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“How do you make something authentic and not reduce it to a gimmick or cliché? ”

Michael Maltzan
Michael Maltzan is the founder of Los Angeles–based Michael Maltzan Architecture, an architectural, urban, and landscape design practice. Michael is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and he teaches and lectures internationally. He holds a master of architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and both a bachelor of fine arts and a bachelor of architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design.

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