Michael Fox, a founding partner of FoxLin Architects, will speak on Wednesday, September 21, at 6:00 p.m. as part of the Stuckeman School lecture series. This event is free and open to the public.
Fox is the author of Interactive Architecture (2009) and the recently released IA: Adaptable World, both by Princeton Architectural Press. He has served as president of ACADIA in previous years and now serves as vice president. Fox was the founder of the Kinetic Design Group at MIT; which was a sponsored research group to investigate interactive architecture. His practice, teaching, and research are centered on interactive architecture.
Fox has lectured internationally on the subject matter of interactive, behavioral, and kinetic architecture. He has won numerous awards in innovative architectural competitions and his masters’ thesis at MIT received the outstanding thesis award for work on computation and design processes. Fox’s work has been featured in numerous international periodicals and books, and has been exhibited worldwide. His work has been funded by NASA, the Annenberg Foundation, the Graham Foundation, and others.
Fox is a professor of architecture at Cal Poly Pomona and has taught on the subject matter of interactive, behavioral, and kinetic architecture at MIT, the Hong Polytechnic University, the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, as well as numerous international workshops.