LEFT DETAIL Model Photograph © Greg Lynn FORM 2009
CENTER DETAIL Model Photograph © Greg Lynn FORM 2009
RIGHT DETAIL Model Photograph © Greg Lynn FORM 2009
Digital Rendering © Greg Lynn FORM 2009
Digital Rendering © Greg Lynn FORM 2009
Digital Rendering © Greg Lynn FORM 2009

Los Angeles, 2008 – present
Restaurant, outdoor seating plaza and new entry gateway to existing office tower directly across from new LACMA entry on Wilshire Boulevard for the Ratkovich Company.




Archinect posted an interview with Greg from issue 1/2 of Place-Holder, the Univerisity of Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design Journal.

GF42 Trimaran Exhibition


“Performative Composites: Sailing Architecture” is an exhibition featuring the design and construction of a 42’ prototype trimaran built in California by Westerly Marine, designed by Greg Lynn FORM and Courouble Design & Engineering.  Models, renderings, videos of computational fluid dynamic analysis, construction documents, documentary photographs and molds used in manufacturing will be on display from November 3rd until November 16th in Watt Hall Gallery at the USC School of Architecture.

Carbon Canopy

Canopy made of unidirectional carbon fiber straps fabricated by Kreysler and Associates and designed by Greg Lynn FORM for the first Composites Pavilion at the Chicago 2014 AIA Convention.

Archaeology of the Digital: Media and Machines

The second phase of the Greg Lynn-curated Archaeology of the Digital series opens May 21 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. The series investigates how architecture engaged with digital technology from the 1980s until the turn of the century. Media and Machines brings together Asymptote’s New York Stock Exchange Virtual Trading Floor and Operation Center, Karl Chu’s Catastrophe Machine and X Phylum, the Objectile Panels by Bernard Cache, Hyposurface by dECOi Architects, Muscle NSA by ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd], and NOX’s H2Oexpo.


Greg Lynn Form: Stranded Sears Tower and New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture at the Art Institute of Chicago are closing on 5 January 2014. Together, the two exhibitions span from a project designed without a computer but with digital technology in mind to recent digital images. “Stranded Sears Tower” is an exhibition of 23 ink and pencil on mylar drawings and a model from 1992. “New Views” is an exhibition curated by CLOG, focusing on the digitally rendered images and their place in museums architecture collections.

Greg Lynn Form: Stranded Sears Tower
New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture



Our contribution to the MoCA New Sculpturalism exhibition was published in the LA Times today;… only as the sole illustration to the “Worst of 2013″!

LA Times Best of 2013

Recent Work Featured in Uncube Magazine

The GF 42, RV Prototype, 3DI chairs, and Swarovski Sails are featured in the
latest carbon-themed issue of Uncube Magazine.

Flatware and Toy Furniture at the Museum of Art and Design

Dog Shelf from the Toy Furniture series as well as the Flatware Prototypes from the permanent collection of LACMA are featured in the Museum of Art and Design’s “Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital.” The show runs from October 16 to July 6.

MoCA: A New Sculpturalism show closing


MoCA’s current architecture exhibition “A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California” is up for its final weekend and closes on Monday, September 16th.

Stranded Sears Tower at the Art Institute of Chicago


Stranded Sears Tower model and 23 drawings from 1992 have just been entered into the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago and will be on exhibition as part of the “3 in 1: Contemporary Explorations in Architecture and Design” exhibition opening on September 28th through January 5th, 2014.




A new website is launched describing the racing and cruising trimaran that is the latest design by Greg Lynn FORM in collaboration with Courouble Design & Engineering: Yacht & Aerospace. Construction of the 42′ long & 32′ wide boat is underway at Westerly Marine in Southern CA. Information on the boat as well as regular updates on its construction can be found at:


MAY 15, 2013


The current and future use of composites in architecture will be explored in a day-long conference in Denver on May 15, 2013. It will feature speakers from a broad variety of perspectives who will discuss both the potential applications and the real-world challenges of this emerging construction material. American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) Western Chapter Conference runs from May 15-16.

Alessi Supple Cups Featured in MOMA Exhibition

March 2, 2013–January 31, 2014

The Alessi Supple Cups are included in the exhibition ‘Applied Design’ at MoMA in Architecture and Design Galleries, 3rd floor.

RV Prototype featured at National Academy Museum


Drawings, videos and a 1/25th scale model of the RV Prototype House are included in the “Seismic Shifts” exhibition at the National Academy Museum in NYC opening January 30th.

Harry Ransom Center Flair Symposium: Visions of the Future


Along with Craig Hodgetts, Allan W. Shearer, Bruce Sterling and moderator Lloyd Walker, Greg Lynn will participate on the panel “Today’s Visions for Tomorrow” at the tenth biennial Fleur Cowles Flair Symposium: ‘Visions of the Future’ organized in conjunction with the exhibition “I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Designs America” at the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin

Dezeen features the RV (Room Vehicle) PROTOTYPE

RV (Room Vehicle) PROTOTYPE is featured in today’s issue of Dezeen.

RV (Room Vehicle) PROTOTYPE



RV PROTOTYPE House is a 1/5th scale model of a house that increases living space by rotating in two axes on a robotic base.  In addition to a floor in one orientation, one wall and the ceiling surface can be rotated as new floors.  150m2 of living surface is realized within a 60m2 footprint.  Made of a lightweight cored carbon fiber fabric the entire shell weighs less than 50 kilos allowing it to rotate freely.

The robotic model will be on exhibition at INTERIEUR 2012: Future Primitives from October 20-28 in the Kortrijk Xpo, Hall 4.


Greg Lynn will give the keynote ‘Kreysler Lecture’ at the 2012 Acadia Conference: Synthetic Digital Ecologies at 5pm in the main hall of the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center, 1675 Owens Street (near 16th Street).

Atelier Swarovski Collection in Salt Magazine

OCTOBER 3, 2012

SALT Magazine

Atelier Swarovski jewelry designed by Greg Lynn FORM is featured in the upcoming Fall/Winter issue of SALT, Swarovski’s biannual fashion and design magazine.


“TOY HOUSE” or “la casa blob” better known as the Bloom House is in the October 2012 issue of CASA DA ABITARE.