College of Architecture and Planning Guest Lecture Series 2017-18
Dwayne Oyler is the co-founder of Los Angeles based firm Oyler-Wu Collaborative, as well as an instructor at the Souther California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) where he teaches design studio, applied studies, & visual studies. He received a B.Arch. from Kansas State University in 1996 and an M.Arch from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design in 2001. He was awarded the Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill Traveling Fellowship in 1996.
Oyler has worked in the offices of Toshiko Mori, and has collaborated with Lebbeus Woods on several projects. He has also taught at SCI-Arc’s Research Institute for Experimental Architecture in Vico Morcote, Switzerland. Prior to relocating to Los Angeles in 2004, he taught in the Thesis Design Studio program at Cooper Union for the Advancement for Arts and Sciences in New York City.
His firm, Oyler-Wu Collaborative, was also a recipient of the J. Irwin & Xenia S. Miller Prize for their installation The Exchange during the Inaugural 2017 Exhibit Columbus.
A short reception will follow the lecture in the CAP gallery.
Approved for 1 CEU by AIA and LA CES