Emerging Voices 2016
Heather Roberge | Murmur
Heather Roberge founded Heather Roberge | Murmur in 2008 and is associate professor in the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA where she currently holds the position of director of the undergraduate program in Architectural Studies. Roberge’s work “explores the intersection of computation and material production to transform architectural spaces, assemblies, and objects.” Recent projects include En Pointe, an installation at SCI-Arc Gallery, the Vortex House residence, and the Gatins Chan residence, all in Los Angeles.
Visit the 2016 Emerging Voices online feature to learn more about all eight of this year’s winning firms.
View lecture videos, read roundtable conversations, and see profiles on each of the eight 2016 Emerging Voices.
Sticks by Hou de Sousa was the winner of Folly 2016. Read an essay on this functional structure by Pasqualina Azzarello, Socrates Director of Public Programs; a roundtable discussion featuring the designers among other participants; and a look at this year’s other notable competition entries.
Announcing the winners of the Architectural League Prize 2016: (im)permanence
A collection of the winning essays from the fourth annual Urban Omnibus writing competition, As Seen On [ ].