Design partner at Johnson Fain Partners, an architecture, interiors, master-planning and urban-design firm whose recent projects include Met Lofts in downtown Los Angeles, and Constellation Park, a pair of 47-story residential towers to be built in Century City, California; author of Tall Building: Imagining the Skyscraper
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