1 Million Cups Featuring Emily Andersen
Emily Andersen, DeOld Andersen Architecture, will be speaking about design for humans at The Exchange Building for the weekly 1 Million Cups event April 18th from 9 am to 10 am.
Emily Andersen is a co-founding Principal of DeOld Andersen Architecture and design director, in addition to serving as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She received her BSAS and MA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Prior to forming DAA, she was an Associate at Slade Architecture in New York City where she worked as the project architect for a wide range of projects including commercial and residential projects, a retail project in Shanghai, China, and public work with the City of New York. She has been a visiting critic to Texas Tech University in both Lubbock, TX and Montreal, QC, NYIT in Old Westbury, NY, and to Parsons The New School for Design, in New York, NY and more recently served as part of the design jury for the South Dakota state AIA awards.
DAA is an architecture and design partnership in Omaha, Nebraska, originally founded in New York City in 2010. Current projects include the rehabilitation of a historic building, a commercial building in a suburban neighborhood, a variety of projects with the local public school district, an industrial building, and the exhibition of work imagining the future of sustainable neighborhoods.