Arch 262 Guest Lecture | Sarah Willmer
On October 7th, Sarah Willmer will be lecturing to the Arch 262 class and the whole CED community is invited to attend.
Ms Wilmer is a founding principal of Sarah Willmer Studio Architecture. She holds a Master in Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University. Following 14 years with several prominent firms, including the internationally recognized Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Polshek Partnership Architects and Anshen + Allen, Ms. Willmer founded Studio Sarah Willmer Architecture. Driven by the desire to stay intimately involved with the design process from concept to construction, Ms. Willmer brings her diverse background and team-leading experience to the firm’s commercial and residential projects.
Ms. Willmer is active in the community and a broad range of design projects. She participated in an artist-in-residency program at the Netherlands’ European Ceramic Works Center to develop a ceramic panel for modern architecture. This work, “Ceramic Skins, Transforming Light and Space” was exhibited in 2009 in Eindhoven at Dutch Design Week. She has led numerous architectural design studios. She is presently a Senior Adjunct Professor at San Francisco’s California College of the Arts and a visiting lecturer at University of California, Berkeley currently teaching 100C studio.