Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch

Aranda/Lasch
Young Architects Forum 2007: Proof

Recorded: May 31, 2007

Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch founded Aranda/Lasch, a New York-based architectural studio, in 2003. Recent projects include “Grotto,” a landscape installation, which was a finalist for the 2005 MoMA/PS1 Young Architects Competition; “Baskets,” a collaborative project with Native-American basket weaver Terrol Dew Johnson, exhibited at Artists Space; and the winning design for the Gateway to Las Vegas Design Competition, the project “10-Mile Spiral.” Additionally, Aranda/Lasch’s video work under the name terraswarm has been shown at numerous international media and film festivals and includes “The Brooklyn Pigeon Project,” shown on PBS.

The Architectural League’s Young Architects Forum is an annual competition and series of lectures and exhibitions organized by the Architectural League and its Young Architects Committee. The Forum was established to recognize specific works of high quality and to encourage the exchange of ideas among young people who might otherwise not have a forum.