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Annette W. Lecuyer
University at Buffalo

Department of Architecture

Annette LeCuyer received professional and graduate diplomas from the Architectural Association in London and is a licensed architect in the United Kingdom.

She worked for Foster Associates and was an Associate at Allies and Morrison Architects, where she led the design teams for award winning projects in London and at Cambridge University.

Professor LeCuyer is the author of books on contemporary architecture and building technology including ETFE – Technology and Design (Birkhauser, 2008), Steel and Beyond – New Strategies for Metals in Architecture (Birkhauser, 2003) and Radical Tectonics (Thames and Hudson, 2001). She is co-author of All-American: Innovation in American Architecture (Thames and Hudson, 2002); an editor of buffaloBOOKS; and a contributor to The Architectural Review.

She was a plenary speaker at “Assembling Architecture,” the 2009 national conference of the Building Technology Educators’ Society. She recently lectured at RMIT in Melbourne and co-taught a workshop at the School of Architecture of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.