Florian Idenburg, co-founding principal of design firm SO-IL in New York, appeared and spoke at Texas A&M’s Architecture Lecture Series a couple of months ago on September 10th. Some of Idenburg’s work includes a master plan for a cultural campus in Shanghai, a community center on the coast of Belgium, a series of prints for the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, a park pavilion located in Amsterdam, and student housing in Athens (I’m immediately amusing in Greece; sorry Georgia).
Idenburg & SO-IL are involved in every scale and all stages of the architectural process, and they rely on their extensive experience within the realms of architecture, academia and the arts. The firm has amassed numerous honors, including the MoMAPS1 Young Architects Program for an innovative urban playground project and the AIA Young Practices Award.
Florian Idenburg was then interviewed after his appearance at Texas A&M’s Architecture Lecture Series on September 10th by Peter Lang, an associate professor of architecture at Texas A&M University.