Thomas Moran Featured in The Architectural Record for Work on Collaboration and Humor
Assistant Professor Thomas Moran was recently featured in an article by the Architectural Record for his investigation of collaboration and humor in architecture. Visual irony and what he calls “cognitive slapstick” are at the center of Moran’s work filled with humor and lightheartedness .
Moran’s work and research is on the rise this year. Accepted as the 2009-2010 Muschenheim Fellow, Moran has continued to work on solo projects and collaborations. Last May, he won the Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers, and, along with the other winners, installed his work at the New School in New York. In August, Moran and a team of colleagues—literally called T+E+A+M, an acronym created from their names—were selected to participate in the U.S. Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. Moran also participated in the Ideas City competition and works at the Detroit based studio Thing Thing.
For the full article: http://archrecord.construction.com/practice/Firm-to-Watch/2015/Thomas-Moran.asp