Rendering for Weil Hall. ©KieranTimberlake.

Special Presentation: Weil Hall + Kemper Art Museum Expansion

October 26, 2017
5:30p Reception, 6p Presentation
Frick Forum & Emerson Auditorium, First Floor, Knight Hall, Olin Business School

The Sam Fox School invites you to join Carmon Colangelo, Ralph J. Nagel Dean, at a special event for our alumni and friends in the St. Louis area. Richard Maimon, partner at KieranTimberlake, will share the exciting vision for the construction of Anabeth and John Weil Hall and the expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, as well as a selection of the firm's other featured projects, including the U.S. Embassy in London.

A reception will take place from 5:30-6p in Knight Hall's Frick Forum, followed by the presentation from 6-7p in Emerson Auditorium.

RSVP by October 24 to or 314.935.5860.

Complimentary parking is available after 5p in the Millbrook Parking Garage, accessible via Throop Drive from Forest Park Parkway. For more information about visitor parking on the Danforth Campus, click here>>

About Richard Maimon

Richard Maimon, FAIA, is a partner at KieranTimberlake. Established in 1984, the firm has more than 130 members and is a leader in practice-based design research and innovation. In his more than twenty years leading projects at KieranTimberlake, Maimon has worked to move architecture
forward while creating projects that remain deeply rooted to place and culture.

Maimon leads KieranTimberlake's team working on the East End Transformation at Washington University, including the construction of Anabeth and John Weil Hall and the expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. He also currently oversees projects at New York University and LOVE Park in Philadelphia. His past projects include the Embassy of the United States in London, Dilworth Park at Philadelphia’s City Hall, Levine Hall at the University of Pennsylvania, and a range of projects for the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Arden Theatre Company, and the Philadelphia Theatre Company.

Maimon advocates for innovation and has spoken internationally, reframing what is possible
in architecture by investigating sustainability, tectonics, design processes, and construction
methodology. He has also addressed issues around building within historic precincts and the
role of architecture in diplomacy. Maimon has served on several design juries, and was chair of
the 2010 AIA Honor Awards, where he led the jury to recognize projects that build community and conserve natural resources.