Nat will discuss his research into how to draw conditions of uncertainty in architecture, the rich realm beyond the grasp of the traditional architectural program. The work is developed through a series of nine types of drawing instrument, some of which have multiple versions.
Nat is an architect and the Professor of Experimental Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, following professorships at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen and the University of Manitoba where he was also graduate chair and Head of Architecture. Before that he taught at the Bartlett as well as North and East London Universities in addition to working in practice. With Perry Kulper from the University of Michigan he won’t the competition for Pamphlet Architecture 34 that includes some of the work discussed in this lecture.