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Office dA coming to an end?

Office dA coming to an end?

Office disputes happen all the time, it’s in our architect’s DNA.

You might have heard about office dA’s ongoing dispute. Sad, as office dA has done such great buildings, such as the awarded Macallan Building, the BanQ restaurant and Helios House, among a long list of projects of which innovation in terms of materials and fabrication are a common thread. I won’t get into much detail, as it’s all covered in the Boston Globe (and Monica Ponce de Leon´s reply on Archinect), and this is not a gossip blog. However, I wanted to share this quote from Nader Tehrani, which highlights the collaboration and fluidity a practice can have:

“Monica and I made presentations to the public that were like Sonny and Cher. When you are able to finish each other’s sentences, there is clearly a collaborative spirit there.”

I recommend you to watch our interview with Nader Tehrani (now head of the architecture department at MIT) to know more about the (soon to disappear?) firm.

Cite: David Basulto. "Office dA coming to an end?" 03 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/93718/office-da-coming-to-an-end/> ISSN 0719-8884
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