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John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture: Leong Leong

John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture: Leong Leong

The 2021 John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Leong Leong Founding Partners, Christopher Leong and Dominic Leong.

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Leong Leong is a minority-owned architecture firm and creative agency that uses the power of design to advance visionary social agendas within the built environment for institutions, cultural enterprises, and forward-thinking clients.

Founded in 2009 in New York, Leong Leong works globally and at many scales including buildings, interiors, exhibitions, and furniture. As both architects and creative thought partners, we synthesize vision, design, and execution to generate projects with cultural resonance for diverse clientele.

The studio has been the recipient of the Architectural League of New York’s Emerging Voices Award, the AIA New York New Practices Award, and has been recognized as a Design Vanguard by Architectural Record.

In 2014, Leong Leong designed the U.S. Pavilion for the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale and has been exhibited in The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and MoMA. Notable buildings include the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Anita May Rosenstein Campus in Hollywood, California and the Center for Community and Entrepreneurship in New York. Other current projects include the Eaton Workshop, a ground-up, co-working and hospitality project in San Francisco, and several private residences in Los Angeles. Leong Leong has worked as creative thought partners for The Wing, Sweetgreen, Block, Everlane, and Google.

The John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture was established to recognize John Dinkeloo's extraordinary contributions to architecture, to honor his distinguished professional work and to pay tribute to this highly respected alumnus of the Architecture Program at the University of Michigan. This annual lecture recognizes and commemorates excellence in architectural design, and celebrates those designers whose work combines design excellence with structural ingenuity.

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