pod a+d partners present lecture at University of Kentucky College of Design

Lectures + Workshops - College of Design – 38°84° the power of place 2018-11-06 18-24-16
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Lexington, KY — The University of Kentucky’s College of Design website notes: “The College of Design has a revered history for enticing major talent to share their knowledge firsthand through its annual lecture series and workshop offerings. ”

On November 7 at 5 p.m., Doug Pierson and Youn Choi, founding partners and design principals of pod architecture + design in Carrboro, NC, will present a lecture at the UK COD, Lexington, KY, entitled “Establishing a Way of Working.” The website describes the lecture as follows:

Learn how to compare shared influencing factors on varying projects with Doug Pierson, founder of POD A+D, and co-founder Youn Choi. Pierson founded pod architecture + design in 2016 with his partner in work and life, Youn Choi. Together, they lead a hybrid, integrated design studio that provides services in architecture, interiors, environmental and experiential graphics, urban design, and master planning – all within the same studio. They recently relocated their multi-faceted firm from Los Angeles to Carrboro, N.C.


Author: podnewsandmedia

At pod a+d, we believe in the integration of architecture and all aspects of design to connect buildings + environment + identity. That's why pod a+d is a hybrid firm, offering all architectural services, experiential graphics and wayfinding design. Exterior and interior architecture; furnishings and finishes; financial feasibility and scheduling; engineering and construction; and environmental graphics  – considered simultaneously, these disciplines inform our hybrid/integrated approach to architecture. 

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