Enrique Limon - Visiting Associate Professor.
Enrique LimonVisiting Associate Professor.
(718) 399-4332 fax
Higgins Hall North 1
Architecture and Urban Design
Upon graduation from Columbia, Enrique received the William Kinnie Traveling Fellowship to Paris in order to study and research the theories of urban theorist Paul Virilio. Enrique was also awarded a Smithsonian Fellowship with residency at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum to research complex transparency in the work of Lazlo Maholy Nagy. limonLab was established as an urban laboratory dedicated to the experimentation and development of architecture and design in 2006. The LAB’s projects have been published in Metropolis Magazine and the New York Times.
Pratt courses: Architecture Intermediate Design -2nd year Comprehensive studio -3rd year Columbia University GSAPP Graduate Design Studio
Honors Frame Magazine – Best design 2009 TOC Bar. Smithsonian Institution Graduate Fellowship. 1995-96 Fellow in residence – National Museum of Design, Cooper-Hewitt. “Complex transparency in the work of Lazlo Moholy-Nagy.” William Kinnie Traveling Fellowship. Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Paris France, Topic: “Paul Virilio and the Oblique”. International Academy of Architecture Merit Award for best Urban Design solution. International Forum of Young Architects, Kobe, Japan. Alcoa Prize for Innovation- Young Architects Forum/Competition, Ecole de Architecture, Paris Academie Internationale d’Architecture, Union Internationales de Architecture, France. The Highline Design Competition, Design Citation,
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