Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 10 – 12pm
Boardroom, SF Campus
Irene Cheng is an architectural historian, critic, and designer. Her scholarship explores the intersections of architecture, cultural history, politics, and the history of science. Her current research concerns the geometry of architectural projects affiliated with anarchist, socialist, abolitionist, free love, spiritualist, and other radical utopian movements of the past. Cheng is a practicing designer and founding principal of Cheng+Snyder, a multidisciplinary design firm that seeks to instigate critical debates about politics, architecture, and the city and is Assistant Professor in Architecture at CCA.