This week we are releasing a series of conversations, or “Mini-Sessions”, with architects and designers in LA and Detroit, in partnership with the Los Angeles Design Festival. The festival will be taking place in Downtown LA from June 8 to 11th. Today we’re sharing my conversation with Andrew Zago, LA-based architect and educator. We talk about growing up in Detroit, early inspirations, working on Thom Mayne’s iconic Sixth Street House, his so-called unusual early work in Jeff Kipnis, and his approach and thoughts on the current state of architectural education.
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