Room 200, Daniels Building
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Join architect Lina Lahiri, a partner at Berlin-based Sauerbruch Hutton, as she outlines the firm’s experiences working with timber modules. A hallmark of Sauerbruch Hutton’s work is its exploration of technical and spatial innovation and the responsible use of existing resources of all kinds. Lahiri will share three timber-module projects done by the firm over the last few years, two of which are now built. Her presentation will be moderated by Roberto Damiani, Assistant Professor (Teaching Stream) at the Daniels Faculty.
Lina Lahiri joined Sauerbruch Hutton in 2005 and has been a partner since 2020. As project manager, she is responsible for a large number of international competitions as well as the planning and implementation of various projects. A focus of her work is the Scandinavian region and the design and planning of high-rise buildings. She regularly gives guest lectures at universities, conferences and symposiums and has been an external critic at Dalhousie University, the University of Hong Kong and at the textile design department at Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle. Lahiri graduated with highest honours from Oxford Brookes University and received her Diploma in Architecture from Bartlett, University College London in 2005.