Runcible Studios: How To Start Your Own Practice (w/ Marilyn Moedinger)

Runcible Studios: How To Start Your Own Practice (w/ Marilyn Moedinger)

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Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Principal

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Runcible Studios

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January 27, 2022 1:00 PM

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Join us for Best Practice, a virtual fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations at architecture firms and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the architecture and engineering industry are innovating through new business models and managerial techniques.

We’re chatting with Marilyn Moedinger of Runcible Studios about how to start your own practice.

Marilyn is the founding principal of Runcible Studios. Like the runcible spoon, she is happiest operating at the seams between practicality and whimsy, utility and beauty, the esoteric and the mundane. Deeply passionate about the capacity for design to affect positive change in the world, Marilyn’s interest in all aspects of housing, the connections between urban and rural life, the construction process, justice in the built environment, and the overlaps among disciplines, methodologies, and practices fuels Runcible Studios’ mission to be nimble, rigorous, curious, fun, and meaningful.

An adjunct professor for over 10 years, she has taught design studios, construction detailing, building science, theory, and design-build/community engagement courses at Boston Architectural College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Northeastern University. She has lectured on her research and/or been a guest critic at University of Virginia, UC Berkeley, Harvard GSD, Elon University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, and University of Cincinnati, as well as various architecture and design firms in Boston and nationally. She previously practiced architecture at Utile, Inc. in Boston, and worked as a construction project manager, contractor, and estimator in Charlottesville, VA.  She was the Director of Practice Instruction and Community Engagement Projects at the BAC, where she directed nearly 80 student-led community and design/build projects for Boston area non-profits.

She is currently serving as Chair of the Advisory Board for Northeastern University’s NuLawLab, and as a facilitator for the Entrepreneur Architect Academy. Previously, she has been a weekly volunteer at MSPCA Boston Adoption Center, a founding member of the Productive Collective, and an inaugural member of the UVA Young Alumni Council.

She earned a BS in Architecture, BA in History, and an M.Arch from University of Virginia, where she won several awards for her teaching and academic work, including for her thesis, “A Pickup Truck Prototype: Affordable, Panelized Housing in Appalachia.” Marilyn was also the 2010 recipient of the SOM Prize.

Marilyn is licensed in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

date / time:

January 27, 2022 1:00 PM

PST

George Valdes

George Valdes

Growth

@

Monograph

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan

Growth

@

Monograph

Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Principal

@

Runcible Studios

resources:
resources:
hosted by:
George Valdes

George Valdes

Growth

@

Monograph

Chris Morgan

Chris Morgan

Growth

@

Monograph

Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Marilyn Moedinger, AIA

Principal

@

Runcible Studios

date / time:

January 27, 2022 1:00 PM

PST

resources:

Join us for Best Practice, a virtual fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations at architecture firms and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the architecture and engineering industry are innovating through new business models and managerial techniques.

We’re chatting with Marilyn Moedinger of Runcible Studios about how to start your own practice.

Marilyn is the founding principal of Runcible Studios. Like the runcible spoon, she is happiest operating at the seams between practicality and whimsy, utility and beauty, the esoteric and the mundane. Deeply passionate about the capacity for design to affect positive change in the world, Marilyn’s interest in all aspects of housing, the connections between urban and rural life, the construction process, justice in the built environment, and the overlaps among disciplines, methodologies, and practices fuels Runcible Studios’ mission to be nimble, rigorous, curious, fun, and meaningful.

An adjunct professor for over 10 years, she has taught design studios, construction detailing, building science, theory, and design-build/community engagement courses at Boston Architectural College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Northeastern University. She has lectured on her research and/or been a guest critic at University of Virginia, UC Berkeley, Harvard GSD, Elon University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, and University of Cincinnati, as well as various architecture and design firms in Boston and nationally. She previously practiced architecture at Utile, Inc. in Boston, and worked as a construction project manager, contractor, and estimator in Charlottesville, VA.  She was the Director of Practice Instruction and Community Engagement Projects at the BAC, where she directed nearly 80 student-led community and design/build projects for Boston area non-profits.

She is currently serving as Chair of the Advisory Board for Northeastern University’s NuLawLab, and as a facilitator for the Entrepreneur Architect Academy. Previously, she has been a weekly volunteer at MSPCA Boston Adoption Center, a founding member of the Productive Collective, and an inaugural member of the UVA Young Alumni Council.

She earned a BS in Architecture, BA in History, and an M.Arch from University of Virginia, where she won several awards for her teaching and academic work, including for her thesis, “A Pickup Truck Prototype: Affordable, Panelized Housing in Appalachia.” Marilyn was also the 2010 recipient of the SOM Prize.

Marilyn is licensed in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

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Join us for Best Practice, a virtual fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations at architecture firms and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the architecture and engineering industry are innovating through new business models and managerial techniques.

We’re chatting with Marilyn Moedinger of Runcible Studios about how to start your own practice.

Marilyn is the founding principal of Runcible Studios. Like the runcible spoon, she is happiest operating at the seams between practicality and whimsy, utility and beauty, the esoteric and the mundane. Deeply passionate about the capacity for design to affect positive change in the world, Marilyn’s interest in all aspects of housing, the connections between urban and rural life, the construction process, justice in the built environment, and the overlaps among disciplines, methodologies, and practices fuels Runcible Studios’ mission to be nimble, rigorous, curious, fun, and meaningful.

An adjunct professor for over 10 years, she has taught design studios, construction detailing, building science, theory, and design-build/community engagement courses at Boston Architectural College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Northeastern University. She has lectured on her research and/or been a guest critic at University of Virginia, UC Berkeley, Harvard GSD, Elon University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Rhode Island School of Design, and University of Cincinnati, as well as various architecture and design firms in Boston and nationally. She previously practiced architecture at Utile, Inc. in Boston, and worked as a construction project manager, contractor, and estimator in Charlottesville, VA.  She was the Director of Practice Instruction and Community Engagement Projects at the BAC, where she directed nearly 80 student-led community and design/build projects for Boston area non-profits.

She is currently serving as Chair of the Advisory Board for Northeastern University’s NuLawLab, and as a facilitator for the Entrepreneur Architect Academy. Previously, she has been a weekly volunteer at MSPCA Boston Adoption Center, a founding member of the Productive Collective, and an inaugural member of the UVA Young Alumni Council.

She earned a BS in Architecture, BA in History, and an M.Arch from University of Virginia, where she won several awards for her teaching and academic work, including for her thesis, “A Pickup Truck Prototype: Affordable, Panelized Housing in Appalachia.” Marilyn was also the 2010 recipient of the SOM Prize.

Marilyn is licensed in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.

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