The University of Minnesota College of Design presents
INTERFACES: Architecture Lecture Series
Mira Henry

Monday, March 30, 2020
Rapson Hall Room 100

Mira Henry is the co-principal of Current Interests. Her professional expertise is in the design and project management of residential construction and detailing, and in retail and restaurant interiors. In addition, she has collaborated on large-scale building programs including an urban branch library and a corporate hotel.

Mira is design faculty at Southern California Institute for Architecture, where she coordinates undergraduate design studios and the DID summer program for local youth. Her formal research and writing focus on architecture, race, and materiality. She is the recipient of the 2019 Architectural League Prize, Henry Adams AIA Award, and Archiprix International Gold Medal. She has participated in numerous symposia, lectures, exhibitions, and reviews at institutions nationwide, including Harvard, Yale, and Princeton Universities. Prior to teaching and forming her own practice, Mira worked as a lead designer and project manager for Talbot McLanahan Architecture, Office dA, and Monica Ponce de Leon Studio in New York. Mira holds a Bachelor in Art History from the University of Chicago and a Master of Architecture from UCLA.

Visit the College of Design Architecture Lecture Series site for additional information.

The College of Design is in the early stages of registering all or most of these courses for AIA Learning Units. They expect to offer one AIA LU per registered course, pending approval. If you are interested, please watch for more information and a pre-registration link coming soon.