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Razvan Voroneanu

Senior Associate

Razvan has been involved in the design of the Future Park in Shanghai, as well as the Luhu Cultural Center and the Nanshan School of Foreign Language, both in Shenzhen.  He has taught architecture and urban design at Miami University, the University of North Carolina, Kennesaw State University, and Syracuse University.  His articles, drawings, and photographs, collected under the name Heteroscape, have been published widely and exhibited at venues in Atlanta, San Francisco, Istanbul, Venice, and New York.

Razvan holds an M.S. in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, an M.Arch from Miami University, and a B.Arch from the Technical University of Iași. He received the William Kinne Fellows Prize and the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Prize from Columbia University, and the AIA Henry Adams Medal, the AIA Ohio Foundation Award, and the Rudolph Frankel Award from Miami University.