Adrian Lahoud

Adrian Lahoud is an architect, teacher, and research fellow on the Forensic Architecture project. He joined the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths in 2011 as director of the MA Programme; prior to this he was director of postgraduate Urban Design at the University of Technology Sydney. Currently he is leading the M.Arch Urban Design at The Bartlett, University College London (UCL) and is an external thesis advisor at the Projective Cities M.Phil. Programme at the Architectural Association (London). He exhibits and lectures internationally, most recently at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Tate Britain, and Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York). He has been a guest critic at the Royal College of Art London, Columbia GSAPP, Angewandte Vienna, and Technische Universität (TU) Berlin. His doctoral research sets out a philosophical, scientific, and architectural history of scale as a problematic, drawing on case studies of post-war urban planning, territorial governance, and climate modeling.

As of March 2014

Campus 2016: The Technosphere Issue
Anthropocene Curriculum
2016, Apr 14, Thu — 2016, Apr 22, Fri

Campus 2014 Geo-Politics Seminar (Instructor)
Campus 2014: The Anthropocene Issue
2014, Nov 14, Fr— 2014, Nov 22, Sat