Greg Lynn

Professor

Lynn has been at the intersection of the digital and physical in both architecture and design culture in general. The buildings, projects, publications, teachings, and writings associated with his office, Greg Lynn FORM, have been influential in the acceptance and use of the advanced technologies germane to the aeronautic, automobile, and film industries in architecture.

He is the founder and owner of Greg Lynn FORM. He has served on numerous advisory boards and is an Executive Board member and investor in numerous companies presently including Piaggio Fast Forward where he is the Chief Creative Officer and Curbside where he is the Design Advisor. He won a Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture and represented the United States in the American Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture twice. He received the American Academy of Arts & Letters Architecture Award and was awarded a fellowship from the United States Artists. He is a Professor at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, an o. Univ. Prof. Arch. at the angewandte Wien, and was the Davenport Professor at Yale University from 2000-2016. He is the author of nine books.

Related topics
Technology, Mobility, Urban Strategy
Related Links
Greg Lynn FORM The Greg Lynn Show, Episode 1 with Neil Denari TED Talk (2005): Organic Algorithms in Architecture
Education
M.Arch., Princeton University
B.E.D., Miami University of Ohio
B.Phil., Miami University of Ohio
Highlights
2017 Fellow in Residence, Treseder Fellowship - University of Melbourne, School of Design, inaugural award
2015 AIA LA Unbuilt Award - Berkeley Global Campus Competition in collaboration with Kevin Daly Architects
2015 Silver Medal in Design - Cal Poly Pomona
2014 ANFA HAY Grant - Vision Science for Dynamic Architecture
2014 Evolo Juror - Evolo Skyscraper Competition
2013 Award for Teaching Excellence - Acadia
2010 USA Fellow - United States Artists
2009 Golden Lion - Venice Biennale of Architecture
2005 30 Under 30: The Watch List of Future Landmarks - The Municipal Art Society of New York
2003 Academy Award in Architecture - American Academy of Arts & Letters
2003 Doctor Honoris CAUSA - Academy of Fine Arts & Design in Bratislava
2001 Residency Prize - Wexner Center for Arts
1999 Progressive Architecture Award - Korean Presbyterian Church of New York
1999 AIA Honor Award - Korean Presbyterian Church of New York
1999 AIA Honor Award - Cincinnati Country Day School
1999 Design Excellence Award - Chamber of Commerce, Queens NY
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