David Heymann comes to us from UT Austin where he is the Martin S. Kermacy Centennial Chair. From the school website, “Heymann received degrees in architecture from the Cooper Union and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. He worked for Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, and I.M Pei and Partners, prior to founding his own firm.” He is probably best known for building a house for former President George Bush.
His lecture is entitled “Site, Desire, Construction.”
Continue to read his bio here!