"How an Indigenous Architect Came Out of His Shell," Article About Architect Chris Cornelius' Practice in NYT
Chris Cornelius (Art Omi: Architecture, 2019) was the son of a brick mason in the Oneida Indian Reservation in Wisconsin, and took to architecture and design as a means to impact his environment. With projects spanning from redesigning an Indigenous school, creating a public pavilion, and designing a prototype for alternative models of public housing, Cornelius integrates his Indigenous culture in his sustainable, nature-integrated designs. Learn more about Cornelius' architecture practice in this recent New York Times article.
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