Thom Mayne is one of the pillars of North-American Architecture. With over 40 Years of Experience in the Architecture Business and leader of the one of the top Architecture Firms in the US, Mayne is a living legend of the Architectural World and, today, Designers would like to dedicate this article to his life’s work!
Born in Connecticut in 1944, Thom Mayne studied architecture at the University of Southern California and Harvard Graduate School of Design. He was a founding member of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in 1972 and has held faculty positions at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, and the University of California, Los Angeles.
Together with Michael Brickler, Livio Santini and James Stafford, Mayne founded the Morphosis Architects, a top Architecture Fim that is responsible for some of the most iconic architectural projects in the United States. During his prestigious career, Mayne received many top honors and, in 2005, he received the biggest honors of them all: the Pritzker Architecture Prize, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize of Architecture.
We leave you with some Top Projects of this Amazing US Architect:
Diamon Ranch High School
Kolon Headquarters, United States of America
Science Center School, California
Bill & Melinda Gates Hall – Calfornia, United States of America
Thom Mayne’s Perot Museum of Nature and Science – Dallas, United States of America
Thom Mayne’s Private Residence – California, United States of America
Credits – Thom Mayne
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