Joe Day

Deegan Day Design / Southern California Institute of Architecture

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Joe Day is a designer and architectural theorist. A principal at Deegan Day Design and teacher at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, he is the author of Corrections & Collections: Architectures for Art and Crime.

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