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Talking with Our Architect in the Space We Made Real

The Resonance Test 2: Eric Höweler

September 29, 2016
by Ken GordonLee Moreau
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When Continuum started planning our migration to the Innovation District, we knew we’d need a sympathetic architectural partner. We were lucky enough to find one in Höweler + Yoon, a firm whose design ethos so resembles ours that we think of them less as vendors than long-lost cousins. This family resemblance is apparent the moment you click “play” on the latest installment of The Resonance Test, in which architect Eric Höweler and Lee Moreau, Continuum Principal, kibbitz about such things as designing for serendipitous encounters, the sexy-sounding idea of “design desire,” the ups and downs of submersibles, and Continuum’s eye-popping, show-stopping French’s Mustard Yellow floor. So click away, reader, and get an earful from cousin Eric.

Host: Pete Chapin
Editor: Kyp Pilalas
Producer: Ken Gordon

The Resonance Test 2: Eric Höweler by Continuum
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About the Author

  • Gordon Ken
    Ken Gordon
    Content, Conversation, and Community Strategist

    Ken makes Continuum’s work visible to the necessary people. He creates superlative content, works with colleagues to do the same, and employs social networks to share it widely.

    A card-carrying humanist, Ken co-founded QuickMuse, the improvisational writing website, and JEDLAB, the Jewish education community. He has written for TheAtlantic.com, the New York Times, and many other pubs.

    Ken has an English degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an MA in English from the State University of New York at Albany. He framed both diplomas long ago, but can’t seem to find them now—a fact he considers all-too-human.

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    Lee Moreau
    Principal

    Lee Moreau is a Principal at Continuum, a global design and innovation consultancy. An architect and strategist, Lee combines a unique capacity for complex-systems thinking with a deeply empathic perspective, which he uses to critically engage and re-imagine the contemporary world.

    Through research, analysis, and imagination, Lee helps Continuum’s clients understand their entanglement within their own complex set of cultural, material, and economic circumstances. Lee has led service design projects for a diverse group of clients that blur the boundaries between content and experience.