Tom Chung - Leers Weinzapfel

In this podcast we speak to Tom Chung about the design of some of the first large scale “Mass Timber” buildings in the United States.

Teulo Pods logo

CPD Points

0.5 ADNZ Points 5 NZRAB Points 0.8 Global Standards Points

Presented By

Teulo Pods and Daniel Gudsell from Abodo Wood

Event Description

In this podcast we speak to Tom Chung about the design of some of the first large scale “Mass Timber”  buildings in the United States and his reasons for driving this timber renaissance in the United States of America.

A design leader in the firm with over 20 years experience, Tom is an exceptionally creative member of the Leers Weinzapfel team.

He is a talented architect who has been a primary designer for a number of the firm’s most prominent projects, including the Paul S. Russell MD. Museum of Medical History and Innovation at Massachusetts General Hospital.

He also has an outstanding ability to lead complex projects, including the Integrated Design Building at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; the Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences Building Renovation at Brown University; and the Global Education Building at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

As adjunct faculty, Tom has taught has taught design studios at Northeastern University School of Architecture exploring architecture and urban design subjects, has been a juror at design reviews including the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, and leads office discussions on various design issues.

Tom received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia and Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

ADNZ Points: 0.5 design

Tom Chung - Leers Weinzapfel image

You'll need to be a member to access this podcast.

Sign up for free here or login here if already a member.

Ready to start earning CPD points?

Sign up Free Login