Madeleine Sanchez Architect


About Us | Resume

EDUCATION

Yale University School of Architecture New Haven, CT
Master of Architecture

Smith College Northampton, MA
Bachelor of Arts 1981, major in art, Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Registered Architect New York, Connecticut and New Jersey 1989, American Institute of Architects Member since 1992

Madeleine Sanchez AIA Architect New York, 1992 to present, principal of private practice

Richard Meier and Partners, New York 1998-1992

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

The MacDowell Colony Artist in Residence,
Fall 2000, Spring 1997, Summer 1994, Robert Maxwell Fellow

Skidmore Ownings & Merrill Traveling Fellowship:
Italy, Greece, Egypt, India 1985-86

HI Feldman PrizeTraveling Fellowship:
England, Spain, France and Portugal AIA Scholarship 1987

EXHIBITIONS AND COLLECTIONS

Hostos Center for the Arts "Dream Houses: Three Latino Constructions" 1998
Diderot Publishers NY "Architectural Works on Paper" 1996
Cooper-Hewitt Museum: Work included in Latino American Archive

PUBLICATIONS AND LECTURES
New York Times "Light to Make Walls Dance" Jeff St. Onge office wall, Home Section 1999
New York Times "Dream Houses" pavilion published Home Section 1998
Interior Design "Dream Houses" pavilion published 1998
House Beautiful Jordi Townhouse published 1996
Smith College Speaker at Architecture Symposium 1998
Cooper Hewitt Speaker at symposium on Latino American Archive
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Parsons School of Design AAS Faculty Principals of Interior Design Composition 1997-99
BFA Foundation Faculty, Drawing Concepts 1996-97
The New School Freehand Perspective Drawing 1996
Yale University History of Modern Architecture, Teaching Assistant to Vincent Scully 1987
Introduction to Architecture 1987
Freehand Perspective Drawing 1984, 1986