The Fox is Black features Aranda\Lasch, and particularly the Creator’s Project feature on Aranda\Lasch in an online article entitled “Aranda\Lasch Builds Crystals, Infinite Variation, and Practie on the Edges of Architecture”.
Aranda\Lasch is profiled in Vice and Intel’s ongoing Creators Project series.
Benjamin Aranda will be part of a panel on Technologies of Ornamentation as part of the “Revisiting Henri Labrouste in the Digital Age” symposium sponsored by the MoMA.
Study for a wall.
Aranda/ Lasch was featured in the Spring/ Summer 2013 publication of IDOLIZE.
FENDI and Aranda\ Lasch’s project “Modern Primatives”
We are moving out of the world of data classification and into the world of pattern recognition.
— Marshall Macluhan
The Yeasayer Stage Environment has been published in an article on Architizer.
The Art Deco Project is featured in Cultured Magazine.
David Sokol. “Designing the District”. Cultured Magazine, Winter 2012, 84
Chris Lasch will lead a workshop and be a panelist at “COLLABORATIONS: The Art and Science of Building Facades” symposium in San Francisco – July 26 and 27th, 2012.
Art Log has interviewed Benjamin Aranda.
Design Log has featured the “Retooling Gabon” studio at the Harvard Graduate School of Design taught by Prof. Benjamin Aranda.
Benjamin Aranda lectured at the Harvard Graduate School of Design about “Scalar Invariance.”
Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch will be lecturing at UC Berkeley on March 14, 2012.
The future is but the obsolete in reverse.
— Vladimir Nabokov
Nobel Prize awarded for Quasi Crystals.
Chris Lasch will be a visiting professor at the University of Arizona. The studio, entitled ReTooling: Arizona’s Sun Corridor, is dedicated to re-imagining the future of Arizona’s Sun Corridor in the wake of the recent financial crisis.
Benjamin Aranda will a visiting professor of Landscape Architecture and will be teaching a studio at the Harvard GSD.
Arch Daily writes about Exhibit in Tokyo – Architectural Environments for Tomorrow
Benjamin Aranda will be delivering a lecture at the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture on October 11.