Eric Worcester, who received his Master in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, is the founder of the New York City firm MANIFOLD. Among the competition entries featured in his portfolio, his RANT (Residences for the Application of New Technology) designed for an urban design competition for Manhattanžs east side sponsored by the Van Alen Institute, was selected for presentation and later exhibited at the Tulane University School of Architecture Gallery. Worcester also was a finalist for the Dinkeloo Fellowship, an award based on portfolio reviews of projects involving new technology. His design for a Garden of Justice was selected for "39 Under 39," a group exhibition of international architects under 39 years of age sponsored by the Academy of Architecture, Arts and Sciences in California.

Lecture on Thursday, May 31, 2001. 6:30pm
The Urban Center