmermeer, Amsterdam. Recently he participated with the United Architect teams, in partnership with five other firms, in the competition for the World Trade Centre site in New York. He has received numerous awards and had exhibitions of both art and architecture at galleries and museums, including the International Biennale of Architecture in Venice 2000, where his work was present in the pavilions of the United States, Austria and Italy. In February 2003 he curated the Intricacy exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. His essays and books include: Animate Form, Princeton Architectural Press, Princeton 1998; Folds, Bodies and Blobs: Collected Essays, Encore Books by Architects, Brussell 1998; Architectural Laboratories: Greg Lynn and Hani Rashid, nai Publishers, Rotterdam 2002; Embryological House, forthcoming with Princeton Architectural Press.