School of Architecture Lecture Series: Billie Faircloth, Portman Visiting Critic

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    • Wednesday March 7, 2018 - Thursday March 8, 2018
      3:30 pm - 4:59 pm
  • Location: Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium
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Carmen Wagster
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Architecture
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Summary Sentence: Portman Visiting Critic Lecturer, Billie Faircloth, will present Crafting Impact

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Billie Faircloth has been Partner and Research Director at KieranTimberlake since 2008. She participates in the development of technology to inform high-performance design, including Wireless Sensor NetworksPredictive Temperature Modeling tools, and Tally™, an application for Revit that provides accurate life-cycle data and reporting tools to designers. She is leading the development of Ideal Choice Homes, an affordable, quick-to-build housing solution for India. Billie lectures at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design and Harvard Graduate School of Design, and is a Visiting Professor at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. 

Her articles have been published by the Journal of Architectural EducationPrinceton Architectural PressRoyal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, and ACADIA. Her book Plastics Now: On Architecture's Relationship to a Continuously Emerging Material was published by Routledge in Spring 2015. She lectures internationally to academic and industry audiences, including the Australian Institute of Architects, University of Nottingham, University of Washington, Harvard University, and the University of Texas at Austin.

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College of Design, School of Architecture

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Faculty/Staff, Public, Graduate students, Undergraduate students
Architecture, KieranTimberlake, Research, Billie Faircloth
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