Gabriel Fries-Briggs is an architectural designer, educator, and Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning. His work examines architectural intersections of land, labor, technology, and the environment. Gabriel is a creator of Reimaging, a project and platform that cultivates representation futures for architectural production. He co-founded 2426, a space in Los Angeles that combines the production and exhibition of new architectural works. He previously taught at the University of California, Los Angeles. Gabriel has written about architecture for the journals Project, Pidgin, ARPA, Room One Thousand, The Journal of Public Space, and elsewhere and contributed to the books How to Level a Foundation (2017) and Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art and Design (Springer 2014). He has exhibited works and created installations in New York, California, New Mexico, and Germany. He received his M.Arch. from Princeton University and his B.A. from Columbia University. He is the director of Descriptive Services, an architectural practice exploring the politics of building systems, changing environments, and contemporary techniques of description.
2023 Changing Climate
Albuquerque, New Mexico USA