Generating Form Through ProgramRandi Greenberg
Dan Wood, AIA, and Amale Andraos have an illustrious past in the field of architecture; and gauging by the contents of the portfolio from their own firm, WORK Architecture Company, their present and future projects confirm their status as creative, innovative, and dedicated architects. For many years, both Wood and Andraos were principal designers in the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) and were involved in numerous high-profile projects, competitions, and research studies, including the Prada Epicenter Stores in New York and California, the Universal City Master Plan in Los Angeles, and the CalTrans Headquarters competition. Wood, in fact, was instrumental in opening OMA’s offices in New York City. In 2002, the pair decided to branch off and create WORK Architecture Company—or WORKac, as the firm is known. These architects brought with them experience in planning, interiors, and technology for projects at all scales.
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