Greg Lynn is the principal of Greg Lynn FORM and has taught throughout the United States and Europe. Because of his early combination of degrees in philosophy and architecture he has been involved in combining the realities of design and construction with the speculative, theoretical and experimental potentials of writing and teaching. He has taught and lectured around the world as the Professor of Spatial Conception and Exploration at the ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in Zurich and as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University. In the fall of 2002 he became an o. Univ. Professor at the "angewandte" in Vienna, Austria. In addition, he is a Studio Professor at UCLA in Los Angeles and the Davenport Professor at Yale University.
His architectural designs have received numerous awards and have been exhibited in both architecture and art museums including the 2000 Venice Biennale of Architecture where his work was represented in the U.S., Austrian and Italian Pavilions. Time Magazine named him one of 100 Innovators for the Next Century in 2001. He writes and lectures widely on architectural design and theory. He is the author of Intricacy (ICA, Philadelphia), Architectural Laboratories (NAI, Rotterdam), Folds, Bodies and Blobs: Collected Essays (La Lettre Volée, Brussells), Animate Form (Princeton Architectural Press, New York) and the forthcoming Predator (Wexner Center, Columbus, OH) and Embryological House (also by Princeton Architectural Press).
How calculus is changing architecture
Archaeology of the Digital
Carbon In Motion
Permanent Change: Plastics in Architecture & Engineering - Greg Lynn