The College of Architecture + The Arts’s Jordan Trachtenberg (Adjunct Faculty of Architecture and FIU Bachelors in Design and Architecture ’04) has been named a Curbed Young Guns 2014 finalist by Curbed.
Curbed Young Guns is an annual search for the next wave of up-and-coming architects and interior designers. Curbed Young Guns wants to find these individuals, showcase them, and celebrate them. To qualify, nominees must be under the age of 35 or have been in the profession for under five years, and they must be based in the United States. Once nominations are in, Curbed Magazine shows the work of nominees to a panel of industry leaders, which includes top architects, interior designers, and design thinkers and who help pick the best of the nominees. (Source: Curbed)
Trachtenberg, as a Curbed Young Gun Multitasker, became a finalist because of his overarching roles as architect, developer, and patron of the arts.
To view the biographies of the Curbed Young Gun 2014 finalists, including Trachtenberg, click here.
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