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 The Century Project for the Space Needle, a feasibility study for this historic landmark that explores ways to enhance the visitor experience for the next 50 years of its life.
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.
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