Dallas Architecture Forum Lecture Series: Annabelle Selldorf

Annabelle Selldorf
Annabelle Selldorf Photo by Brigitte Lacombe

Annabelle Selldorf is the Founding Principal of Selldorf Architects. Born and raised in Germany, she received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pratt Institute and a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University in Florence, Italy. Selldorf Architects is a 65-person architectural design practice founded by Annabelle Selldorf in New York City. The firm creates public and private spaces that manifest a clear and modern sensibility to enduring impact. By giving form to the needs and desires of clients and communities alike, the architectural solutions that emerge are equal parts purpose and poetry. Since its inception the firm’s guiding principles have been deeply rooted in humanism. At every scale and for every condition, Selldorf Architects designs for the individual experience. As a result, its work is brought to life–and made complete–by those who use it.

The firm’s clients include cultural institutions and universities such as the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, The Clark Art Institute, Neue Galerie New York, and Brown University. The recently completed Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility on the Brooklyn waterfront is the largest facility of its kind in the United States. In addition, the firm has created numerous galleries for David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth, and Gladstone Gallery among others, and designed exhibitions for Frieze Masters and the Venice Art Biennale. The new flagship Steinway Hall in New York City is a recent project completed by Selldorf Architects. Residential architecture, both at the scale of private homes and multi-family dwelling continues to be an important part of the firm’s portfolio.

Selldorf Architects’ new monograph on the practice, Selldorf Architects: Portfolio and Projects, was published by Phaidon Press. Annabelle Selldorf is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and a Board Member of the Architectural League of New York and the Chinati Foundation. In 2014 she was the recipient of the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Award in Architecture and in 2016 she received the Medal of Honor from the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Event Details

When

4.5.17 | 6:30 pm

Where

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75201

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Ticket Info

Free for members; $5 for students; $20 for general admission.