BArch (Bezalel), MArch (UCLA)
aaron [dot] sprecher [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
ARCH 342 Digital Representation
ARCH 647 CM&T Studio
ARCH 672 Architectural Design 1
Aaron Sprecher is co-founder and partner of Open Source Architecture (www.o-s-a.com). He completed his graduate studies at the University of California at Los Angeles. His research and design work focus on the synergy between information technologies, computational languages and automated digital systems, examining the way in which technology informs and generates innovative approaches to design processes. In addition to numerous publications and exhibitions, he has lectured in many institutions including The University of Pennsylvania (Conversation | Information In-formation N-formations), MIT (N-degrees of Architecture | Notes on Abstract Systems) and Rice University (Dissipative Architecture). Aaron Sprecher is co-curator and co-editor of the groundbreaking exhibition and publication The Gen(H)ome Project (MAK Center, Los Angeles, 2006). He is the recipient of numerous awards, and has been named a Fellow of Syracuse University Center of Excellence. Aaron Sprecher is an Assistant Professor at McGill University School of Architecture.
Lecture at Concordia University, Department of Design and Computation Arts, Lecture Series 2013 (Design as a Critical Practice: Re-designing Design), 13 March 2013: "Median Space - A Few Notes on the Nature of Information in Architecture."