Duc Le (b. 1981, Montgomery County, Maryland) is a licensed architect who holds a Master of Science in Architecture degree from the Woodbury University School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Oklahoma State University School of Architecture. He has since completed his training at multiple, award-winning, design conscious firms in Washington DC, Kansas City, and New York City. His multi-disciplinary sector experience ranges from Cultural, Exhibition, Hospitality, Retail, Sport, and Workplace.
Since 2005, Duc has mindfully practiced Architecture with a structured + deliberate process--participating in the practice through design, art, and abstraction. Rigor, versatility, and resolve leverage his constantly-emerging ideologies. Working on projects like the Arena das Dunas (Natal, Brazil) for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, HBO Marketing Office renovations (New York, NY), and the International Monetary Fund headquarters (Washington DC) have allowed Duc to continue manipulations of building form through research, experimentation, and graphics.
His design work relies heavily on drawing, diagramming, computer modeling, and visualizations. He has been featured in publications like the Los Angeles Times, the Atlantic, and by institutions like the Storefront for Art and Architecture. Duc is licensed to practice Architecture in the District of Columbia, Maryland, New York, and Virginia; is LEED Certified, and currently resides in Washington DC.
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