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 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.
Aranda\Lasch has opened a new office in Tuscon, Arizona.
The Morning Line has opened in Vienna, Austria.
JF Chen presents Aranda\Lasch at Superba
Opening Reception May 5, 2011 7-10pm
Los Angeles, CA
The Spring/ Summer issue of PIN-UP has included a profile on Aranda Lasch
Benjamin Aranda gets grilled by Stephen Colbert.
See the video here at 5:40, Raging Art On.
The Rules of Six are featured in Phillips de Pury and Company auction catalog.
Auction Catalogue. Phillips de Pury & Company: Under the Influence. March 2011.
Benjamin Aranda is lecturing at the Arquine Conference 2011 in Mexico City, Mexico. The conference is being held from March 9-11, 2011.
The Modern Primitives collaboration with FENDI is featured in Surface.
Rubinstein, Dan. “Modern-Day Medici”. Surface, February 2011
Chris Lasch will be leading a workshop series entitled “Algorithmic Design” at the TEX-FAB Conference, part of the REPEAT Digital Fabrication Competition in Houston, Texas.
Aranda\ Lasch’s project “The Morning Line” is featured in the 2010 Issue of XXI Magazine.