Jennifer Bonner will present two design and research projects including Best Sandwiches and Domestic Hats, a look into ordinary architecture typologies.
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Jennifer Bonner is Assistant Professor of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Director of MALL. Born in Alabama, Bonner received a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where she
was awarded the James Templeton Kelley Prize for her project Assemblage
of Twins. Her undergraduate thesis project, Cedar Pavilion, was designed and
constructed at the Rural Studio in Perry County, Alabama. Her research and design work has been published in journals including Architectural Review, Architectural Record, Wallpaper, a+t, DAMn, ART PAPERS, PLAT, and MAS Context. Bonner has exhibited at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London, National Building Museum in Washington DC, Association of
Architects of Catalonia in Barcelona, WUHO Gallery in Los Angeles, HistoryMIAMI, and most recently at the Istanbul Design Biennial.
Bonner held the position of TVSDesign Distinguished Studio Critic at Georgia Institute of Technology where she founded a Guide to the Dirty South with forthcoming titles in Atlanta and New Orleans. Previously, she has taught
design studios and seminars at Auburn University, the Architectural
Association, and Lund University. Before her graduate studies, Bonner
worked in the office of Foster + Partners in London and Istanbul and at David Chipperfield Architects.