Architect named chair of interior design at New York-based art school
on Thursday,September 16,2010 22:09
Anthony Caradonna, who has recently been named chair of the interior design program at The Art Institute of New York City, is an architect with a long and unique career. He began at the Pratt Institute, where he received his bachelor's degree in architecture. Caradonna then completed a graduate program at Harvard University.
He has taught for the last 17 years and was the chair of the undergraduate architecture program at the Pratt Institute. The artist has been a visiting critic at the University of Oklahoma, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Columbia University, Barnard College, the New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Cornell University and Parsons School of Design as well as Iowa State University.
"I am honored to be working with this talented and committed team of faculty, administrators and students to maintain and enhance the quality of this program and the legacy of excellence it has achieved. I look forward to working collaboratively to formulate shared goals for the department’s future growth, and the advancement of its graduates and faculty," Caradonna said.
Caradonna's professional work has been featured in Interior Design Magazine, Elle Décor, FX Magazine, Architectural Record, New York Magazine and Metropolitan Home. He is also an American Institute of Architects Medal of Merit recipient as well as a Venice Biennale Finalist.
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