Jason Long joined Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in 2003 and has been based in OMA New York since 2007. After contributing as associate editor of Content (Taschen 2004) and acting as a key member of AMO (OMA's office in Rotterdam), Long served as project architect and project manager for many of OMA's cultural projects in the Americas including the Quebec National Beaux-Arts Museum, the Faena Arts Center in Miami Beach, and the Marina Abramovic Institute in Hudson, New York. In addition, Long has overseen a number of residential towers in the U.S., including the Transbay 8 tower in San Francisco. He has longstanding experience with strategic master planning, from his early involvement in AMO studies for Beijing Preservation and Shanghai Planning to the Dallas Connected City Design Challenge. Long is currently leading the development of 11th Street Bridge Park, an elevated park in Washington, DC. He holds a bachelor of arts in philosophy from Vassar College, and a master of architecture from Harvard GSD.
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