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Dean Maltz
Principal

Professional Experience

Dean Maltz, Architect, New York, Principal

1997-Present

Davis + Maltz, Architects, New York, Principal

1990-1997

Eisenman Architects, New York, Job Captain

1989-1990

Gwathmey, Seigel & Associates, Architects, New York, Job Captain

1985, 1987-1989

Kohn, Pederson, Fox & Conway, Associates, New York, Designer

1986

Peter L. Gluck and Partners, New York, Job Captain

1986

Takamitsu Azuma, Architect and Associates, Tokyo, Designer

1982-1983

Education

Master of Architecture, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

1986

Bachelor of Architecture, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture
New York, New York

1984

Additional classes attended: Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri

1979

Registration

Registered Architect – State of New York 

1990

New Jersey

1998

Connecticut

1998

Colorado

2013

Vancover

2015

N.C.A.R.B. Certified

1990

Awards and Exhibitions

National Council of Structural Engineers Award, Aspen Art Museum

2015

Architizer A+ Award Finalist, Aspen Art Museum

2015

AIA New York Chapter, Center for Architecture, Guess-A-Sketch Honoree

2014

Canadian Wood Council, Wood Design & Building Award, Aspen Art Museum

2014

Architizer A+ Award Finalist, Camper House of Shoes

2013

USA Property Awards, Best Interior Design Private Residence, Chesapeake Bay Residence

2013

USA Property Awards, Highly Commended Interior Design, Park Avenue Court Residence

2013

Society of American Registered Architects Award: Architectural Innovation Award – Metal Shutter House

2012

American Institute of Architects - New York: Honor Award - Nomadic Museum

2005

ASID Pinnacle Award: Spats Group

2005

The Second Yokohama Urban Design Competition - Honorable Mention

1990

The American Institute of Architects - Certificate of Achievement 

1984

End of the Year Exhibition, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
New York, New York

1984

Progressive Architecture - Third Annual Furniture Competition, Accordion Seat, 1st Award Exhibited - Neocon, Chicago & Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles

1983

Academic Employment

Cornell University, Co-Teaching w/ Shigeru Ban

2010

Washington University, Visiting Professor
St. Louis Missouri, Co-Teaching w/ Shigeru Ban

2004

Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture
New York, New York, Co-Teaching w/ Shigeru Ban

2000

Pratt University, Brooklyn, New York, Guest Critic

1992, 1993, 1995

Parsons School of Design, New York, New York, Guest Critic

1990

Harvard University, Graduate School of Design

1985