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Neil M. Denari Architects : Architecture

NMDA : Contemporary Architecture Practice, Los Angeles, USA

post updated Apr 4, 2021

Neil M. Denari Architects – Key Projects

Designs by NMDA, alphabetical:

Alan-Voo House, Los Angeles, California, USA
Date built: 2007

4 Mar 4, 2011
HL23, West 23rd St, Manhattan, New York, USA
Dates built: 2008-11
This NYC apartment building is 14 storeys high.
HL23 High Line New York building
photo © Adrian Welch
HL23 New York City
Alf Naman, Developer, and Erin Boisson Aries, SVP and Director at Brown Harris Stevens, announced today that HL23, the eagerly awaited residential tower by acclaimed Los Angeles architect Neil Denari, will be ready to welcome its first occupants on June 1st. Just as the High Line has reinvigorated West Chelsea, HL23 has participated in the radical transformation of the cityscape.

New Seifullin Center, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Dates built: 2007-08

Panorama House, Los Angeles, California, USA
Date built: 2009

NEU City, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Date built: 2005-

More architectural projects by Neil M. Denari Architects online soon

Location: 12625 Washington Boulevard, Los Angeles, Southern California, USA

Neil M. Denari Architects Practice Information

Neil Denari was a head of Sci-arc School of Architecture, Los Angeles, California, USA

NMDA Studios based in Los Angeles (main studio – Culver City) and New York

Los Angeles Architects

About Neil Denari

Neil Denari is the founding principal of Neil M. Denari Architects, Inc. (NMDA. Inc.), a Los Angeles based firm dedicated to the exploration of contemporary life through the mediums of architecture, urban planning and industrial design.

Commissions have included the groundbreaking Gallery MA in Tokyo; a series of banks in Japan for the Mitsubishi United Financial Group and other forthcoming international projects. Neil Denari received his B.Arch at the University of Houston and his M.Arch at Harvard University.

Neil Denari is the author of Interrupted Projections (TOTO 1996) and Gyroscopic Horizons (Princeton 1999), and has held teaching positions at Columbia University, the Bartlett in London, UC Berkeley, Princeton University and Harvard University.

From 1997 to 2002, Neil Denari was the director of SCI-Arc (the Southern California Institute of Architecture) in Los Angeles. Currently, he is a tenured professor at the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design.

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Los Angeles Architecture – selection of major recent projects:

Beverly Center Renewal – The Mall of the Stars, 8500 Beverly Boulevard, edge of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, L.A.
Design: Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Architects
Beverly Center building Los Angeles Architecture Designs
photo © John Linden
Beverly Center Building Renovation

Audrey Irmas Pavilion, Wilshire Boulevard, Koreatown
Design: OMA
Audrey Irmas Pavilion Los Angeles Architecture Designs
image Courtesy OMA New York
Audrey Irmas Pavilion

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