Andrew Zago: “Incongruencies and Errors”
May 6, 2010
Zago Architecture, with offices in Los Angeles and Detroit, brings
open-ended, creative inquiry to disciplinary concerns in architecture.
Noted for its prescient articulation of emerging sensibilities, the
practice weds quasi-autonomous aesthetic studies to the art of making
buildings and cities. In doing so, Zago Architecture reaffirms the
substantial and productive link amongst art, architecture and urbanism.
Andrew Zago, principal of Zago Architecture, has over twenty years
of professional experience in architecture, urbanism, and education.
He is currently design faculty at the Southern California Institute
of Architecture (SCI- Arc). He has also taught at Cornell University,
the University of Michigan, UCLA and Ohio State University and
from 2003 to 2007 he was the founding director of the Master of
Architecture program at the City College of New York.