Time: Tuesday, 4/26, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Venue: Lobby of HA Building, NCTU
Speakers: Chia-Hua Liu and Stephen Roe
Adjunct Studio Lecturer, Dept. of Architecture, Tunghai University
2002-2005/ MArch, UPenn
1994-1999/ Dept. of Industrial Design (trans. from Physics), NCKU
2010/ Adjunct Lecturer, Tamkang University.
2006-2009/ Front Inc., Consultant for Facade System
Paramatric Design & Modeling, Algorithmic Design by Rhino Scripting, Facade System, Analysis and Optimization of Complex Geometry, System Planning and Detail Design軟體/
M.Sc, Dipl.Arch, B.Arch.Sc, ARB, RIBA
Together with Chiafang Wu, Stephen runs the office of ROEWUarchitecture.
Stephen Roe is a noted young architect and educator who has taught and run an award-winning practice in both the US and the UK. Through his teaching and research, combined with extensive practical experience. he has been at the leading edge of the development of new ways of understanding the intersections between materiality and ideas in architecture.
ROEWU architecture is an energetic young practice based in London and Taiwan but with a global profile as a result of international design awards and publication and exhibition of the office’s work. ROEWU was founded in New York in 2003 after winning First Prize in the International competition for Ephemeral Structures for the Athens Olympics.
In 2005 ROEWU was awarded the Young Architect’s Award by the Architectural League of New York, North America’s premier award for young architects.
In 2005 the partners were invited to teach a Diploma Unit at the Architectural Association in London, extending the research of their practice further in an academic setting.
In 2006 ROEWU represented the UK in the Beijing Biennale along with Fosters and Arup and in 2007 the practice was awarded the Kevin Kieran Award by the Arts Council of Ireland.
In addition to practice Stephen has led a Graduate Diploma Unit at the Architectural Association in London. He was Lefevre Emerging Practitioner Fellow at Ohio State University (where he was mentored by distinguished critic and Theorist Jeff Kipnis) and also taught Design at the New York Institute of Technology. He has been an invited critic to architecture schools in the US, the UK, Taiwan & Hong Kong. He is currently Visiting Associate Professor of Architecture at Feng Chia University in Taiwan.
Stephen Holds a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in New York where he won the Lowenfisch Prize for Best Project in Studio. He also holds a Diploma in Architecture (First Class Honours) from the Dublin Institute of Technology and a Degree in Architecture (also First Class Honours) from Trinity College Dublin.
He is a Licensed Architect in the UK (RIBA) and Germany (Architektenkammer Berlin)
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Address: Graduate Institute of Architecture, NCTU, 1001 Ta-Hsueh Rd., Hsinchu City