Kiel Moe lecture

Kiel Moe's research focuses on converged material and energy systems. 

July 5, 2011

Recorded on June 15, 2011.

The League Prize is an annual competition that has been organized by The Architectural League since 1981. Open to designers ten years or less out of school, it draws entrants from around North America.

Kiel Moe received a 2011 award.

Kiel Moe is a registered architect and an assistant professor of architectural technology at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He maintains a design-build practice for smaller, research-driven projects. Moe also consults with larger offices on integrated design strategies for projects at a range of building scales, types, and climates.

His research focuses on the theories, techniques, and technologies of converged material and energy systems for high-performance buildings. He is the author of Integrated Design in Contemporary Architecture and Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture, both from Princeton Architectural Press. He was awarded the 2009–10 Gorham P. Stevens Rome Prize in Architecture and is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. He recently received the 2011 AIA Young Architects Award.

Moe received his BArch from the University of Cincinnati, his MArch from the University of Virginia, and his MDesS in Design and Environmental Studies from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Advanced Studies Program.

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