Roundhouse Platform is a collaboration between designers, educators and curators Noémie Despland-Lichtert and Brendan Sullivan Shea dedicated to investigating cycles of change in architectural production and the perception, documentation, and preservation of site-specific histories. Its scholarly work has been widely published and its workshops, curatorial projects, and urban labs have been supported by LA as Subject, USC Special Collections, WuHo, Texas Tech, Iowa Lakeside Lab, and Wikipedia.
Noémie Despland-Lichtert, currently the Teaching Fellow at The School of Architecture, is a curator, educator and an urban historian. She holds a BFA from Concordia University, a Post-Professional Master of Architecture from McGill, and a Master of Curatorial Studies from the University of Southern California.
Brendan Sullivan Shea, currently the Research Fellow at The School of Architecture, is an architectural designer, educator, and writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from the University of California Los Angeles and a Master of Architecture from Princeton University.