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Sarah Dunn

Sarah Dunn is a co-founder of UrbanLab, an architecture and urban design firm based in Chicago and Los Angeles. Since founding UrbanLab, principals Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen have achieved acclaim for projects such as Morgan Live +Work and the Hennepin House. Recently completed projects include a master plan for new city in Hunan, China; Upton’s Naturals, a headquarters building in Chicago; the Mohawk House, a residence in Chicago; and the Ancona Outdoor Learning Space, a landscape in Chicago. Currently, the firm is building the LAX House in Los Angeles.

UrbanLab won the AIA College of Fellows Latrobe Prize (2009), was selected as an Emerging Voice by the Architectural League of New York (2010), and exhibited at the Venice Biennale (2012) and the Chicago Architecture Biennial (2015). UrbanLab’s design work and writings have appeared in Architectural Design, Architectural Record, Architect, Dwell, and Places.

Sarah Dunn received her Masters of Architecture from Columbia GSAPP, and her B.A. in Architecture from Columbia College at Columbia University. Born in Virginia, Sarah has lived in New York, Japan, Singapore, Istanbul, and the Netherlands where she worked for the Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Rem Koolhaas.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4106‑18 Spring 2020
What if…? Then… Urban-scaled Architectural Speculation in Tokyo
Arch dunn lenapfeiffer lmp2196 sp20 01
Arch dunn  ben gillis bjg2158 sp20 01 resized
Arch dunn chang pan cp3119 sp20 01 ssm
Sarah Dunn, Martin Felsen Syllabus
600/700 AVERY
FULL SEMESTER
0 Points
11350
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