Professional Development and Career Resources

Architecture Virtual Studio Tour with Alumnus Keith Moskow, Moskow Linn Architects

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 6:00pm
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Virtual Event

Please join us for a special “virtual studio tour” presentation from alumnus Keith Moskow, FAIA (MArch’86). He will discuss his career path to being one of the founding principals of Moskow Linn Architects (MLA) in Boston, MA four years after graduating from Penn. His presentation will cover several of MLA’s key projects including urban and rural interventions, residential design, and sustainable multi-family housing. Moskow will also discuss MLA’s Studio North Design Build Program, which is a week-long intensive building workshop that offers college students the opportunity to imagine, develop, and construct design solutions.

Please email Kali Meeks for Zoom link.

Keith Moskow, FAIA (MArch’86) is founding principal of Moskow Linn Architects. The firm has a longstanding tradition of expanding the boundaries of conventional architecture practice through theoretical interventions, small-scale investigations, and writing. 

Moskow as firm principal has won over 60 design awards including four commendations from AIA National and seventeen from the Boston Society of Architects. His work has appeared in the Boston Globe, New York Times, Architecture, Architecture Record, Dwell, Metropolis, Boston Magazine, and numerous other publications.

Moskow received a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College and a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2011, Moskow was elected to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in the category of design. In 2019, Moskow was also inducted into the New England Design Hall of Fame.

 

If you require any accessibility accommodation, such as live captioning, audio description, or a sign language interpreter, please email news@design.upenn.edu to let us know what you need. Please note, we require at least 48 hours’ notice. If you register within 48 hours of this event, we won’t be able to secure the appropriate accommodations.