Studio 531 Architects

7:30 to 7:50 pm June 27 2013                                       531 Herald Street Victoria BC

RSVP info@moorearchitecture.ca or 250 384 2131.

Oliver will present his award winning groundbreaking Monad Project on 4th Avenue in Vancouver.  An overview of this project can be reviewed at the following websites.

http://lwpac.net/news/news/projects/residential/monad/

http://www.canadianarchitect.com/news/rarefied-prefab/1001994719/

LWPAC is partnering with Moore Architecture who have been shortlisted and are working on a design of the additions and renovations to the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

Oliver Lang  Overview

Principal and Creative Director LWPAC, President Intelligent City 
MScAAD, Dipl.Ing.Arch, Architect AIBC, NY-USA, NRW-Ger

Oliver Lang is a leading architect and award winning designer, recognized throughout North-America for his cutting edge contemporary designs. He is the creative force driving LWPAC Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture, providing trendsetting holistic architectural design services to clients around the world.

Oliver is a graduate of Columbia University’s Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design program, one of the world’s most recognized think tank programs:

  1. He has also earned a professional architecture degree from Berlin’s University of Technology, with 2 years of studies abroad at the Escuela Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona.
  2. Prior to launching LWPAC he has been under the mentorship of world renowned architects Enric Miralles, Peter Eisenman, Greg Lynn and Henry Smith Miller in Barcelona and New York City. He was the chief design architect for the $ 30,000,000 Corning Glass Center.
  3. While always in practice since graduation in 1993, Oliver has served consistently, for more than 15 years, on the faculties of some of the very best architecture schools including, Princeton, Columbia, UPenn, SCIARC, The Berlage, Santa Maria U and UBC. He has mentored over 600 design projects.
  4. He has been lecturing around the world, and the work of LWPAC has been published and exhibited broadly, including a solo exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. A monograph, produced with a major production grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, is forthcoming in 2012.
  5. In 2008 he founded Intelligent City, an ‘urban productions’ company committed to deliver truly high end and holistic design to a broader audience.
  6. Oliver has served as Acting Chair and Member of the Urban Design Panel for the City of Vancouver (2009-2011) and is currently the Chair of the Advisory Design Panel of the Corporation of Delta.