LECTURE: Clifton Fordham: "Learning from Postwar Building Enclosures"
Clifton Fordham is an assistant professor of architecture at Tyler. He is the editor of the book Constructing Building Enclosures: Architectural History, Technology and Poetics in the Postwar Era. In addition to forming the practice Clifton Fordham Architect, he has worked in the offices of KieranTimberlake, Voith & Macta-vish, Rafael Vinoly, and Gensler. His primary research area is integrated building design, building enclosures and architectural detailing with a focus on details that regulate the sun.