Neil Denari

Neil Denari Architects

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Founder in the architecture and design firm Neil Denari Architects, which designed the Endeavor Talent Agency’s new headquarters in Beverly Hills, California

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Another – contemporary – architect with dreams of changing the world is Neil Denari. He is an educator, writer and creator of buildings.

Neil Denari, His Futuristic Architecture and the Music That Inspires It

Another – contemporary – architect with dreams of changing the world is Neil Denari. He is an educator, writer and creator of buildings.

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