Culver City, CA
Neil M. Denari Architects is a Los Angeles based office dedicated to exploring the worlds of architecture, design, urbanism, and global cultural phenomenon. We have been working across multiple continents since 1988, designing at all scales for a variety of clients and conditions. We seek out projects that demand new and innovative solutions to the complex issues facing the world today. Whether in a piece of furniture or in an urban design plan, our ambitions always are to materialize these questions in a powerful, evocative, and functional way. The work of the office has become, over the last 10 years, an influential force in the culture of contemporary architecture. Today, we continue to develop through new projects our repertoire of design possibilities. NMDA's commitment to design innovation and construction excellence has been demonstrated in award winning projects such as l.a. Eyeworks, the Endeavor Talent Agency, and in our first completed Japanese project, the Mitsubishi Bank branch in central Shibuya, Tokyo.
Long considered to be one of the pioneers of the use of computers in architectural design and visualization, NMDA has produced a body of work that has fused the physical and the graphic worlds in unpredecented ways. From our groundbreaking installation in Tokyo's Gallery MA in 1996 to our current explorations, we have relentlessly pursued the development of "cultural ergonomics", i.e. those forms that "fit" our contemporary life.
As a full service office, NMDA is currently engaged with urban design, building design, interiors, landscape design, and graphic design commissions. We often collaborate with innovative consultants, artists, and designers in the development of projects- the list includes artist Mel Chin, 2X4 of New York, the Brand Architect Group of Tokyo, artist Jim Isermann, BBM art group of Berlin, and Richard Massey Graphic Design.
In the past two years, NMDA has won 3 AIA Honor awards and a 2005 Progressive Architecture Award. Our work has been recently exhibited at the San Francisco MOMA, the Mori Museum in Tokyo, and MOMA New York. Recent magazine and book publications have included Architect's Today (Laurence King Publishers), IMAGES (Prestel), Atlas of Contemporary Architecture (Phaidon), Architectural Record and Architecture NOW 3 (Taschen).
11914 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA, US , 90066