Lecture by Architect Jenny Sabin

Photo of Jenny Sabin

The LSU College of Art + Design Distinguished Lecture Series and Grace and Hebert Architects present Jenny Sabin, Wednesday, October 10, at 4:30 p.m. in the first floor lecture hall (RM.103) of the Art + Design Building.

Jenny Sabin’s work is at the forefront of a new direction for 21st century architectural practice — one that investigates the intersections of architecture and science, and applies insights and theories from biology and mathematics to the design of material structures. Sabin is an Assistant Professor in the area of Design and Emerging Technologies in the Department of Architecture at Cornell University. Sabin taught design studios and seminars in architecture at the University of Pennsylvania from 2005-11. She is principal of Jenny Sabin Studio, an experimental architectural design studio based in Philadelphia. She is co-founder of LabStudio, a hybrid research and design network, together with Peter Lloyd Jones. She was a founding member of the Nonlinear Systems Organization, a research group started by Cecil Balmond. where she was senior researcher and director of research. Sabin holds degrees in ceramics and interdisciplinary visual art from the University of Washington and a master’s in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania where she was awarded the AIA Henry Adams first prize medal and the Arthur Spayd Brooke gold medal for distinguished work in architectural design, 2005. Sabin was recently named a USA Knight Fellow in Architecture. 1 of 50 artists and designers awarded nationally by US Artists.

For additional information visit:

The lecture is free. open to the public. Professional AIA and ASLA continuing education credit is available for this lecture.

Additional information is available on the LSU College of Art + Design website, the College of Art + Design Facebook page, or by contacting Debra Langlois, at or (225) 578-5868.

If you are unable to attend, a recording of the lecture can be viewed on the CoAD Mediasite.