Mark Foster Gage

Assistant Dean and Associate Professor

B.Arch., University of Notre Dame

M.Arch., Yale University


The work of Mr. Gage’s New York City firm, Mark Foster Gage Architects, ranges from large-scale architectural projects to interdisciplinary collaborations. Recent and current projects include a new Live Arts building adjacent to Frank Gehry’s Fisher Center at Bard College; a 100-acre park in Knoxville, Tennessee; a 50,000-square-foot vertical addition to a theater on 42nd Street adjacent to Times Square; interactive environments for Intel Corporation; a pavilion for H&M at the Coachella Music Festival; a private library on the site of a Templar Chapel in Shropshire, England; and a dress for Lady Gaga. His work has been exhibited internationally, including in the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Venice, Rotterdam, and Beijing Biennales. Mr. Gage’s writings have been featured in academic publications, including Log, Volume, the Journal of Architectural Education, Perspecta, Fulcrum, Mole, and Architectural Design. In addition, his work has been featured in Vogue, Newsweek, Surface, Wired, the New York Times, and Fast Company, and on MTV and PBS. Mr. Gage was guest editor, along with Florencia Pita, for the fall 2009 issue of Log 17. He is the coeditor of Composites, Surfaces, and Software: High Performance Architecture and editor of Aesthetic Theory: Essential Texts for Architecture and Design. Mr. Gage has taught at Columbia University and the Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture. He received a B.Arch. from the University of Notre Dame and an M.Arch. from Yale University.

Interview with Mark Gage

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