Mark Cavagnero 10.24.18. - Architecture Lecture
OCTOBER 24, 2018
Location: 112 Wurster Hall
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
SITE, VOLUME AND LIGHT
The lecture will touch on a range of project types which are all similarly grounded by core values of site responsiveness, manipulations of volume to make form and the fundamental importance of daylight.
MARK CAVAGNERO, FAIA, is the Fall 2018 Howard A. Friedman Visiting Professor of Practice, a CED alumnus, and the founding principal of Mark Cavagnero Associates. Mark provides leadership over the design of all projects within his firm. Whether a project is designed solely by Mark, or a collaboration with another firm, Mark is adept at leading the team to make decisions that reinforce the original design intent. Mark brings over three decades of expertise in the planning, design and construction of civic and cultural facilities and his efforts in the process will aid in the creation spaces that are inspiring, functional, durable and well-detailed. Mark’s work has been recognized with over 100 design awards for more than 30 completed projects. Mark was personally honored with the 2015 lifetime achievement Maybeck Award and the 2010 Distinguished Practice Award from the AIA California Council. Under Mark’s leadership the firm ranked #8 in Architect magazine’s ranking of the top architecture firms in the country for design in 2014. The firm also received the 2012 Firm of the Year Award from the AIA California Council. Sponsored by the Howard A. Friedman Endowment.