Architecture Speaker Series 2017; BARBARA IMHOF

 

 

WHAT // Architecture Speaker Series 2017
WHO // Barbara Imhof & The University of Adelaide
WHEN // Tuesday, 3rd October 2017, 6pm

WHERE // The University of Adelaide, Horrace Lamb Lecture Theatre (1022). Enter from Ground Floor

HOW // Free event, no registration required!)

 

The University of Adelaide's Architecture Speaker Series is sure to be an exciting and engaging string of events; bringing together a stellar line-up of internationally renown Architects to present their work, ideas and give us insight into their aspirations for the future.

 

Join in hearing Barbara Imhof speak at this years Architecture Speakers Series, held on campus by The University of Adelaide. 

ABOUT BARBARA IMHOF

Babara Imhof is the co-founder and CEO of Liquifer Systems Group, an interdisciplinary team comprising engineers, architects, designers and scientists.

 

Projects she has led for Liquifier include the design of the first transportable European space simulation habitat SHEE, (Self-Deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments); the design sampling tools for human-robot collaboration in Project Moonwalk.

 

Liquifier's partners and clients belong to internationally renowned institutions and space agencies and for nearly 20 years Barbara has been teaching at various prestigious universities.

 

Imhof received her education in architecture at the VUT, The Bartlett School, London; Sci-Arc, Los Angeles and she graduated from the University of Applied Arts in a Studio run by Wolf Prix. She also holds a Master of Science from the International Space University, Strasbourg and received her doctorate from the Vienna University of Technology.

 

Since 2015 she Barbara has been serving on the board of directors for Women in Aerospace and has received a nomination for the Austrian of the Year 2016, in the category of research. She has also been awarded the Austrian Fem0Tech Award and in 2011 the Polarstern Award for the Austrian Space Forum, for space outreach activities.

Words & Images // Supplied by The University of Adelaide

 

 

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