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Michael Meredith (architect) Wikipedia
Michael Meredith (born 1971) is an American architect, principal and co-founder of award-winning architecture firm MOS Architects in New York City.
Meredith received a Master of Architecture with distinction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (2000) and a Bachelor in Architecture from Syracuse University (1994).
With partner Hilary Sample, they founded MOS Architects in 2003. Meredith and Sample teach at Princeton University and Columbia University, respectively, and their academic research occurs in parallel to the real-world constraints and contingencies of practice, informing both. Recent projects include four studio buildings for the Krabbesholm Højskole campus, the Museum of Outdoor Arts Element House visitor center, the Floating House on Lake Huron, and the Lali Gurans Orphanage and Learning Center in Kathmandu, Nepal.
MOS has been honored with numerous awards, including: The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s National Design Award in Architecture in 2015, a 2014 Holcim Award, an Academy Award for Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Architectural League’s 2008 Emerging Voices Award, a National Endowment for the Arts Our Town grant and the P/A Award from Architect magazine.
Meredith is an assistant professor at Princeton University. In 2015, Meredith and Sample served as the Fitzhugh Scott MasterCrit Chairs in Design Excellence at UW Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning. He has previously taught architecture at several schools, including the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the University of Michigan, where he was awarded the Muschenheim Fellowship, and the University of Toronto.2015 MOS: Selected Works, Michael Meredith, Hilary Sample, Princeton Architectural Press
2012 Everything All at Once: The Software, Architecture, and Videos of MOS, Michael Meredith, Hilary Sample, Princeton Architectural Press