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2020.11.11
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Many thanks to the invitation of Aristide Antonas, Jimenez Lai delivered a lecture about life on a desert island at ETH. There are reflections back to our Tuvalu efforts with David Jimenez Iniesta and Kevin Pazik, as well as the artic stories with Ted Miaojie Zhang. We also showed some of the newer stories about a possible post-COVID Downtown Los Angeles.
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2020.10.21

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Over Zoom space at the University of New Mexico, Jimenez Lai delivers a lecture about the status of life inside of a medium that is inside of another medium.
2020.10.09

Meanwhile at SCI-arc - Jimenez Lai sits down with Erin Besler to discuss the status of sunsets. This event is hosted by Tom Wiscombe, and it was an unveiling of our summer project Flying Fleet of Social Zones.
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2020.08.01
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Jimenez Lai joins Cruz Garcia and Nathalie Frankowski for the Loudreaders series. This has been a quick check-in on the status of Metamodernism.


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2020.07.24
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Meanwhile at SCAD, Jimenez Lai sits down (via Zoom) with Nadia Swarovski and Alexandra Cunningham to discuss the status of collaboration. We had a chance to revisit the 2017 Designer of the Future project Terrazzo Palazzo. Thank you so much for the invitation!
2020.06.25
Whatever Happened to the Pritzker Prize? Filipe Magalhaes from atelier fala sits down with Jimenez Lai to discuss the status of the Pritzker over the past 30 years. Patterns, as well as the waves of changes in the times, produced several names that we scratch our heads over, but also names that we deeply admire. Thank you to the London Architecture Foundation for hosting this event via Zoom as a part of the 100 Day Studio project!
2020.05.29

Thanks to POOL Magazine (UCLA), we had a chance to chat with Outpost Office from Columbus Ohio alongside Garret Ricciardi and Mira Henry.
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2020.05.26
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Meanwhile in Geneve, CH - Jimenez Lai joins Ana Luisa Soares from atelier fala on a review at HEAD. What a refreshing experience being around people who really know how to put a building together. No rhetorical devices needed, just spatial complexity.
2020.05.07
The New York Architecture Review organizes a SLAB x NYRA special project "Real Time" for some real-time redlining with Oana Stanescu, Jimenez Lai, and Andrew Kovacs. Thank you for such a memorable experience!
2020.05.06
Jimenez Lai sits down with Marcus Fairs from Dezeen for an one-on-one discussion about the status of the chill vibes.
2020.05.11
Jimenez Lai delivers a lecture for Filipe Magalhaes' studio in Lisbon. Like always it is a lovely time spent together.
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2020.04.05
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Future Archeologists (2019) closes at Deoksugung in Seoul. Thank you all again for everything, especially team MMCA!!
2020.02.29
At the UCLA IDEAS Campus, Jeffrey Inaba hosts an incredible symposium alongside David Jimenez Iniesta and Gillian Shaffer. Jimenez Lai had a chance to sit down with Deborah Mesa from Ensemble Studio. This event was punctuated by such distinguished speakers as Christopher Hawthrone, Barbera Bestor, Francesca Ammon, and more. Thank you so much for the invitation!!
2020.02.27
Meanwhile at CalPoly LA Metro, Jimenez Lai delivers a lecture. Thank you for the invitation and the dynamic conversations, Stephen Phillips!
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2020.02.10


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Fulfilled (2020), the exhibition and symposium, opens at The Ohio State University. Thank you to Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann for organizing such an amazing event. Our piece, Foam Follows Function, sat alongside so many of our brilliant colleagues. Thank you again!
2020.01.27
Jimenez Lai delivers the Michael Owen Jones lecture at UVA - land of Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Kelley, Carrie Norman, Rives Rash, David Freeland, and many more… Alongside this lecture, we also had a chance to exhibit the Rooftops and Backyards model at the school gallery space. Many thanks to Ben Small for the invitation, as well as the support of Ila Berman and Feilpe Correa.
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2020.01.23
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Alongside Mimi Zeiger, Matthew Butcher, and Andrew Kovacs, Jimenez Lai joins a fantastic panel at the CalPoly LA Metro space to celebrate the LA book launch of the AD issue "Re-Imagining the Avant-Garde". Jimenez Lai wrote a piece titled "The Function of Utopia", chronicling some of the baby-steps that moved Bureau Spectacular forward over the years.
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2019.11.08
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Volume Gallery project Shadow of Things We Wished We Had opened in Chicago tonight! Many thanks to the ongoing support of Sam Vinz and Claire Warner. Moreover, many thanks to the amazing team at Bureau Spectacular for making all of this happen! Could not have done it without everyone's hard work.
2019.12.04
Meanwhile in Columbus, OH - Jimenez Lai attends the cinematic final review by Jeff Kipnis. It was a pleasure to sit with Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann. Great running into Sophie Pawlak, and a heartfelt reunion with the Knowlton Hall.
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2019.10.18
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Lake Como Design Fair opens! Many thanks to Andreas Kofler for the invitation. More importantly, many special thanks to Andrei Zerebecky from Urban Fabric Rugs for making this whole idea a reality. These rugs were two years in the making, and we are so happy to see them debut in Italy!!!
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2019.09.19
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Cafe Malaparte conducts an extensive IG interview with Bureau Spectacular.
2019.09.17

Jimenez Lai runs a workshop at Inha University where about 100 Korean students worked to amass countless foam models at various scales. Thank you so much for the invitation, Professor Jiyoung Park!
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2019.08.04
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We are excited to be included in Translating the Building, now showing at the McNichols Building in Denver, Colorado. Thank you to Aaron Mulligan of Juicebox Denver for showing our work!
2019.08.01
Jimenez Lai's essay "Between Irony and Sincerity" is published in Log 46. Special thanks to Cynthia Davidson and everyone else who was instrumental in the process of writing this text.
2019.07.20
Jimenez Lai completes an intensive two day workshop with students at the University of Tokyo.
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2019.09.04
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Future Archaeologist (2019) officially opens at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea. This is a special commemoration of the 100th year anniversary of the death of the Last King of Korea. We had the honor of building this project on the site of the Deoksugung Palace. It was a cheerful occasion, jointly celebrated by new friends Space Popular, William Lim, OBRA, and old friends OBBA. Many special thanks to curator Jihoi Lee - what a wonderful project! It is really quite the honor to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the death of the last king of Korea. We viewed this project as a diplomatic envoy, and hope to stay in touch with the amazing people of Seoul.
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2019.06.28
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Bureau Spectacular is honored to be included in the Spring/Summer issue of Pin-Up Magazine.
2019.06.10
Final reviews for the UCLA Suprastudio took place today at the IDEAS Campus. Tuvalu Studio was taught with David Jimenez Iniesta and Kevin Pazik.
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2019.04.08
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Micro-Tools: The Invisible Synapse opening. Our project, Augustus Needs a Baby is a part of the 58th Salone del Mobile in Milan. Thank you to KooZA/rch and (ab)Normal for the invitation!
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2019.03.06
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We are honored to be included in Architect's Newspaper Interior's first ever list of Top 50 Interior Architects and Designers. Many thanks to AN Interior! We are grateful to be among such good company.
2019.02.21
Tomorrow Jimenez Lai will be lecturing at Tulane University along with Kutan Ayata. Special thanks to the students of Tulane University for the invitation.
2018.12.01
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Meanwhile at Cooper Union: Jimenez Lai participates in a conversation about the status of thesis in education.
2018.11.09

Joanna Grant presents Maison Bandes Dessinée at Princeton University. Our project was a part of an exhibition curated by Michael Meredith: 44 Low Resolution Houses.
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2018.10.30
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Jimenez Lai lectures at Harvard GSD.
2018.10.29
Thank you Architizer - for selecting Bureau Spectacular as a part of their list of the world's best. Bureau Spectacular won!! Thank you Dezeen!!!!
2018.10.28
Joanna Grant presents a psychedelic short film at the Roundhouse Series at 2426 W Washington Gallery. Thank you, Brendan Shea and Noémie Despland-Lichtert!!!
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2018.10.03
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An evening of people, flowers, animals, trash (in no particular order), brought to you by Aesop skin care with Joanna Grant & Laurel Broughton.
2018.09.27
UCLA Supra Studio: Tuvalu!!!!
2018.09.05
GSAPP Fall semester Advanced V Studio: Super Manhattan!
2018.09.30
Many thanks to Carson Chan, we were able to participate in the Art Paper issue: Port of Calls. Our entry is a story about green screens - green is a portal into every reality.
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2018.09.01
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Archi-Voltron: Cats & Socks. This season, we worked with Dezeen and Adidas to develop this project. This is at once a high rise (buildings 1:100), five pieces of furniture (furniture 1:1). For one more time, Helvetica re-entered Godzilla mode and transversed amongst the tiny scaled 1:100 plastic humans she towered over. Scaling between scales, this project questions the status of models today. This project is dedicated to Helvetica, who sadly passed away one week after the filming. Some of the footages are her official last day at the office.
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2018.08.24
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Thank you Dezeen for including us on the shortlist!
2018.07.09
Rooftops & Backyards Exhibition closes at the Taiwan Academy.
2018.07.02

Once again Bureau Spectacular absolutely dominates the annual Los Angeles Bowling showdown, nearly securing last place. Thank you to this year's team: Sharif Anous, Yushan Menn, Kyoung Eun Park, Sam Pladet, Veronica Smith, Tanvi Rao, Georgia Pogas, Ted Zhang, etc…
2018.08.22
We're proud to announce Hug zone, a warm cave. Cave of Hugs (2018) is a super-furniture we developed for a school for the blind and deaf. How can space assist humans who live without sound, without vision, or without sound and vision? A cave that dampens sound, warms the room, brightens environments with colors, and hugs back with soft textures. Because empathy is something buildings can give back. Humans living without sound and vision communicate by touch. We designed a cave of hugs, cladded in neoprene over a layer of sofa batting. This texture will be a welcoming source of warmth for people who can neither see or hear. In addition to the tactility of this project, we also worked to consider human's relationship with the observable wavelengths of the universe. The colors on the spectrum are points along a wavelength, just the way that sound in itself is a collection of wavelengths. For the humans living with no sound, we introduced warm colors. For the humans living with no vision, we introduced closed environments that allows sound to be dampened.
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Beach Day for Bureau Spectacular!!!
2018.06.21
HOT LUNCH RETURNS!! VEGAN LUNCH
2018.06.08
Meanwhile at the LA Design Festival: Chief Design Officer Christopher Hawthorne on Housing in LA with Barbara Bestor, Julie Eizenberg, and Jimenez Lai
2018.06.21

Jimenez Lai sits down with Geoffrey von Oeyen, Hopson Rodstrom Design Workshop, and Dana Cuff to discuss the status of Accessory Dwelling Units in Los Angeles. Thanks to LA Forum for organizing this event!
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2018.05.10
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What a great way to start the summer!
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Rooftops & Backyards: Expanding LA & Taipei opens May 10, 2018 at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles. Organized by Taiwan Academy with Bureau Spectacular, this project examines the status of adding buildings to buildings vertically or horizontally. The opening reception on May 10 also feature a roundtable discussion with Hitoshi Abe, Elizabeth Timme and Professor Roan Ching-Yueh.
2018.04.27
Deep Vista is a symposium organized by Gabriel Esquivel at Texas A&M University. Invited guests include Michel Rojkind, Kivi Sotamaa, Dwayne Oyler, Tim Morton, Rob Stuart-Smith, Michael Young, Nate Hume, Jimenez Lai, Sean Anderson, Kristy Balliet, Ian Bogost, Levi Bryant, Courtney Coffman, Abigail Coover Hume, Sarah Deyoung, and Graham Harman. Thank you for this incredibly dynamic conversation!
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2018.04.27
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Bureau Spectacular's YES to ADU competition entry, "Backyard Urbanism", received an honorable mention. Joanna Grant receives the prize at the award ceremony, presented to her by LA County. Happy birthday, Joanna Grant!
2018.04.12
Tempietto Exemplum exhibitions opens at Yale University. Our entry was titled "An Ideal Universe(s)": Atop the site where St. Peter supposedly died, a marker was plotted to identify the place of martyrdom for him. St. Peter opted to be crucified upside-down, so he may avoid the same image as the Christ. The circle, as a two-dimensional geometry, was repeated over and over upon the place where he rests. In three-dimensions, Bramante transformed circles into cylinders, truncated cones and semi-spheres as a series of mathematically perfect objects to celebrate the idealisms of a Catholic value. Such idealisms, however, are also filled with other contradictions and scales of relativisms. Even when a geometry wishes to be perfect or absolute, the zones of overlaps will always create that shadow of doubt – a stinging sense of subjective debts that reframes what is absolutely right, or wrong. Truly a Catholic project. These overlaps, a series of Venn Diagrams, is a theory about sets – it is also a story about the slivers of relativisms in an absolute geometry. . . This drawing is accompanied by an introspective opera of internal dialogues. . . Thank you for the invite, Amanda Iglesias and Spencer Fried!
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2018.04.06
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Meanwhile back at Columbia University - "Between Irony and Sincerity" took place. Organized by Jimenez Lai, we sat down with Sarah Dunn to chat with Timotheus Vermeulen and Robin Van Den Akker about Metamodernism. The field of cultural theory has undergone waves of rhetorical phases, and what appears to resemble another "postmodern" period may not be the case. It has been my hunch that something else might be happening - and hopefully with some luck, we might make some progress in our conversations today. Vermeulen and Van Den Akker are cultural philosophers from the Netherlands. It has been our dream to be able to engage contemporary philosophers living and working today. Thank you for this opportunity, Amale Androas!!
2018.03.19

UCLA core studio (structures and organization) final reviews that Jimenez Lai taught with Katy Barkan, Julia Koerner, and Andrew Kovacs – what a wonderful group of students: Kristiana Burgi, Zihao Ding, Sarah Grieve, Daravuth Hav, Sunghoon Lee, Zhiyin Lin, Yushan Men, Noam Taylor, Teodora Velkova, Wandi Wang, Deyang Yu…
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2018.03.08
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Many thanks to Architets Newspaper, Bureau Spectacular was named one of the AN 50 Award recipients – what a great honor, and a fantastic event!
2018.03.05
Welcome back, Jake Parkin!!
2018.02.25
Accidental good time spent in CDMX Mexico is accidental – congratulations on the marriage, Lena Kohl – we will see you later! (and, accidentally had a great time with Tatiana Bilbao and Nile Greenberg, along with the GSAPP crew)
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2018.02.18
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Jimenez Lai delivers a lecture in Porto, PT.
2018.02.17
At the Facaldade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto, Jimenez Lai runs a workshop "Tower of Rooms" from the invitation by Carlos Machado e Moura, and the organization of Rui Neto and Noemi Alay. Finally a slab, a stained glass window, an exquisite corpse and a live theatre with no audiences. Thank you to all the participants: José Amado, Teresa Ribeiro Lopes, Maria d'Orey, Miguel Royo, Rita Sampaio de Sá, Diogo Faria, António Pacheco, Nuno Sarmento, João Manarte, Ana Luís Castro, Mafalda Marques, Francisco Pina Cabral, Chiara Iaia, Joana Tomaz, Inês Beleza de Azevedo, Francisco Pereira, Paulo Ávila, João Oliveira, Francisco Craveiro, Nuno Neves, Joana Cantante, Fernando Pimenta, Ana Rita Vale, André Calvete - And, the guests who came for the review / great conversations with fala (Filipe Magalhães & Ana Luisa Soares), Paolo Moreira, Francisco Ferreira, and Joachim Moreno.
2018.02.07
Meanwhile at USC – Joanna Grant and Jimenez Lai NPR'd the lecture titled "Is it a Conversation?" at the USC Lecture Series 2018. Thank you for the introduction, Hadrian Predock!
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2018.02.05
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Baumeister Magazine put us on the cover of their January 2018 Issue!!!!
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2018.01.30
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Scribble (2016) has been collected by LACMA!!! Thanks to This X That for helping this arrangement. Thank you, Bobbye Tigerman!
2018.01.22
Ghosted Drawings (2015), Lost and Found Studies (2015) are now on view at the Druker Design Gallery in Gund Hall at Harvard GSD, in the exhibition "Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech" (January 22 – March 11, 2018) curated by professors K. Michael Hayes and Andrew Holder. We are deeply thankful for this inclusion, and excited about playing a role in this project.
2018.01.18
Jimenez Lai visits Harvard GSD to sit on the thesis reviews with many great friends and heroes – including Barbara Bestor, Enrique Ramirez, Victor Jones, Samia Henni, Sharon Johnston, Mark Lee, Mark Linder, Dwyane Oyler, Jenny Wu, Catherine Ingraham, Lucia Allais, Michelle Chang, Jaffer Kolb, John McMorrough, Ed Eigen, and more… Great to see you, Jennifer Bonner.. and thanks for the invite, Andrew Holder! Congratulations to Mark Lee, Sharon Johnston and Jeanne Gang for becoming professors of practice at the GSD!
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2017.12.16
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Annual Xmas Party at Bureau Spectacular! Tacos!
2017.12.15
AMID Cero9 (Cristina Diaz Moreno y Efren Grinda) has a final review at Princeton University, and Jimenez Lai participated as jury. Great to see you again, Jacob Comerci!
2018.01.18
Snuggle (Joanna Grant, 2017) and Scribble (Jimenez Lai, 2016) hang out at the MOCA store with Besler and Sons, Architecture Office, Welcome Projects, New Affiliates thanks to This X That!
2017.12.14
Simon Kim teaches an amazing studio with Brett Lee at University of Pennsylvania! Great times with
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2017.12.13
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Arctic Studio of Jimenez Lai at UCLA with another world-class jury event – Brett Steele, Neil Denari, Dana Cuff, Anna Neimark, Michael Osman, Wonne Ickx, Jeffrey Inaba, and Heather Roberge – thank you for this chance to experiment with a wonderful group of students (Tania Agacanian, Gayle Schumacher, Kyle Wulf, Mickey Yin, Kristen Young, Ted Zhang…) We found a way to talk about politics, pedagogy, ideologies, and techniques of collaboration through a platform that is the edifice. More specifically, a meta-fiction that is the Perloff Hall. This 1:1 Puppet Theatre consider anarchy, autocracy, democracy, communism, pragmatism…
2017.12.08
Back in NYC – Final review of Jimenez Lai (with Nile Greenberg) at Columbia University GSAPP. We were graced by a world class jury: Anna Puigjaner, Michael Szivos, Michael Young, Dominic Leong, Andres Jaque, Amale Androas, Jesse LeCavelier, Charlotte Algie, Kevin Pazik… Thank you to an amazing group of students (Zibo Zhou, Jie Huang, Tong Zhou, Jipeng Jing, Siman Huang, April Xu, Vivian Dong, Ruiqi Shang, Anushka Shevade, Mouna Lawrence, Eric Giragosian, Tien Chen….)
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Meanwhile in Phoenix, AZ – Jimenez Lai joins the final review of Bryan Maddock (Fantastic Offence). A real pleasure to witness the very first of hopefully very many studios in Maddock's promising career.
2017.12.06


Back in the T.O – on reviews for an amazing Adrian Phiffer studio alongside so many old and new faces. Monica Adair, Stephen Kopp, Aziza Chaouni, Vivian Lee, Brian Boigon, John Shnier, Mason White, Andrew Sinclair, Omar Gandhi, An Te Liu, Nima Javidi, Behnaz Assadi, Nasim Adab, Kristina Ljubanovic, Mason White, Shane Williamson. On this review, George Baird said to Jimenez Lai: "You've become a very good critic." Nothing has meant more to Lai than this remark by Baird.
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2017.11.06
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Michael Meredith and Ellie Abrons teaches a first year M.Arch I studio, and Jimenez Lai joins Rosalyne Shieh for the midterm review on this day. Great to see you again, Steve Martinez!
2017.11.02
At the 43rd Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition, Jimenez Lai joins a jury alongside Moh'd Bilbeisi, Petra Kempf, and Steve Quevedo. This event was moderated by Josh Nason, and organized by Kaitlyn Howell, Igor Draskovic, and many others… Thank you for the invite, Ricardo Leon!!
2017.10.26
Jimenez Lai's studio midterm at GSAPP features a world-class jury: Michael Young, Dom Leong, Jesse LaCavelier, Tei Carpenter, Jaffer Kolb, Jonah Rowen, Erik Carver, Adam Frampton, Carrie Norman, Melissa J Frost, and Trudy Watt. Thank you, everyone!!!
2017.11.03
Jimenez Lai lectures at Texas Tech University. Thank you, Jim Williamson and Mari Michael Glassell! What a wonderful time driving up to Cadillac Ranch with Charles Sharpless and Jessica Colangelo.
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2017.10.23
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Jimenez Lai joins a discussion with Sharon Johnston, Mark Lee, Sylvia Lavin, Erin Besler and Andrew Kovacs regarding the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. Thank you for setting up this conversation, Heather Roberge!
2017.09.29
AUD season begins at UCLA. Congratulations, Heather Roberge, on the first first day of school!!! Amazing studios and seminars from all of my incredible colleagues!
2017.09.26
Thanks to the invite, Espen Vatn! Jimenez Lai delivered a lecture alongside Adam Frampton – happy times spent together with David Turnbull, Gro Bonesmo, Lea-Cathrine Szakas, Andrea Pinochet, Charlotte Hansson, Luis Callejas,….
2017.10.13
Jimenez Lai and Joanna Grant delivers a presentation at the Monterey Design Conference, alongside Shohei Shigematsu, Junya Ishigami, Heather Roberge…. Thank you for the invite, Hraztan Zeitlian and Michael Porter!!
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2017.09.22
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Jimenez Lai delivers a lecture in Florence at the Syracuse Florence campus, hosted by Kyle Miller.
2017.09.23
The workshop, "Architecture with Characters / Architecture Builds Characters" reaches its finale. Jimenez Lai worked alongside Anna Puigjaner as a part of an intensive 20-hour endurance workshop with the amazing students at Syracuse Florence Campus. Many thanks to Luca Ponsi, Daniel Norell and Romina G for being a part of a fantastic conversation!!! Most of all, thank you, Kyle Miller!!!
2017.09.19
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Congratulations, Sharon Johnston and Marklee on what an amazing job for the second rendition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial! Special shoutout to Sarah Hearn and Letizia Garzoli!!!! Extra special shoutout to Sarah Herda!!!!
2017.09.14
Jimenez Lai spends an entire afternoon with Stanley Tigerman at his Lakeshore Drive residence, thanks to Lea-Catherin Szakas. We discussed afterlife, death, Mies, mortagage, investments, materiality, and every other ephemeral quality to both life and architecture.
2017.09.14
Harvard Design Magazine (Seventeen), edited by Jennifer Sigler, is launched at the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Super honored that the drawing "Field Work" by Jimenez Lai is featured in this issue.
2017.09.13
Thanks to Edward Cella, several drawings by Jimenez Lai was showcased during the 2017 Expo Chicago!!!
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Another Raumplan joins the Horizontal Room at the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, alongside our beloved friends including Andrew Kovacs, Thomas Kelley, Carrie Norman, Erin and Ian Besler, Anna Puigjaner, Andre Herrero, Sarah Dunn, Martin Felsen, Andrew Atwood, Anna Neimark, Andrew Holder, Benjamin Freyinger, and so many more….



2017.09.09
SCI-Arc Thesis is a very important annual occasion that we always look forward to every year, like Thanksgiving or Christmas – and this year, we witnessed life. Sometimes, actual chicken life lives on as buildings.
2017.09.06
GSAPP begins again – thank you for this opportunity, Amale Andraos!!! (What's up Nile Greenberg – time to go to town!)
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2017.08.30
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Working with Rives Rash, we installed project Open Market (Kevin Chen, Justin Kerzner) – another superfurniture project where a flexible interior houses a flexible pop-up shop!
2017.08.23
This season, Joanna Grant unleashes her superpower of Snuggle, with Dee Vasilevskaia.
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Our SFMOMA project, insideoutsidebetweenbeyond, finally closes after an incredible six months run. Thank you, once again, Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, for your generosity and patience with us. More importantly, thank you – Eric, Sohun, Manyan, and the entire team of the CalPoly assassin squad – we are truly blessed to have this opportunity.

We are also happy to report that three of the models have been collected by SFMOMA.
2017.08.11
Helvetica (cat) has been in the office for the past 9 years – as the ultimate studio cat, she effectively assumed the role of the director of HR (Human Relations, the softening of). This day was the official retirement party of Helvetica – thank you for your service, the H one! For she is a jolly good fellow!!!
2017.08.11
What an amazing summer team: Thinh Ngyuen, Sarah Wagner, Clara Pugsley, Dee V, Jeffrey Liu, Jake Parkin. Special thanks to: Alicia Jones, Maya Reyes, Collette Aro, Sam Rubio, Erin Day, Sophie Pawlak, and more…
2017.08.08
Bureau Spectacular relocated to 3326 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CA. 90007
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Joanna Grant begins teaching at the University of Southern California.
2017.07.14

Prototype of our project, Another Liberty, was exhibited at Volume Gallery in Chicago. Thank you, Sam Vinz!
2017.08.02
The Gentrification final review at Syracuse University (NYC) with ZUS was a great success! Congratulations everyone!
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2017.07.11
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Jimenez Lai joins ZUS (Rotterdam) for a workshop at the Fisher Center in New York City, as a part of the Syracuse University summer program. Thanks to the amazing organization skills of Shell Li. What a wonderful treat, Kristian Koreman and Elma van Boxel! Special shoutout to Tim Peeters!!
2017.06.29
We had a chance to showcase fragments of Beachside Lonelyhearts at Bulthuab (Los Angeles). Thank you, Tibbie Dunbar, and thank you This X That!!!