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We’re chatting with Sara Lopergolo of Selldorf Architects about how to build collaborative practices.
Ms. Lopergolo is a Partner at Selldorf Architects with three decades of professional experience and has been with the firm for over 20 years. She has worked on many of the firm’s major projects including large-scale new construction and cultural facilities. Ms. Lopergolo is currently Partner-in-Charge for the expansion and renovation of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and the expansion and enhancement of The Frick Collection. Additionally, she has significant experience with ground-up construction having served as Partner-in-Charge on large-scale projects such as the Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility in Brooklyn and 200 Eleventh Avenue, a 19-story residential condominium in New York City. Ms. Lopergolo received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University, and has studied and worked in England, Italy, and Japan. She is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Treasurer of the Board of Open House New York and sits on the Advisory Board of Syracuse University School of Architecture.
Selldorf Architects is a 65-person architectural design practice founded by Annabelle Selldorf in New York City in 1988. The firm creates public and private spaces that manifest a clear and modern sensibility to enduring impact. Since its inception the firm’s design ethos has been deeply rooted in the principles of humanism. At every scale and for every condition, Selldorf Architects designs for the individual experience. As a result, its work is brought to life–and made complete–by those who use it.