Grace La & James Dallman

Mon. 14 November, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Meyerson Hall, Upper/Lower Galleries

ELEVATE // Fall 2011 Lecture Series

Grace La & James Dallman
Principals, La Dallman

Monday, November 14
Meyerson Hall, Upper & Lower Gallery

The work of LA DALLMAN is engaged in the transformation of site through spatial and material investigations of diverse scale and type. Among the broad range of their work, notable projects include urban infrastructure, public space, artistic installations, houses, and civic buildings.

Led by James Dallman and Grace La, LA DALLMAN has been awarded over thirty professional honors since its inception in 1999. Completed projects include the UWM Hillel Student Center, City of Freshwater and Great Lakes Future permanent exhibits at Discovery World, Levy House, Miller Brewing Company's Employee Meeting Center, Montessori School Open Air Classroom, and the Kilbourn Tower. Recently,
LA DALLMAN was named a 2010 Emerging Voice by the Architectural League of New York and is a recipient of national 2007 Bruner Award for Urban Excellence Silver Medal. The practice was featured as Architectural Record's emerging architectural firm (April 2001), and was recognized as one of four small firms nationally working on large scale, complex projects (Dec. 2002). LA DALLMAN has won six Design Awards for Excellence from the American Institute of Architects Wisconsin, and several prizes in prestigious international design competitions, including Pittsburgh's 2006 International West End Pedestrian Bridge, Atlanta's 2005 International Andrew Young Park, Milwaukee's Kilbourn Tower, and Pittsburgh's 2007 Allegheny Square.

LA DALLMAN is published in Detail in Process (Princeton Architectural Press, 2008), Fabricated Landscapes (UWM School of Architecture, 2009), 1000x Architecture of the Americas (Verlaghaus Braun, 2008), The Public Chance (a + t, 2008), The Green Braid (Routledge, 2007), Architectural Record, Praxis Journal of Building + Writing, Germany's Topos, Spain's a + t: In Common Series, and Canada's Azure. They have delivered numerous invited lectures, symposia, and conference presentations, and exhibited their design and research in various cities and universities, including at the Carnegie Museum of Art Heinz Architectural Center.

This event is free and open to the public. Continuing education credits are available. Registration recommended.

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