Matthew Bannister: Dream Project: Positioning a Skyscraper

Dream Project.

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Department of Architecture Fall 2013 Lecture Series

Matthew Bannister (B.Arch. ’94) CEO and founder of DBOX Inc., has spent 17 years building a unique communications agency of brand creators, designers, programmers, and visual thinkers that operate in the fields of property development, architecture, and the arts.

In 2006 Bannister was named one of the world's top creatives under 40 by Wallpaper magazine. Recent work includes corporate branding and online presence for Santiago Calatrava, the advertising film New York by Gehry, a lifestyle magazine and film for 432 Park Avenue (CIM Group/Macklowe Properties), rebranding and ongoing design for Park Avenue Armory, and identity design and CG for Discovery and Science's six-part series "Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero," for which DBOX won an Emmy Award.

Before cofounding DBOX, Bannister earned a bachelor of architecture degree from Cornell and a master of architecture degree from Princeton University. He has taught visual communications at AAP, the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, and the Graduate School of Architecture at Princeton University.

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