Explore - Architect

  1. Piero Lissoni

    Lissoni began his career in 1978 having gained his architecture degree at the Milan Polytechnic and in 1985 started with Boffi Kitchens as Art Director & Designer. With Nicoletta Canesi he...


  2. Robert Venturi

    Robert Venturi

    Architect Robert Venturi is the author of a “gentle manifesto” called Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture; he is the deserving recipient of the 1991 Pritzker Prize; and, in...


  3. Richard Rogers

    Lord Richard Rogers, born in 1933 in Florence, Italy, a 1962 graduate of the Yale School of Architecture, and recipient of the 2007 Pritzker Prize, is most often associated with a generation of...


  4. Werner Sobek

    Werner Sobek was born in 1953 in Aalen, Germany and studied structural engineering and architecture at the University of Stuttgart/Germany, where he also did his post-graduate research. He received...


  5. Terunobu Fujimori

    A longtime professor at the Institute of Industrial Science at the University of Tokyo, Fujimori came to designing late—he got his first commission at age 44, 19 years ago—but he has...


  6. Hiroshi Iguchi


  7. Nader Khalili

    Cal-Earth is at the cutting edge of Earth Art and Ceramic Architecture technologies today. Founded and directed by the internationally renowned architect and...


  8. Brett Zamore


  9. William Krisel

    William Krisel, AIA, principal of the firm of Palmer & Krisel (formed with Partner Dan Palmer), was born in 1924 in Shanghai of American parents working overseas for the U.S. State Department....


  10. Alexander Girard

    Alexander Girard

    Born in New York City in 1907, Girard was raised and educated in Italy by an American mother and French-Italian father. Much of his most famous work emerged from his time as the director of fabric...


  11. Peter Kuczia


  12. Kathryn Gustafson

    One of Gustafson's recognized abilities is the way she sculpts and rearranges the land. Her intention is to create harmony, serenity and balance between people and nature. Many of her designs have...


  13. Michael Van Valkenburgh

    Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates (MVVA) has over twenty years experience designing, building and restoring landscapes for a broad range of public, private, and corporate clients. Our landscapes...


  14. Jay Serrao

    Serrao design/architecture is a full service architectural practice, at our core we are a small highly personalized design oriented practice, working and interacting closely with our clients....


  15. Bryan Bell

    Bryan Bell, is the editor of Good Deeds, Good Design: Community Service through Architecture , published by Princeton Architectural Press. He received a 2007 National Honor Award for Collaborative...


  16. John Randolph

    Randolph Designs is committed to creating dynamic and provocative furniture and environments that blur the boundaries traditionally separating design from art and architecture. This convergence...


  17. Didier Gomez

    Roots in Andalusia never far from Baroque effervescence and African influence, the background of musician, a twofold legacy from the Bauhaus and the great decorative arts tradition, many voyages...


  18. Thomas Eriksson

    Thomas Eriksson founded his office TEA in 1988. TEA works within a wide range of projects in different scales, from designing products, private villas and retail concepts to industrial...


  19. Margarita McGrath

    Margarita McGrath

    Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver of noroof Architects specialize in small-space design, perfect for their headquarters--and many clients--based in New York City. We featured their innovative...


  20. Sir Norman Foster

    British architect Norman Foster (b. 1935) has a knack for dreaming (and doing things) big. He founded a firm in 1967 that now boasts offices in more than 20 countries; has designed one of the...