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Marion Weiss in Conversation with Julia Gamolina on Madame Architect

Marion Weiss offers a glimpse into her personal trajectory in architecture and design in this candid conversation with writer and entrepreneur Julia Gamolina. From the formative landscapes of her youth in the foothills of the Bay Area, to her education at the University of Virginia and Yale, Weiss discusses her influences and trajectory, the founding of Weiss/Manfredi, the value of travel—even if limited to the city one already inhabits—and the ability of design to synthesize contradictory agendas and unrelated challenges for creating something new and completely unprecedented.


Read the full interview here.

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