Marcelyn Gow servo los angeles

Marcelyn Gow is a partner and founding member of servo los angeles. Gow received her Architecture degrees from the Architectural Association, London (AADipl, RIBA II), and Columbia University (MsAAD). In addition she received a Dr.Sc. from the ETH, Zurich. Gow’s doctoral dissertation, Invisible Environment: Art, Architecture and a Systems Aesthetic 1960-1971, explores the relationship between aesthetic research and technological innovation. Gow has lectured internationally and contributed to journals including Perspecta, Via, and AD. She is the coeditor of Material Beyond Materials and Onramp 4. Gow was the recipient of a 2012 Grant to Individuals from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, a 2012 Pasadena Art Alliance Award, and a 2014-15 City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Visual Artist Fellowship. She currently teaches graduate design studios and critical studies seminars at the Southern California Institute of Architecture - SCIArc in Los Angeles. Gow has been a visiting professor in architectural technology at the Royal Institute of Technology - KTH in Stockholm. She has also taught at UCLA’s Department of Architecture and Urban Design and in the studio of Greg Lynn at the ETH in Zurich. Prior to establishing servo Gow worked in the offices of Reiser + Umemoto, New York and Open Office, New York.

William Mohline servo los angeles

William Mohline is a partner of servo los angeles. Mohline studied architecture at the Southern California Institute of Architecture - SCIArc in Los Angeles and literary criticism at the University of Wisconsin. Mohline specializes in construction management and has supervised several high end residential projects including the award winning Pittman-Dowell residence designed by MMA. Prior to joining servo los angeles Mohline designed the Low Gallery in Los Angeles and worked in the office of Karl Chu. Mohline is the editor of Zugmann: Schindler and has been a guest critic for reviews at SCI-Arc, UCLA, and USC.