Peter Zellner helps shape the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Last Updated: June 12, 2012

Peter Zellner helps shape the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Peter Zellner helps shape the 2012 AIA|LA Design Conference

Peter Zellner is an architectural designer, writer and teacher with significant expertise in the design of spaces and buildings for art and living.

His firm ZELLNERPLUS has executed over 15 art spaces in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco that have been widely lauded for their restrained conception and precise execution.

Christopher Hawthorne, Los Angeles Times Architecture Critic has described Zellner's first free standing building, the Matthew Marks Los Angeles Gallery, as "...one of the most conspicuous architectural debuts to appear in Southern California in a number of years."

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PETER ZELLNER
Principal and Founder, ZELLNERPLUS

Peter Zellner established ZELLNERPLUS in 2004. He brings over 20 years of experience in architectural design, planning and project management to the firm.

He has been recognized as an emerging architectural voice in national publications such as The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times. Art+Auction magazine included Zellner its annual "Power 100" selection of influential people in the art world. Peter Zellner was named by The Los Angeles Times one of 10 'Faces to Watch in 2012 in Dance, Theater, Architecture and Art.' Harper's Bazaar included Zellner in its Editor's Selection "Best of What's New-Designers to Watch"

Zellner is a Faculty member at the Southern California Institute of Architecture where he began teaching in 1999. At SCI-Arc he coordinates the Future Initiatives urban design program with David Bergman.

Zellner holds a Master in Architecture from Harvard University (1999). At the Harvard Graduate School of Design he was a participant in the Harvard Project on the City led by Rem Koolhaas. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from with First Class Honors from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (1993) in Australia, where he also taught between 1994 and 1997.

Zellner is the author of numerous essays and books including Hybrid Space (Thames & Hudson, 2000) and curator of exhibitions such as Sign as Surface (Artists Space, 2003) and Whatever Happened to Los Angeles (SCI-Arc, 2005).

He has held Visiting Professorships in Architecture at UC Berkeley, FIU, the University of Southern California, the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris and the Institut für Städtebau und Raumplanung (Institute for Urban Design & Urban Planning) at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.

In January of 2012, Zellner completed his first free standing project, the Matthew Marks Los Angeles Gallery. Christopher Hawthorne, Los Angeles Times Architecture Critic described the project as "...one of the most conspicuous architectural debuts to appear in Southern California in a number of years."

FIRM PROFILE

ZELLNERPLUS is an award winning architectural design firm located in Venice, California.

ZELLNERPLUS has designed public and private art galleries, residences, institutional facilities and corporate work spaces in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.

ZELLNERPLUS has been recognized by Art and Auction, Architectural Record, Domus, IDChina, The Architects Newspaper, Harper's Bazaar, The Huffington Post, Die Welt, The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times for its ability to deliver uniquely tailored spaces for art, living and working.

ZELLNERPLUS was named by Domus Russia and the organizational committee of the ARCHIP International architectural committee as the laureate and winner of the ARCHIP-2009 Innovations award.

ZELLNERPLUS completed its first free-standing building, the Matthew Marks Los Angeles Gallery in January of 2012.

Photo Credit: Guy Vacheret

For more information, please contact:
Will Wright, Hon. AIA|LA
Director, Government & Public Affairs
AIA Los Angeles
(213) 639-0764
will[@]aialosangeles.org

Last updated: 10-Dec-2012 07:38 AM
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