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David Ruy Joins SAC as guest tutor

05 April 2016

We proudly announce the two-semester long Guest Tutorship of David Ruy starting this Summer Semester and lasting until and including the Winter Semester 2016/17.

Ruy is an architect, theorist, and director of Ruy Klein in New York City. Ruy Klein examines contemporary problems at the intersection of architecture, nature, and technology. Encompassing a wide array of experimentation, projects study the mutual imbrications of artificial and natural regimes that are shaping an ever more synthetic world. Widely published and exhibited, Ruy Klein has been the recipient of numerous awards recognising the firm as one of the leading experimental practices in architecture today. Ruy received his M.Arch. from Columbia University and his BA from St. John’s College with a concentration in philosophy and mathematics. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design at Pratt Institute, New York and an Advisor at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles.

Gefördert durch den DAAD aus Mitteln des Bundesministeriums für Bildung und Forschung / Supported by the DAAD with fundings from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.