2022-02-16 David Waggonner
From Daniel Dugan
Analogous Modifications: Outside Your Comfort Zone
David Waggonner is the founding principal of Waggonner & Ball Architecture/Environment, an award-winning, internationally active architecture and planning practice located in New Orleans. He is a graduate of Yale School of Architecture, a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects, and a recipient of the AIA Louisiana Medal of Honor. The firm grounds its architectural work in historic preservation with a concentration on modern institutional projects, including museums, foundations, and educational facilities. The firm’s environment work is focused on the infrastructure and spatial identity of water. Recent projects include watershed plans in Louisiana, urban water projects in across the U.S. Gulf and East Coasts, and school campus and park designs in Beijing, China.
This lecture is made possible by a generous gift from BHDP in memory of SAID alumnus Carl Monzel (B-Arch'75)