Architect Marc Kushner explains how the goals of architecture and design vary between locations and contexts.
Marc Kushner, AIA, is co-founder of the architecture firm HollwichKushner (HWKN) and CEO of Architizer.com - the largest platform for architecture online. Both as a practicing architect and in his role at Architizer, Marc is focused on making architecture more relevant and accessible. He is the author of the book The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings.
Prior to co-founding HWKN and Architizer, Marc graduated from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and spent time working at J Mayer H Architects in Berlin and Lewis Tsurumaki Lewis in New York. Marc has taught architecture at Columbia University and Parsons. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Interior Design, New York and many other publications. He and his partner Matthias Hollwich are the recipients of the 2012 MoMA PS1 Young Architect Program.