UNIVERSTY PARK, Pa. — Reza Azard, an award-winning French architect and co-founder of the architectural firm Projectiles, will lead off the Stuckeman School’s 2021-22 Lecture and Exhibit Series by reflecting on his practice’s work and its multidisciplinary approach to cultural projects at all scales, from the land to the design of furniture, in “Museum Works” at 6 p.m. on Aug. 25. Azard will give the lecture, which is free and open to the public, remotely from Paris via Zoom.
Those in the local community have the option of watching the event from the Jury Space of the Stuckeman Family Building. A reminder that masking is required in all indoor spaces on campus, regardless of vaccination status, until further notice.
Established in 2005 by Azard, Hervé Bouttet and Daniel Mészáros, Projectiles is based in France and has completed work in Germany, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Brazil, Canada and the United States. As a multidisciplinary practice, the firm strives to avoid “architectural signatures,” thus asserting its freedom through architecture, scenography, museography and furniture design on a variety of scales.