Faculty Work Part of ‘Day of the Dead’ MAK Exhibition
Woodbury University School of Architecture faculty Annie Chu and Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, along with Wahlroos-Ritter's partner Roland, are included in an exhibition hosted by the MAK Center for Art and Architecture. The MAK Center invited a select group of architects, designers and artists to produce a light fixture of any kind and donate it to its First Day of the Dead Auction. Images can be found by clicking HERE. The exhibition also features work from Woodbury adjunct faculty Olivia Booth and Nate Page.
Wahlroos-Ritter is an architect, educator, and design consultant specializing in the building envelope and the experimental architectural use of glass. She received her M.Arch at UCLA and is currently Chair of the Graduate Architecture Department in Los Angeles at Woodbury University. She established her own practice in 1999. Completed projects include The Glass Studio, and The Summer Stage, an outdoor demonstration theatre for glassblowing. She and her partner, Roland, established their joint practice, [WROAD], in London and are currently working in Los Angeles on a number of projects in California, Korea, and China.
Chu, an associate professor, is a founding principal of the award winning firm CHU+GOODING Architects in Los Angeles which, since 1996, has focused on projects for arts-related and higher education clients, including cultural organizations such as Autry National Center, Hammer Museum, MoCA, Getty Center, Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, Kentucky Museum of Art + Craft, and UC Riverside.