David Eugin Moon is Adjunct Assistant Professor in Architecture at Columbia GSAPP.
He holds a Master's degree in Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at
Harvard University (2001), and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the
University of Michigan (1995). Moon’s current research examines the historic
significance of the architectural program and its reinterpretation and manipulation in the
contemporary urban discourse.
Moon is a partner of N H D M, a NY-based collaborative practice for design and
research. The firm’s work has been recognized and presented globally through the
AIANY Design Honor awards, the I.D. Annual Design Review Design Distinction, the
5th and 6th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, and the 14th Venice
Biennale, among others.
Until founding N H D M in 2010, Moon practiced in offices in the U.S., Europe, and
Asia, and as a key designer at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam
and New York. His contributions at OMA include the Koningen Julianaplein in the
Hague, the PRADA Transformer in Seoul, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, the W12
master plan in London, Museum Plaza in Louisville, and the Cordoba Congress Center
in Cordoba, Spain. Other works include the Yokohama Mixed Use Housing
Competition and Sagaponac House for Shigeru Ban, as well as the New School Renovation for 1100 Architect. He was previously faculty in the Architecture Department at Cornell University and is a licensed architect in the Netherlands and in the state of New York.