Exhibitor Mira Henry will be in conversation with SCI-Arc faculty David Eskenazi.
Mira Henry is the principal of Henry Architecture (HA) and the co-principal of the collaborative project Current Interests. Henry holds a Bachelor's in Art History from the University of Chicago and a Master's of Architecture from UCLA. She is the recipient of the Henry Adams AIA Award and Archiprix International Gold Medal. Henry lives in Los Angeles and is design faculty at SCI-Arc. Prior to teaching, Henry worked as a project architect for Office dA and Monica Ponce de Leon Studio in New York.
David Eskenazi is a Paris born, Pittsburgh raised, and Los Angeles based architectural designer and educator. He leads his own creative practice, D.ESK, whose recent work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Ann Arbor and Columbus. David was awarded the 2015 Oberdick Fellowship at the University of Michigan and the 2014 LeFevre Fellowship at the Ohio State University, and is currently a design studio and visual studies faculty at SCI-Arc at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His writing has been published in Project, Pidgin, and elsewhere, and he has been a guest critic and lecturer at numerous institutions across the United States. David received a Master of Architecture with distinction from SCI-Arc and a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.