Hallie Black is the director of Stray Dog Café, the personal art and research space of Pritzker Prize winning architect Thom Mayne in Los Angeles, CA. There she conceptualized, edited, and graphically designed his latest book, M³: modeled works [archive] 1972-2022 (Rizzoli, 2023). She graduated from the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University in May of 2019 with a Bachelor of Architecture concentrating in visual representation and a minor in German studies. Her thesis, “Building Up in Flames”, won the Charles Goodwin Sands Memorial Thesis Award for design and academic excellence and nominated for the Michael Rapuano Memorial Award. Black was the managing editor of the Cornell Journal of Architecture for issues 11 and 12. Cornell and Yale University, among others, have featured her work in exhibitions and several print and online publications. Black taught at Cornell University and is currently a guest lecturer at University of Southern California and University of California, Los Angeles.
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