Andrew Zago

Zago Architecture / Southern California Institute of Architecture

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Los Angeles-based architect Andrew Zago is a partner and founder of Zago Architecture. He is the coordinator of the Visual Studies program at the Southern California Institute of Architecture. A native of Detroit, Michigan, he is the designer of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

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Zago Architecture designed "A New Federal Project" as a conceptual approach  to settling 68,000 refugees in Detroit.

The controversial project to rethink Detroit architecture

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On this DnA, we talk at length about Detroit with Andrew Zago, starting with its outsize cultural contribution: a car culture whose twenty year output of desirable cars equated, in his…

Motor City, Out of Gas?

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Detroit , one of America's iconic cities — former capital of the auto industry and soul music's Motown Sound — has been in trouble for 60 years.

Detroit Becomes Biggest Municipal Bankruptcy in US History

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