$15 General, $5 Members (includes admission to the museum’s collection galleries)
Atelier Bow-Wow’s philosophy of architectural behaviorology sees architectural design as the relationships among different considerations on various behaviors. It observes various behaviors brought by three main actors in and around architecture: nature (light, wind, heat, humidity, etc.), the human (custom, habit) and the building (typology, building elements). Design practices based on architectural behaviorology tackle barriers between people and local resources.
About the Series
The Asian Art Museum and California College of the Arts present a series of lectures by leading figures shaping architecture today. Through this collaboration, the series hosts a combination of distinguished architects from Asia as well as North American practitioners active in Asia to provide a common framework for deepening knowledge of and interest in contemporary Asian architecture.