For over two decades Alan Maskin has led building, exhibit, and master planning projects at Olson Kundig, with a focus on museum architecture and interiors, exhibition design and installation design.
Alan Maskin is an owner and principal of Olson Kundig — an award winning, Seattle-based design firm. For over two decades he has focused on the design of museums, installations and exhibition projects including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center Microsoft, Cybercrime Center, The Frye Art Museum, and the Bezos Center for Innovation. His current work includes a museum about words in Washington, DC, and an 80,000 square foot rooftop park in Dongdaegu, South Korea. Maskin is also leading the research project, Rooftop 4: The Fifth Façade, a conceptual investigation into the transformation of the uppermost layer of cities.
Maskin’s work has been recognized by regional, national and international award programs, including an American Alliance of Museums Media & Technology MUSE Award for Interpretive Interactive Installations, a SEGD Global Design Award and a Northwest Design Award for Best in Commercial Design. He was a 2006 NIAUSI Fellowship winner.
In addition to his design work, Maskin is overseeing the development of Olson Kundig’s creative production studio. He also co-directed and curated the firm’s experimental work space, [storefront] and its subsequent series of site specific collaborative installations around the globe called: Itinerant Projects.
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