New York-based architect and co-founder of WORKac, Amale Andraos.
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Lebanese architect Amale Andraos has been appointed as the new dean of the Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning at Columbia University in New York City.Andraos, who has been teaching at Columbia since 2011, is the first woman to become a dean at the architecture school, according to the statement released by the university Tuesday. Sitting on a search committee to find a new dean for the faculty, Andraos was originally not considered for the position.Andraos and her husband designed the crystalline Diane von Furstenberg headquarters as well as the Children's Museum of the Arts in New York and a new library in Kew Gardens, Queens.
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