Associate Editor, Design & Awards
Deane grew up in Boston, where, for a particularly memorable birthday, he watched the implosion of the Travelers Insurance Building. His fascination with buildings continued from his early years of Lego city planning through later forays into amateur architectural photography. He completed an M.Arch. I program at UCLA under the tutelage of Neil Denari, Sylvia Lavin, Richard Weinstein, Dana Cuff, and others, learning along the way that imploding buildings, while always entertaining, isn’t the only way to make an impact in the world of architecture. Follow Deane on Google+ and Twitter.
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