25 Feb Gyroscopic Horizons
Neil Denari (Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA)
Friday, February 25 / 12:30 PM
South Hall 2635
Former Director of SCI-ARC from 1997-2001 and recipient of the Ralph Recchia award and the Samuel F. B. Morse Medal for architecture in 2002 from the National Academy of Design in New York for distinguished work in the field, Neil Denari is principal of NMDA, Neil M. Denari Architects Inc. His work has been included in the exhibitions “Glamour” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2004, and “Skin and Bones”, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles in 2006. Current projects include High Line 23, New York; Alan residence, Los Angeles; Neucity housing, Nashville; and a series of branches for Mitsubishi Bank of Tokyo, among others. Neil Denari currently teaches at the school of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA. He lectures worldwide and is the author of *Gyroscopic Horizons* (Princeton) and the forthcoming *Speculations On* (AADCU).
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