Irene Keil

Senior Professor of Practice - Architecture
Master of Architecture, University of California, Los Angeles; Diplom-Ingenieur Architekt, RWTH Aachen / Germany
Office Hours:

M 12:00-1:00pm and by appointment

Research and Teaching Interests:

 

Courses:

DSGN 3100/7100 & 3200/7200 - Third Year Design Studio

Irene Keil is a practicing architect, working in New Orleans and Berlin. With architectural degrees from Germany and the United States, she initially worked in both countries on a range of civic and commercial projects with firms such as O.M.Ungers in Cologne, Juergen Sawade in Berlin, and Studio Works in Los Angeles. In 1989 she opened her own firm in Berlin and New Orleans where she has worked since on projects ranging from urban design proposals and competitions to large scale building projects and small scale interiors.

For her work she was awarded the German Rome Prize in 1992 and she stayed at the German Academy Villa Massimo in Rome in 1992-93. In addition to practicing, she has taught design studios at SCIARC Los Angeles and at Tulane.

Irene Keil

Senior Professor of Practice - Architecture

Cochon / 2005-06

Communal table + bench for restaurant in new orleans [with David Gregor - PORK]

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