October 3 daOMA Welcomes Clive Wilkinson
Lecture begins at 7 pm in the Witherspoon Concert Hall; cash bar opens at 6 pm

In partnership with Joslyn Art Museum, Design Alliance Omaha (daOMA) presents a free lecture by Clive Wilkinson, FAIA, FIIDA, RIBA

CLIVE WILKINSON
is an architect, designer, writer and strategist with particular expertise in the application of urban design thinking to interior design, specifically in workplace and educational communities. He was born in South Africa and educated in the United Kingdom, where he received his degree from the prestigious Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. His practice, Clive Wilkinson Architects, was established in Los Angeles in 1991 and is an acknowledged global leader in workplace design. He has created unique spaces for Disney, Google, Macquarie, Microsoft, Nokia, and TBWA\Chiat\Day. In 2005, Clive was inducted into the Interior Design ‘Hall of Fame’. In 2006, he was named as a ‘Master of Design’ by Fast Company and, in 2011, a ‘Pioneer of Design’ by IIDA. His firm’s portfolio of work has been selected as a Finalist for two years running in the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt Museum National Design Awards. In 2012, the firm was honored as the Winner for excellence in the category of Interior Design. Clive is a former Board Director of AIA|LA, a member of the GSA National Peer Registry, and has served as a keynote speaker at global media and design conferences. His designs have received over 140 awards to date.

daOMA (design alliance OMAha, Inc.) is a non-profit dedicated to public education and appreciation of architecture and the design arts. daOMA is about design in all forms and the education and community that perpetuate it. This is accomplished by fostering a continuing and challenging public discourse on the design disciplines and their relationship to our cities, workplace, and home. Rooted in the intellectual and social foundations of design culture, daOMA’s primary mission is to expand and grow design appreciation and awareness. Central to this mission is the organizations core programs of public lectures and presentations featuring local, regional, and world renowned architects, designers, critics, historians and patrons.