Join CityLab-Orlando for a lecture/presentation by Michel Rojkind. Michel’s work is inspiring and highly innovative He is part of a fantastic new generation of Mexican architects that bring fresh ideas to a context with a strong tradition. He started his architecture studies while also being a drummer in a well-known Mexican rock bank. Michel graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana in 1994, after which he worked with Isaac Broid and Miguel Adria on Adria+Broid+Rojkind Arquitectos. He started his own studio, Rojkind Arquitectos in 2002. Rojkind Arquitectos is on a strong path of innovation and exploration of architectural programs and building techniques – successfully translating the complex forms of these new ideas into realities that can be built with local manufacturing skills.
When: Friday, September 13
Where: CityLab-Orlando CEM Lecture Hall “The Bridge” 500 W. Livingston Street
Time: 6:00 pm