Event:

Jane Wernick, Engineering the Designed Environment MSA Friday Lecture Series
Glasgow School of Art

Event Type:

Architecture Friday Lecture

Location:

Reid Auditorium, Reid Building, 164 Renfrew Street

Open:

18 Oct 2019
Friday,
15:00 - 17:00

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Jane Wernick, Engineering the Designed Environment MSA Friday Lecture Series

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JANE WERNICK

‘Engineering the Designed Environment – a structural engineer’s perspective’

http://www.wernick.eu.com

https://vimeo.com/170789313

Jane Wernick CBE

Jane is an engineer who likes to work on projects that give delight.  At Arup since 1973, she ran their Los Angeles office from 1986-88.  Her most notable project was the Millennium Wheel.

In 1998 she founded Jane Wernick Associates (JWA).  Projects include the Young Vic; the treetop walkway at Kew Gardens; and the Living Architecture Houses.  In 2015 JWA was incorporated into engineers HRW, where she is now a consultant.

Jane has taught at many architecture schools.  She won the 2013 CBI First Woman of the Built Environment Award.  She is a member of various Design Review Panels, and think tanks, and edited the RIBA Building Futures book, ‘Building Happiness – Architecture to Make You Smile’.