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Digital Architecture, Construction Industry, Innovative Design, Interdisciplinary

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2011, New York, USA

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NADAAA
1920 Washington St Ste 2
02118 Boston, USA

www.nadaaa.com

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Nader Tehrani

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  • 2002 - Harleston Parker Award
  • 2002 - American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award
  • 2007 - United States Artists Award
  • 2007 - Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture
  • 2012 - Hobson Award
  • 2014 - Holcim Foundation Sustainability Award
  • 2014 - Chicago Athenaeum Green Good Awards

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"Architecture has a role in the discourse of place-making as well as defining the character of spaces and interactions of the people who use them."
NADAAA

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February 19th, 2019

NADAAA Change this

Change thisBoston, USA
born 2011, New York

Daniel Gallagher, Nader Tehrani and Katherine Faulkner

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NADAAA was launched by Nader Tehrani with partners Katherine
Faulkner and Dan Gallagher. Over the past four years NADAAA has ranked in the top three design firms in Architect Magazine’s Top 50 Firms in the United States. The firm’s work has been exhibited at institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art and LA MoCA, and is part of the permanent exhibit at the Nasher and the Canadian Center for Architecture.

NADAAA has evolved over three decades as a multidisciplinary practice dedicated to bridging between design disciplines; from landscape to urbanism, architecture to interiors, and industrial design to furniture. The work of NADAAA demonstrates a commitment to new forms of knowledge through making. With an eye towards integrated thinking, we enter the discourse on technology, aesthetics, and building protocols as part of a holistic process. Rather than focus on typology, NADAAA’s portfolio is built on process, with examples of housing, institutional/academic buildings, commercial, retail, and design for civic places.

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