Fresh eggs, dungeon parties, Shigeru Ban, and a Hamburg discotheque called The F**ktory.
Kittens, the Bouroullec brothers, genderless fashion, and a hole in the ground designed by Go Hasegawa.
Brennen Birch, a Master of Interior Design student at The University of Texas School of Architecture, presents his experience at the Domaine de Boisbuchet. An initiative from the founder of the Vitra Design Museum, the Domaine de Boisbuchet is difficult to describe to anyone who has not spent a summer there. On its idyllic French country estate, Boisbuchet offers an astounding range of design workshops from renowned designers each summer. As a member of this summer’s Boisbuchet team, Brennen Birch will report back about this unique design education opportunity.
Goldsmith Talks is an open-format series of presentations organized by UTSOA faculty, staff, and students. the series aims to encourage and promote presentations that are outside of the scope of the main lecture series. Examples are: invited seminar presentations, book talks, lectures by designers and scholars who may be in Austin for another engagement, round-table discussions, film screenings, product demonstrations, or any other activity related to research, scholarship, and teaching activities and at the school. The format provides a platform for encouraging the dissemination of work by visitors and members of our community. The goal is to raise awareness, increase access, and better integrate such events within the public life of the school.