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George Joseph Ranalli(1946- )is an Americanmodernistarchitect,industrial designer, curator, and forensic expert. A native of the Bronx, New York of Italian descent, he began his career as a jazz drummer before embarking upon an architecture education. Educated at Pratt Institute School of Architecture (B.Arch ’72) and Harvard University Graduate School of Design (M.Arch ’74). For 40+ years, he has accrued experience, qualifications, honors, and awards for commercial, civic, residential and landscape architecture projects and contributions to advance both the innovations and traditions of the discipline of architecture.

He is founding principal-in-charge of George Ranalli Architect, established in 1977a full-service architecture business specializing in architectural design at every scope and scale, attuned to history and setting, His designs – recognized as works of art in their own right – are exhibited and collected, worldwide, by cultural institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, U.S. Library of Congress, and Canadian Centre for Architecture.

 

EDUCATION

 

Master of Architecture, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, 1974

Bachelor of Architecture, Pratt Institute, 1972

New York Institute of Technology, 1967-68

 

CAREER

 

Founding Principal-In-Charge, George Ranalli Architect (GRA) 1361 Amsterdam Avenue, Suite 340, New York, N.Y. 10027, 1977 – present

George Ranalli DESIGNS1985-present.

Warren Gran & Associates,Brooklyn, New York, February 1975- February 1976

Max O. Urbahn and Associates,New York, N.Y., October 1973- February 1976

Haus-Rucker and Co.,New York, N.Y., 1972

 

CIVIC

 

 

NYC Landmarks Conservancy, 2012-present

U.S General Services Administration Public Building Service & Office of the Chief Architect, National Peer, 2009-15

NYC School Construction Authority, Professional Peer Review, 2010-13

New York City Community Planning Board No. 5, Bronx, N.Y., Member, 1968-70

 

AFFILIATIONS

 

Society of American Registered Architect New York Council (SARA N.Y.) Professional Member, 2016 – present

AIA New York Chapter, Professional Member, 1990-present

National Council Architectural Registration Boards, (NCARB), 1989-present

Architectural League of New York. Professional Member, 1982 – present

Licensed Registered Architect New York State, 1986; Connecticut, 1993

 

 

AWARDS & HONORS

 

The Pulse of the City Award for Excellence, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Marquis Who’s Who for Professional Excellence in Architecture, Nov. 9, 2017

American Institute of Architects College of Fellows, 2015

Institute for Classical Architecture & Art, inaugural Stanford White AwardforInstitutional, Civic and Commercial Architecture,Saratoga Avenue Community Center, George Ranalli Architect, 2012. READ MORE

Society of American Registered Architects N.Y. Council (SARA – N.Y.),Design Award for Excellence,Saratoga Avenue Community CenterbyGeorge Ranalli Architect, 2012

Society of American Registered Architects PA Council (SARA PA), Design Award of Honor,Saratoga Avenue Community Center, 2011

New York Society of Architects, Sidney L. Strauss Award for OutstandingAchievement for the Benefit of the Architectural Profession, George Ranalli, 2010

AIA Brooklyn Chapter Award of Excellence, SaratogaAvenue Community Center, 2010

Renaissance Award, SALUDA. Center For Architecture, New York, N.Y., May 9, 2005

Salute to Scholars Award in Honor of Outstanding Scholarly Achievements and Contributions to the Creation and Transmittal of Knowledge, City University of New York, 2003

Certificate of Recognition for the Receipts of Major Institutional Grants for Public Service, City University of New York, May 24, 2001

AIA N.Y. Chapter Design Award, StoningtonHistorical Library & Archive Visitors Center, Stonington CT, 1997

AIA N.Y. Chapter Design Award, Indoor Lap Pool Building, Cornwall, CT, 1996

AIA N.Y. Chapter Project Citation, Pool & Pool House for C-Family, Amagansett, N.Y., 1996

AIA N.Y. Chapter Design AwardFashion Center Building Renovation/Historic Restoration, 1994

New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist Fellowship in Architecture, 1988

Pratt Institute School of Architecture Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Loyalty, Support, and Contributions, 1984

Emerging Voices:A new generation of architects in America. Architectural Leagues of New York, Mar. 16, 1982

Progressive Architecture, 27th P/A Annual Awards. Project Citation, Frehley House, Stratford, CT, January 1980

James Stewardson Fellowship, AIA N.Y., 1976

AIA N.Y. State, Honorable Mention, Griffiss Air Force Base Hospital, Rome, N.Y., Designer, George Ranalli. Max O. Urbahn Associates, 1974

Birch Burdette Long Memorial Drawing Competition, Honorable Mention. “Urban Images/ New York City/ An Addition,” 1974

Reynolds Aluminum Prize, Best Original Architectural Design, Harvard University GSD, 1973

Matthew W. del Gaudio Memorial Award. Distinguished Total Design, Pratt Institute School of Architecture, 1972

Pirelli Tire Competition, Honorable Mention, Harvard University, 1969

 

COLLECTIONS

 

Lock-It door lever, 1991. Accession N 1992.508. Material: Aluminum, 1991. Denver Art Museum, Denver Colorado.

Charm door handle, 1991. Accession N 1992.502. Denver Museum, Denver, Colorado.

Imaginary Proposal for Times Square – Variation, color pencil on silkscreen.Accession N DR1999:0010. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montreal, Canada.

Valentine Chair 2, 1990.Accession N 1990.306. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y

Valentine Chair 2, 1990,study drawing, multiple views. Accession N 1992.1024. MET Museum Department of Drawings and Prints, New York, N.Y.

Steel Chair Setee, 1985, Accession N 1996.16AE. Denver Art Museum Denver, Colorado.

Sofia Glass, Limited Series, 2001;Murano glass, amethyst. La Collezione Corolle d’Autore Rex Built-In Art.

Lock-It door lever, 1991. Accession N 2010.13 A-B. Indianapolis Museum Art, Indianapolis, IN.

Untitled, study drawing, 1980.Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago,Illinois.

Untitled, Tribune Competition, black and white photographic print, 02/ 1980.Accession N2002.13. Art Institute ofChicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Frank Lloyd Wright and the Living City, hypothetical architectural model, 1999. Accession N MAM-0925. Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany.

K-Loft 1993-1995,Accession N n2006031545.K-Loft cutaway axonometric,Accession N v052953.K-Loft 1993-1995 plans and sections. v052954.K-Loft 1993-1995 int. view, length of the loft,Accession N v052955.K-Loft 1993-1995 int. bedroom, Accession N v052956.K-Loft 1993-1995 int.: living area with stairs,Accession N v052962. Image & Print Collection, University of Pennsylvania.

22nd Street Loft cutaway axonometric drawing, Accession N v052957.22nd Street Loft int. : living space, Accession N v052958.22nd St. Loft, interior, Accession N v052959.22nd Street loft plan,Accession N v052960.22nd Street Loft int. view,Accession Nv052961. Images & Print Collection, University of Pennsylvania.

Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois by Frank Lloyd Wright, architectural model,acutaway section of building/ church entry sequence,1994. Accession N SC228. Museum of Modern Art, New York, N.Y.

Door Hardware, George Ranalli, views of various models with elevations and axonometric. Accession N v052895. Image & Print Collection, University of Pennsylvania.

Frank Lloyd Wright Designs for an American Landscape 1922-1932, Perspective and Elevation drawing, 1997.Accession N DR1999:0011. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Analytic architectural model of Veritti House for the exhibition ‘Carlo Scarpa, Architect: Intervening with History,’ 1998. Accession N DR1999:0032. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Analytic architectural model of Palazzo Querini Stampalia for Carlo Scarpa, Architect: Intervening with History, 1998.Accession NDR1999:0033. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Analytic architectural model of Museo di Castelvecchio for Carlo Scarpa, Architect: Intervening with History,’ 1998. Accession N 1999:0034. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Analytic architectural model of Canova Plaster Cast Gallery for ‘Carlo Scarpa, Architect: Intervening with History, 1998,Accession N DR199:0035. CanadianCentre for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Indoor Lap pool Building, Cornwall, Conn., drawing/ photomontage ofbuilding and site, Accession N v053975.Indoor Lap Pool, Cornwall, Conn., computer-generated site plan, Accession N v053976.Indoor Lap Pool, Cornwall, Conn., architectural model-three views, Accession Nv053977.Indoor Lap Pool Building, floor plan, Accession N v053979; Indoor Lap Pool Building cutaway model, Accession N v053980; Indoor Lap Pool Building, Cornwall, Conn., transverse section, Accession Nv053981; Indoor Lap Pool Building model cutaway, Accession N v053982; Indoor Lap Pool Building, sections, elevations, plans, Accession N v053983. Image & Print Collection, University of Pennsylvania.

Pool and Pool House for “C” Family, Amagansett, New York, drawing; elevation with section,Accession N v053984.Pool and Pool House for “C” Family “C, elevation with section, view from the fence, Accession N v053985.Pool and Pool House for “C” Family, Amagansett, New York, view of pool and deck, Accession N v053986.Pool and Pool House for “C” Family, Amagansett, New York,Accession N v053987. Image Collection. The University of Pennsylvania.

Architectural model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Doheny Ranch Development, Beverly Hills, California, 1995, Accession N DR 1995:0031. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Architectural model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Lake Tahoe Summer Colony, California, 1995, Accession N 1995:0312. Canadian Center for Architecture.

Architecture model, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Gordon Strong Automobile Objective, Sugarloaf Mountain, MD, 1995-96.Accession N1996:0314. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montal, Canada

Architectural model, Frank Lloyd Wright’s A.M. Johnson Desert Compound, Grapevine Canyon, California, 1995.Accession N1996:0313. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

Architectural model, Frank Lloyd Wright’s San Marcos in the Desert Compound, near Chandler, Arizona, 1995-96.Accession N 1996:0314. Canadian Center for Architecture, Montral, Canada.

 

MONOGRAPH PUBLICATIONS

 

George Ranalli (2015) In Situ: George Ranalli Works & Projects. Oscar Riera Ojeda Publications Limited

George Ranalli (2009) Saratoga (Single Building Series). ORO Edition, San Rafael, CaliforniaRead More.

George Ranalli (1998) CASAS Internacional No. 57: GEORGE RANALLI.Kliczkowski Publisher, Buenos Aires, Argentina

??: ???????? = Special Feature: George Ranalli Architect. (Special Feature: George Ranalli Architect). a = u (Architecture + Urbanism), Tokyo, Japan. 1990.

George Ranalli (1990)George Ranalli: Bauten und Projekte; Constructions et Projets. Zu?rich: Verlag fu?r Architektur Artemis

George Ranalli (1988) George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects.Princeton ArchitecturalPress, Princeton, N.J.Read More

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

“Iconic Form.” Los Angeles, Calif: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), 2007

“An Uneasy Alliance: Architecture as Art and Business,”in Oculus,Journal of the AIA New York Chapter, October 2005

“The Coherenceof a Quest,in Carlo Scarpa: The Complete Works, 2001

“Carlo Scarpa, Architect: History Craft and Invention,” inCarlo Scarpa, Architect: Intervening with History.The MonacelliPress, 1999

“Elements of Architecture: Tower of Silence” in Avant-Garde: Journal of Theoretical Criticism in Architecture (6), 1993

The section in Autonomous StructureCambridge, Mass.: MIT Dept. of Architecture, 1992

“Getting A Handle,” inDesign Quarterly, Walker Art Center Publisher, No. 155, pp. 20-23, Spring 1992

“Architecture and Education,” pp. 10-29, in Avant-Garde: Journal of Theoretical Criticism in Architecture(5), 1991

Autonomous Structures”Saint Louis, Mo.: Washington University, 1991

Tower of Silence” in Oz: Journal of the College of Architecture & Design, Vol.12 (1), 1990

“Autonomous Architecture,”in Avant-Garde:Journal of Theoretical Criticism in Architecture (2), Summer 1989

“Architecture and Domestic Ritual,” inAvant-Garde: Journal of Theoretical Criticism in Architecture(1), Winter 1989

“Paul Rudolph and the Twentieth Century Movement,” in Paul Rudolph: Drawings for the Art and Architecture Building at Yale 1959-1963. New Haven: Yale University School of Architecture, 2000.

Designer Profile: Gaetano Pesce,”inInterior Design, February 1987.

“Gaetano Pesce: Design & Architecture 1975-1985,” exhibition catalog Muse dArt Moderne, Strasbourg, France; May 198

“Brion – Vega Cemetery by Carlo Scarpa,” in ProgressiveArchitecture, May 1981

 

 

CONTRIBUTORY PUBLICATIONS- BOOKS

 

Form and Structure in Interior Architecture (Basics Interior Architecture) 2nd Edition(2016) by Graeme Brooker & Sally Stone, Pp. 83, 151.

30 Years of Emerging Voices: ideas, form, resonance (2015) The Architectural League of New York. Princeton Architectural Press, Princeton, N.J.

Key Interiors Since 1900(2013). Graeme Brooker,Laurence King Publishing, London, UK., Callender School, Pp. 34-37.

Interiores esenciales desde 1900. (2013) Brooker, G., & Cano, C. R. (2013). Barcelona: Bloomsbury Publishers, London, UK.

From Organisation to Decoration: An Interiors Reader (2013); Editors Graeme Brooker and Sally Stone. Routledge, London, 1 edition, Pp. 42, 54-56 & fig. 2.2.1, 2.2.2, 2.2.3 & 2.2.4.

A Jigsaw Puzzle That Sleeps 4.Constance Rosenblum, Real Estate Section, Habitats, The New York Times, January 21, 2011.

Guide To Contemporary New York City Architecture(2011) John Hill; W. W.Norton Publishers, New York London, p. 195.

The Visual Dictionary of Interior Architecture and Design(2009), Michael Coates,Graeme Brooker & Sally Stone; AVA Publishing SA, Switzerland, P. 204.

Basic Interior Architecture: Form + Structure(2007); Graeme Brooker and SallyStone AVA Publishing SA, Switzerland. P. 149.

Contemporary World Interiors(2007) Susan Yelavich. Phaidon Press Inc. Pp.98-99

A Guide To Contemporary Architecture in America, Vol. 2 Eastern U.S.A.(2007) Masayuki Fuchigami: Toto Publisher, Japan. Pp. 98 & 234.

Streets of New Yorkby Stanley Abercrombie.Interior Design, September 1, 2007.

New York 2000: Architecture and Urbanism Between the Bicentennial and theMillennium (2006), Robert A.M. Stern, David Fishman and Jacob Tilove/TheMonacelli Press, pp. 1106-1107 & p. 1190.

Modeling Messages: The Architect and the Model(2005) Karen Moon; TheMonacelli Press, p. 169

Small Living Spaces(2004), Arian Mostaedi, Carles Broto, and Josep Ma Minguet;Gingko Press, pp. 76-81.

Buildings of Rhode Island (Buildings of the United States Series)(2004) by William H. Jordy. Oxford University Press; First Edition edition.

Colors: Architecture in Detail(2004) Oscar Riera Ojeda; Rockport PublishersInc, pp. 74-75.

Glass Architecture: The Corolle dAutore Collection (2004) Rozzano: Milan DOMUS, pp. 122-123, 175.

Materials: Architecture in Detail (2003) Oscar Riera Ojeda; Rockport Publishers Inc. pp. 36-37.

LOFTS(2003) By Giovanni Polazzi; ACTES SUD ,pp. 280-295.

New York Apartments (2001) By Paco Asensio. Taschenbuch,pp. 194-199

NEW YORK: A Guide to Recent Architecture(2001) By Susanna Sirefman. EllipsisPublishers. pp. 8.26 – 8.27.

Manhattan Lofts(2000) By Ivor Richards; Wiley-Academy Publishers, pp. 26, 110-118

LOFTS: new designs for urban living (1999) by Felicia Eisenberg Molnar; RockportPublishers, pp. 10-11.

New Houses In Old Buildings(1999) by Arian Mostaedi; Links Publishing, pp. 148-157.

Lofts(1999), Francisco Asensio Server. ARCO, Hearst, and Watson-Guptill Publishers,pp. 10-15

5000 Artists Return to Artists Space: 25 Years, (1998), Claudia Gould & ValerieSmith; The Artists Space Gallery Publication, p. 301.

LOFT(1998) Mayer Rus, Paul Warchol photography; The Monacelli Press, pp.144-153.

The New American Apartment, 30 Case Studies(1997) Editor Oscar Riera Ojeda;Whitney Library of Design Press, pp. 192-199.

Expressive Details (1996), Duo Dickinson; McGraw-Hill Inc., pp. 54-57, 190-197.

Architectural Competitions, Volume 2, 1950-today(1994) Cees de Jong, Erik Mattie, Editors, Taschen.400 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 33 cm

Architectural competitions = Architektu-Wettbewerbe = Concours d’architecture, Volume 2, 1950-Today (1994)Cees de Jong, Erik Mattie, Editors, Taschen, 400 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 33 cm.

Architectural Drawing Masterclass(1993), Tom Porter; Macmillan PublishingCompany, pp. 21-26

New Modern (1995) Carla Breeze; PBC International Inc., pp. 14, 18-22, 166-171.

Architecture in the 20th Century(1993) Udo Kultermann; Van Nostrand-Reinhold, p.199.

New York Urban Residence: Discover Architecture Series No. 13 (1992); Tokyo,Japan, pp. 40-41, 95-100

Formica & Design: From the Countertop to High Art (1991) Susan Grant Lewin; Rizzoli Publishers, p. 146.

Architectural Politics as Seen in Competitions since 1790, Volume 5(1991);Kodansha Publisher, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 104-105

Graphic Design Techniques for Architectural Drawing(1990) Tom Porter;Amazon Publishing Ltd., p. 143

A Philosophy of Interior Design(1990) Stanley Abercrombie; Harper & Row, pp. 32,54, 117, 160.

New York Architektur, 1970 -1990 (1989) Edited by Heinrich Klotz with Luminita Sabau, Deutsches Architekturmuseum. Prestel Verlag GmbH + Co.,pp. 208-211.

Sourcebook of Contemporary North American Architecture (1989) Sylvia Hart Wright; Van Nostrand Reinhold,pp. 103-104

Interior Landscapes (1988) Georges Teyssot; Lotus Documents Publications, pp. 102-103

The Castle in the House: A Project by George Ranalli in New Yorkby Anthony Vidler.CENTER 4: Buildings and Reality: Architecture in the Age of Information December 1988; theUniversity of Texas at Austin, pp. 58-61.

Emerging Voices:a new generation of architects in America(1986); The Architectural League of New York, Princeton Architectural Press, Princeton, N.J., Pp. 22-23.

Cre?er dans le cre?e?: L’architecture contemporaine dans les ba?timents anciens (1989) Conseil International des Monuments et des Sites., Electa Moniteur, Paris, pp. 112-115.

Progetti Il Progetto Domestico : La casa delluomo archetipie prototipi (1986) George Teysott & Triennale di Milano. Electa, Milano, pp. 48-49.

Drawing Interior Architecture (1983) Norman Diekman & John Pile; WhitneyPublications, pp. 91-93.

Architecture Today (1982) by Charles Jencks. New York: H. N. Abrams, Pp. 102-03.

George Ranalli Architect. In Fujii, W. N. T., & Futagawa, Y. (1982). GA Houses 12. Tokyo: A. D. A. Edita.

Architectural Drawing: The Art and the Process (1981), [compiled by] Gerald Allen and RichardOliver; Whitney Library of Design, New York, N.Y., pp. 148-149

Neue Lden[New Shops] (1981) Karl & Eva Mang; Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart, pp. 20 & 44-46

New Architectural Drawings (1981) Helmut Jacoby; Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart, pp.46-47

Chicago Tribune Competition: Late Entries, Vol 2(1981) Stuart Cohen & StanleyTigerman, editors; Rizzoli, p. 60.

Architectural Presentation Techniques(1976), William Wilson Atkin; Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, p. 131.

Decorative Art and Modern Interiors(1977) M. Schofield, Editor; Studio Vista,London, pp. 24-31.

Body, Memory, and Architecture(1977) Kent C. Bloomer and Charles W. Moore; Yale UniversityPress, p. 55.

Living In One Room(1976) Jon Naar and Molly Siple, 1976; Random House, pp26-27.

Modern Architecture Through Case Studies1945 to 1990, (2007), Peter BlundellJones, Eamonn Canniffe; Taylor & Francis Publishers,256 pages.

 

CONTRIBUTORY PUBLICATIONS – PERIODICALS

 

Apartment Therapy: Home Projects,Oct. 22, 2019

George Ranalli: Perspective USA. The Plan, May 16, 2016

Home Again: with an assist from Psychology, architect George Ranalli reinvents the renovation. By Heather Corcoran, Pp. 70-74. AN Interior (10), May 1, 2018.

In Situ By George Ranalli by Rich Kraham, pp. 16-17; Chatham Press, Chatham, NewYork, April 2015

House of the Week: Condominium Unit in Former Newport School, Andy Smith; Providence Journal,September 19, 2014.

Midtown Manhattan Wouldn’t Be The Sameby Joseph Giovannini; New York Times, Art& Design Section, Aug 22, 2014.

In Situ: George Ranalli Works & Projectsby George Ranalliby Stanley Abercrombie. Interior Design, June2014

Rec centers third way in Brooklynby David Brussat. Providence Journal, May 22,2014

The Power of Play: Saratoga Community Center by Ron Nyren. p. 41; Urban Land:Journal of The Urban Land Institute Mar./Apr. 2012

An Oasisin Limestone and Brick: A community center grows in Brooklyn.byThomas Vinciguerra, pp. 30-32; Harvard Magazine,September-October 2011.

George Ranalli Architect’s Brilliant Architecture Can Rescue Even Basingstokeby Simon Heffer; London Telegraph,Sept. 18, 2010.SLIDESHOW

Stealth By Designs: How the City Is Sneaking Great Little Buildings Into UnexpectedPlacesby Justin Davidson, pp. 68-69; New York Magazine, Nov. 2, 2009.

George Ranalli by Rich Kraham. pp. 16-17; Chatham Press. Nov. 2009.

A New Neighbor for a Brooklyn Housing Projectby Jake Mooney. The New York Times, MARCH 27, 2009

Breaking All the Rules With New York’s Public-Building DesignbyAda Louise Huxtable. The Wall Street Journal, May 13, 2009.

On Violent Ground, a Touch of BeautyA Bright Spot in Brooklyn by William Menking, p. 6; Architects Newspaper, No. 4,March 4, 2009.

Community Building: Saratoga Community Center by George Ranalli Architect; KristenRichards, ArchNewsNowsNow, January 2009.

The Secret Lives of Architects: The Sofia Glass by Kristin Richards, pp. 12-14; Oculus,Journal of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, Fall 2004.

On The Boards by C.C. Sullivan, p. 41, Architecture Magazine, February 2004.

Record News, p. 36; Architectural Record, April 2002.

In Brooklyn, A Beacon Recalls Wright David Dunlap, p.1; New York Times: RealEstate Section, February 24, 2002.

Against All Odds: The New York City Housing Authority by Kristen Richards, pp. 12-14;Oculus: Journal of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, October 2000.

Carlo Scarpa Architect: Intervening with History.BOOKS: Architecture By Martin Filler. The New York Times. December 5, 1999

Scarpa in Montreal, pp. 33-34; The Architectural Review, October 1999.

Historys Architect, pp. 148-153, 178; Art In America, October 1999.

Carlo Scarpa Architect: Intervening with History, pp. 61-62; ArchitecturalRecord, September 1999.

Time On His Side: Carlo Scarpa, pp. 171-173; Metropolis Magazine, October 1999.

The Trouble With Scarpa, pp.90-95; Architecture, August 1999.

The Interventionist, pp.31-37; The New Republic, August 9, 1999.

Frank Lloyd Wright: Canadian Architectural Centerby Anne Marie Garceau. Parachute: Contemporary Art Magazine January 1, 1997

The Designs of a Genius Redesigning Himself By Herbert Muschamp, The New York Times, July 18, 1997.

Im Auge des Taifuns, pp. 140-147; Architectural Digest (Germany), June/July 1997.

George Ranalli; K-Loft in New York, pp. 40-49; Architecture + Urbanism, (A+U), no.318, March 1997.

Angoli Protagonisti, pp. 174-179; ABITARE, No 355, October 1996.

Redefining The Loft: Interlocking forms articulate Manhattan Space, By Joseph Giovanni; Architectural Digest, August 1996.

Intelligent Energy, pp. 32-33; BLUEPRINT, March 1996.

Two Pools on Long Island, pp. 10-15; DBZ (Deutsche Bauzeitschrift), March 1995.

Autonome Strukturen, pp. 85-92; DBZ (Deutsche Bauzeitschrift), December 1994.

From Program to Detail: A Practical Theory, p. 6; NEWSLINE, Journal of ColumbiaUniversity, November/December 1994.

George Ranalli Architect: Renovation of the Fashion Center Building in New York. Domus Issue 762, pp. 44-49; July/August 1994.

Architecture, Customizing Hardware, pp. 93-99; July 1994.

George Ranalli Architect Responsible for Restoration and Renovation of Fashion Center Building, 525 Seventh Avenue, New York, New Yorkby Judith Nasati.Interior Design, Volume 65, Issue 7,pp. 112-119. June 1, 1994.

Process: restoring plaster ornament by Judith Nasatir. Interior Design, June 1, 1994.

Preserving the Old with a New Twist, Oculus: Journal of the AmericanInstitute of Architects, New York Chapter, March 1994.

A Stitch In Time: renewing a swatch of urban fabric by Herbert Muschamp, p. 42; The New York Times, Arts &Leisure Section, March 6, 1994.

Projects: George Ranalli, p. 30, Progressive Architecture, October 1993.

The Spirit of the Collector, p. 48; Lotus 76, 1993.

George Ranalli: Barn House and Pool House Projects, pp. 16-20, A.D. (ArchitecturalDesign), Vol. 62, no. 9/10, September/October 1992.

Maniglie di Architetti, p. 252; ABITARE 307, May 1992.

Manhattan Projections, pp. 16-17; Building Design, March 1992.

George Ranalli Architect, pp. 196-197; AD 100 Architects: Architectural Digest, August 1991.

Barn for A Family in Red Hook, N.Y., pp. 12-13; Domus, No.721, November 1990.

The Loft Room: George Ranalli Architect, pp. 66-71; Lotus 66, 1990.

Have T-Square, Will Travel, Avenue Magazine, pp. 93-98, November 1989; ReprintedJapan Avenue, pp. 75-84; June/July 1990.

Projects: George Ranalli Architect, pp. 128-130; Progressive Architecture, June 1990.

Go East Young Architect, pp. 40, 42, 44; HG (House & Garden), February 1990.

George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects by Stanley Abercrombie,p. 154; Interior Design,November 1, 1989;

George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects, p. 57; Architectural Record,September 1989;

George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects, pp. 40-41; Architecture, June1989.

Refined Inner Space: George Ranalli Buildings and ProjectsBy Nancy Goldring, pp. 30-31; Building Design, March 10, 1989;

George Ranalli: Buildings and Projects By Paul Goldberger, Books, p. 1, New York Times, SundayArts & Leisure Section, January 1, 1989.

P/A Technics: The Uses of Steel, p. 102; Progressive Architecture, July 1987.

Capturing Light: George Ranalli, Architect, pp. 47-48; Metropolis, March 1987.

COMING HOME TO A CLASSROOM: A NEW KIND OF SCHOOL SPIRITBy PATRICIA LEIGH BROWN. The New York Times. Published: September 4, 1986

Loft Furniture Design: New York George Ranalli Architect, pp. 50-55; Domus, no. 672,May 1986.

XVII Triennale di Milano,Il Progetto Domestico, George Ranalli, Architect, p. 187;Casa Vogue, April 1986, p. 187;Interior Design, April 1986, p. 237.

New York loft: George Ranalli devises an ingenious house within a house By Anthony Vidler.Pp.228-233; Interior Design, March 1, 1986.

IN MILAN, A LOOK AT HOW WE LIVEBy Frederika Randall. The New York Times Published, March 20, 1986

The Castle in the House: George Ranalli Architect, pp. 54-61; Lotus No. 46, 1985.

TWO MANHATTAN APARTMENTS TURN ARCHITECTURE OUTSIDE IN. By Joseph Giovannini. The New York Times: Home Section, April 5, 1984

Ranalli Studio, pp. 224-227; Interior Design, November 1983.

La Camera Chiara, pp. 46-48; Domus, no. 643, October 1983.

Architecture: George Ranalli, pp. 44-49; AD: Architectural Digest (Japanese Edition),November 1983.

Architettura: George Ranalli, Cover and pp. 86-91; AD: Architectural Digest (ItalianEdition), August 1983.

Frehley House; Callender School Renovation, George Ranalli Architect, pp. 102-111;G.A. Houses 12: Global Architecture Series, 1982.

Internal Architecture, pp. 40-43; Domus, no. 631, September 1982.

Emerging Young Architects: Diversity and New Directions, Cover and p. 6; New YorkTimes: Home Section, September 16, 1982.

Architecture: Houses of the Future, p. 167; Architectural Digest, October 1982.

Geometric Progressions, pp. 212-217; Interior Design, April 1982.

Architecture: George Ranalli, pp. 148-153; Architectural Digest, December 1981.

Una Torre nel Connecticut di George Ranalli, pp. 65-67; Gran Bazaar, July/August1981

American Architecture: After Modernism, pp. 73-78; Architecture + Urbanism (A+U),Special Issue, no. 3, 1981

Reading Architectural Writing, pp. 76-77, 88; Residential Interiors, July/August 1980

Chicago Tribune Competition, p. 95; Progressive Architecture, June 1980

Lcole Yale: Le Dessin Comme Architecture, pp. 50-53; ArchitectureIntrieure/Cree, December 1978/ January 1979.

Spaces for Selling. American Institute of Architects Journal, July1978.

First of August: George Ranalli, pp. 590-591; LArchitettura, No. 268, February 1978.

First of August, George Ranalli Architect, pp. 48-53; Architecture + Urbanism(A+U), No. 11, 1977.

First of August, George Ranalli Architect, pp. 1054-1056; Baumeister, November 1977.

Un t New York, pp. 104-107; Architecture intrieure/Cree, May/ June 1977.

August Too: George Ranalli Architect,Cover image, pp. 120-125; Interior Design, March1977

Domus, No. 572, Immagine Interno- Esterno, pp. 32-33; July 1977.

George Ranalli/ New York Shop, pp. 553-557; A.D. (Architectural Design), vol. 47, no.7-8, 1977.

America Now: Drawing Towards a More Modern Architecture, pp. 411, 422, 436;Architectural Design, Profiles 6, June 1977.

Domus Issue 563, October 1976, Un Blocco Indipendente ed Abitabile.

Ranalli Studio, Random House Living In One Room ByJon Naar & Molly Siple, p. 33.

Two by George Ranalli, pp. 142-145; Interior Design, January 1976.

Griffiss Air Force Base Hospital, pp. 122-123;Architectural Record, February 1975.

Habitat Collectif, Projet dhabitat plurifonctionnel, p. 35; Architecturedaujourdhui, no. 161, 1972.

EXHIBITIONS

 

Times Square NYC Tower Site Competition.The Skyscraper Museum, New York, N.Y. July 2014- January 2015

Valentine 2 Chair.“Highlights from the Modern Design Collection: 1900Present, Part II,” May 23, 2011July 1, 2012,”The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York.

Saratoga Avenue CommunityCenter.”The City WeImagined, The City We Made,” May 8-June 26, 2010, Architectural League of N.Y.

Valentine 2 Chair.”A Century of Design, Part IV: 1975-2000,” June 25, 2001January 6, 2002.” ACentury of Design, Part IV: 1975-2000. Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York.

Yale University: Solo Exhibition, February 1- March 5, 1999, Yale School ofArchitecture Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

Steel Chair by George Ranalli.Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, Collection of 20th Century Architecture & Design. July 1996.

Artists Space Gallery, 38 Greene Street, New York, November 14, 1997-January 10,1998. PRESENT TENSE: TheArchitecture of George Ranalli.

Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, Canada; June-September 1996. Frank Lloyd Wright: Designs for an American Landscape, 1922-1932, Models,George Ranalli Architect, FLW Models Permanent Collection.

Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colo., U.S. Design: 1975-2000. February-May 2002. The show traveled in 2003 to Bass Museum of Art, Miami; the American Craft Museum, New York City, and Memphis Brooks Museum, Tennessee.

Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colo. Architectural Hardware for the Union Co., Osaka,Japan, 1992, George Ranalli Architect, Permanent Collection, 20th Century Architecture& Design.

Valentine 2 Chairby George Ranalli, in“From Table to Tablescape,”The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York.October 1990, Gallery 91.

Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, June 3-August 13, 1989.New York Architektur

American Institute of Architects, St. Louis, Mo., May 1989.Five Choose Five, 1989 National Convention and Design Exposition

Dentsu Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, September-November 1988.New York-Tokyo, D-Space Exhibit

From Table to Tablescape, Chicago, Ill., June-August 1988.Formica Company (New Prototype, chair)

American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter, May-June 1988.10 On 10: The Critics Choice

Crer dans le cr:L’architecture contemporaine dans les btiments anciens, Exposition, Centre National d’art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, May 27 – September 8, 1986.

“Creating in the Creation: Contemporary Architecture in Ancient Buildings”, May 27 to September 8, 1986, in the Center’s Information Center Pompidou. Philippe Robert and Isabelle Maheu-Viennot , Ed. CCI Information Center,Center Pompidou, Paris, France.

“Living In A Loft” by George Ranalli.Il Progetto Domestico : la casa dell’uomo, archetipi e prototipi.XVII Triennale di Milano, Palazzo della Triennale, Milano, January 18 – March 30, 1986.

America/Europe: 10 New Chairs, Udine, Italy, May 1985.Furniture Exhibit. New Prototype, chair by George Ranalli Designs.

Architectural Projects. Young-Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Ill., October 1980.

Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki, Finland, August 1980.Creation and Recreation– America Draws

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Ill., May 1980.Chicago Tribune Competition: Late Entries

Newport Art Association, Newport, R.I., March 15-April 13, 1980.Architectural Projects: George Ranalli.

American Architectural Alternatives, Europe 1979-1980

The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, November 1979. George Ranalli Architect.

Sperone Westwater and Fisher Gallery, New York, N.Y., October 1979. Elements ofArchitecture

New Americans, Rome, Italy, Summer-Fall 1979

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, N.Y., July 1979
Urban Open Spaces

Hudson River Museum, New York, N.Y., April-July 1979.Architecture for Children

The Drawing Center & Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, N.Y.,1977

Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, Calif., 1977.Drawing Towards A More Modern Architecture

The Architectural League of New York, Birch Burdette Long Show,Illustrations, 1974

 

DIGITAL MEDIA

How NYC Could Have Looked If Some Proposals Went Ahead:From a gigantic airport in Midtown to a totem-style tower in Times Square, a new project imagines whatNew Yorkcould have looked like if some of the city’s most fascinating design proposals had been realized.By Sasha Brady Lonely Planet Posted onMay 20, 2019.

New York Amazing Mega-Monuments That Were Never Built By James Roger. FOXNews, Posted May 22, 2019.

A Totem In Times Square: New York as it might have looked – in pictures. The Guardian, Posted May 20, 2019

From a midtown Manhattan airport to a totem pole-style tower in Times Square: Fascinating illustrations show the New York landmarks that were designed but never built by Jennifer Newton. Daily Mail, Posted May 16, 2019.

As sera Nueva York (si estas inslitas obras se hubieran construido) Cerodosbe, Posted 2019

NYC That Never Was: Alternate Plans for Times Square from 1984 MAS CompetitionBy Benjamin Waldman. Untapped Cities, Posted Sept 09, 2014.

Famed Architect George Ranalli Ditches Chelsea for HarlemBy Gustavo Solis. DNAinfo PostedNovember 13, 2014.

The Very Model of a University. By Christopher Gray. New York Times, January 9, 2014.

A|N Blog: Quick Hits from the Architects Newspaper. Two Exhibitions Recall the Inspirational Work of Lauretta Vinciarelli.William Menking, PostedMay 23, 2012.

REVIEW: Frank Lloyd Wright at the Milwaukee Art Museum. By Mary Louise Schumacher of the Journal Sentinel, Feb. 10, 2011.

Gateway: The Community Newsletter of Pratt InstituteEYE ON ALUMNI, GeorgeRanalli(B. Arch ’72), Architect. Posted September 2011.

GEORGE RANALLI. Italian America, January 1, 2011.

The Ten Most Positive Architectural Events of 2009By Paul Goldberger. The New Yorker, December 8, 2009.

NYSD House: George RanalliProfile.Posted Oct 2, 2009.

Policy Changes Yield Better Buildings in New York.Fast Company. Posted May 13, 2009.

Q & A: George RanalliArchitect. METROPOLIS Interview with Editor Susan Szenasy.Posted2010.

Community Building: Saratoga Avenue Community Center by GeorgeRanalli: A New Community Center Re-imagines Public Architecture and What CivicBuildings Represent.” ArchNewsNow, Posted on January 14, 2009.

A|N Blog: Quick Hits from the Architects Newspaper. A BRIGHT SPOT INBROOKLYN: Ranalli-designed NYCHA Addition Raises Bar in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Posted Mar4, 2009

Empowering Architecture Slideshow – NY Times, Mar 27, 2009

Planetizen.com A New Community Center in Brooklyn, With New Ideas: Architect. George Ranalli’s New Saratoga Avenue Community Center A

Attempts to Redefine the Form by Focusing on Permanence and Design. Posted January 5, 2009.

A|N Blog: Quick Hits from the Architects Newspaper. George Ranalli Designs.Posted September 25, 2008

George Ranalli: Lecture, Iconic Form. Los Angeles, Calif: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), 2007.

A|N Blog: Quick Hits from the Architects Newspaper. Campus Life. Posted September21, 2005.

ON THE BOARDS, “The new New Museum by SANAA, plus public projects by Antoine Predock, Moshe Safdie, and George Ranalli.”Architecture: AIA Journal, 93, 2, 39, January 1, 2004.

George Ranalli Architect: Iconic Form. Lecture. Southern California Institute of Architecture. Waldorf School TV. Web. March 21, 2007.

Ideas for Brick Architecture: George Ranalli Architect Saratoga Avenue Community Centre, New York. Posted September 30, 1999.

Design News. Door Jewels.George Ranalli Designs. Interiors Magazine, August 1991.

ARCHITECTURE VIEW; Taking the Pulse of New American ArchitectureBy Paul Goldberger. The Nw York Times. Published January 1, 1989

Giuseppe Zambonino Papers,Open Atelier of Design Lecture Series.New School Archives and Special CollectionsDigital Archive, circa 1977 – 1982.

 

EXTERNAL LINKS

 

 

A totem in Times Square: New York as it might have looked in pictures,The Guardian

HARVARD UNIVERSITY GSD George Ranalli M.Arch 74 Featured in Working Journal, Times Tower Project Receives International Press

The Working Journal

George Ranalli: The Plan (Public Lecture)

HOUZZ George Ranalli

George Ranalli’s Saratoga Avenue Community Center Picture Gallery

ABOUT 11 Willow Street, Newport, RI

PRABOOK: George Ranalli

Indianapolis Art Museum, LOCK-IT lever handle, GEORGE RANALLI DESIGNS

Lock-it lever handle by George Ranalli Designs

LECTURES

 

 

1976, Apr. 7. Banks In The Urban Environment. American Institute of Banking, Bridgeport Connecticut.

1976, Oct. 3. From Pieces to Skins. The Institute for Architectural and Urban Studies and the National Endowment for the Humanities, New York, N.Y.

1976, Nov. 4. George Ranalli: On the Making of Form. Rosalind Kirschner Memorial Lectures, Visual Arts Building, State University of New York at Purchase.

1977, Mar. 9. Constructional Coloration. School of The Arts and Architecture, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, University of California, Los Angeles.

1977, Nov. 06.Artists Postcards. Symposium participant with Roger Ferri, Susanna Torre, and Lauretta Vinciarelli. The Drawing Center,35 Wooster St., New York, N.Y.

1977, Dec. 15. First of August. The Open Atelier of Design and Architecture, 11 Worth Street, New York, N.Y.

1978, Mar. 31. George Ranalli: Recent Works. Giles Hall, College of Architecture, Art and Design, 899 Collegeview Street, Mississippi State University.

1979, Feb 12. Geometric Architecture. Art Forum, Dept. of Art and Design, Montclair State College of Art, Montclair University, Montclair, N.J.

1979, Aug 29. Street, Scale, and Human Habitation. The Object In Context Lecture Series, The Open Atelier of Design and Architecture, 11 Worth Street, New York.

1979, Oct. 16. George Ranalli: Recent Work Storrs Lecture Hall & Gallery, University of North CarolinaCharlotte, 9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC.

1979, Nov. 1. Historic Preservation, Architecture, Andy Warhol, & Intangible Aura. The Open Atelier of Design and Architecture, 11 Worth Street, New York, N.Y.

Apr. 17. Architecture: The Discreet Object. W.T. Auditorium, Louisiana Technical University, School of Art and Architecture, Ruston Louisiana.

1980, Mar, 15. Architectural Works in Progress: Drawings and models.Gallery Talk, The Art Association of Newport, 76 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, R.I.

1980, Mar. 31: Chicago Tribune Competition Exhibition Symposium, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts, 4 West Burton Place, Chicago, Illinois.

1980, Apr. 17. The Process of Creating and Exploring Architectural Space Through Drawing. School of Art &Architecture, Louisiana University, Ruston, Louisiana.

1980, May 7. George Ranalli: Recent Work. Madlener House, Graham Foundation, 4 West Burton Place, Chicago, Illinois.

1980, Oct. 31. Architecture: the discrete object of desire. Architecture and Art Building, the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago, Ill.

1980, Jul. 20-23.Traditional Identity: Towards an Anthropological Architecture. Pacific Northwest Wagner Festival sponsored by the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Seattle, WA.

1980, Nov. 12. The Eighties: Looking Backward. OPEN PLAN: Architecture in American Culture, The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies and the National Endowment for the Humanities, New York, N.Y.

1980, Nov. 14. George Ranalli: Current Work. School of Architecture, Rice University, Houston, Tx.

1980, Dec. 6. The Architecture of Carlo Scarpa. The Chicago Architecture Club, (CAC), Chicago, Ill.

1981, Nov. 23. Architecture: The Discreet Object. Wurster Hall, Department of Architecture, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, CA

1981, Nov. 24. Architecture: The Discreet Object. Perloff Hall, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, School of The Arts and Architecture, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Santa Monica, California.

1982, Apr. 15. Cemetery In Relationship to City: Aldo Rossi: San Cataldo, Carlo Scarpa Brion Tomb. Architecture In The Public Realm Lecture Series, The Open Atelier of Design (OAD) 12 East 29th Street, New York, N.Y.

1983, Mar. 8. Attitudes Toward History. The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, The Smithsonian Institution’s National Design Museum, 2 E91st St., New York, N.Y.

1983, Mar. 9. Carlo Scarpa, Architect. The Open Atelier of Design and Architecture, 11 Worth Street, New York, N.Y.

1984, Feb. 6. Carlo Scarpa, Architect. The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, The Smithsonian Institution’s National Design Museum, 2 E91st St., New York, N.Y.

1984, Apr. 26.Form, Space and Composition: Elements of Architecture. Higgins Hall, Pratt Institute School of Architecture, Brooklyn Campus, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y

1984, Oct. 21. Form, Space and Composition: Elements of Architecture. School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, 200 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON, Canada.

1984, Nov. 5. Form, Space and Composition: Elements of Architecture. School of Architecture, Pennsylvania State University, 121 Stuckeman Family Building, University Park, PA.

1985, Feb. 10. George Ranalli: Recent Work. Montclair State University, College of Art, Department of Art and Design, 1 Normal Ave., Montclair, New Jersey.

1985, Apr. 6. The Essential Wall. Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction, Auburn, Alabama.

1986, Jan. 23.Creative Continuum Dialogue. School of Art & Architecture, Louisiana University, Ruston, Louisiana.

1986, Feb. 7. The Power of Form. Spring 86 Lecture Series, New School of Architecture & Design, 1249 F St., San Diego, Ca.

1986, Aug 24. Objective Architecture: The Power of Form. Augula Magna of the PolitecnicocorsoDuca deli Abruzzi, Tourino, Italy.

1987, Feb, 15: On Drawing. Edwin M. Blake Memorial Lecture,Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

1987, Mar. 5. On the Making of Form. Gund Hall, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

1987, Mar. 9. On the Making of Form. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York, New York.

1987, Mar. 10.On the Making of Form. Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

1987, Mar, 27. Place – Center of Contemporary Arts. Points of Departure Symposium, Washington University School of Architecture, St. Louis, Missouri.

1987, Apr. 12. Autonomous Structures. Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design, Points of Departure Lecture Series, School of Architecture & Urban Design, Washington University, Saint Louis, Mo.

1987, Apr. 22. On Criticism. The William B. Wiener Memorial Lecture. School of Art & Architecture, Louisiana Technical University, Ruston, La.

1987, Nov. 14. On the Making of Form. Rosalind Kirschner Memorial Lectures in Architectural Design, School of Art & Design, State University of New York at Purchase, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, N.Y.

1988, Mar. 18. On the Making of Form. Pence Hall, College of Design, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

1988, May 7. The Poetics of Detail: The Architecture of Carlo Scarpa 1902-1978. Architects Speaker Series, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, N.Y.

1989, May 23. Architecture: Imagination and Form. School of Architecture and Interior Design, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.

1988, Sept. 12. Architecture: Imagination and Form. The Devon Carlson Lecture, University of ColoradoDenver, Denver, CO.

1988, Oct. 6.George Ranalli, Architects Speaks : New York Foundations for the Arts Artist Fellowship Lecture Series, Cooper-Hewitt Museum, The Smithsonian Institution’s National Design Museum, New York, N.Y.

1988, Oct. 16. Autonomous Architecture. School of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado.

1988, Oct. 12. Architectural Imagination and Form. Yale School of Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

1989, Oct. 14. Autonomous Architecture. Syracuse University School of Architecture, 201 Slocum Hall, College Place, Syracuse, N.Y.

1988, Oct. 26. D-Space Project. Dentsu Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.

1988, Nov. 18. Architecture: Imagination and Form. Department of Architecture, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, 2001 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA

1989, Jan 9. The Drawings of Paul Rudolph – Dreams & Details. Steelcase Partnership, 4 Columbus Circle, New York New York, N.Y.

1989, Nov. 7. Autonomous Structures. School of Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.

1990, Oct. 16. Autonomous Structures. The College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO.

1990, Oct. 22. West Goes East: Design in Japan, Panel Discussion. Designers Saturday, A+D Building, New York, N.Y.

1990, Nov. 4. Autonomous Structures. American Academy in Rome, Italy.

1990, Nov. 20. George Ranalli Concluding Remarks. ACSA Western Regional Meeting, University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado.

1990, Nov. 27. The Process of Design. Pratt Institute School of Architecture, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.

1991, Jan. 11. Autonomous Structures. Spring Lectures, The University of Texas Austin, School of Architecture, 310 Inner Campus Drive, B7500, Tex.

1991, Mar. 6. George Ranalli: Recent Projects. Writer Talk Series, The Municipal Art Society of New York, New York, N.Y.

1991, Mar. 14: Architecture in an Age of Uncertainty. Keynote Speaker. Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

1991, Mar. 18. Autonomous Structures. Steinberg Auditorium, School of Architecture & Urban Design, Washington University, Saint Louis, Mo.

1991, May 24. Myths and Realities of the Recent Past. Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Mass.

1991, Apr. 21. Density and the City. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York, N.Y.

1991, Oct. 17. Autonomous Structures. University of Illinois at Chicago Circle Campus, Chicago, Ill.

1992, Mar. 3. Autonomous Structures. New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury Campus, Westbury, N.Y.

1992, Mar. 4. Looping the Loop. Chicago Institute for Architecture & Urbanism, Chicago, Ill.

1992, Mar. 7. Autonomous Structures. University of Southwestern LouisianaLafayette School of Architecture and Design, 421 East Lewis Street, Lafayette, LA.

1992, Mar. 30. Section: Autonomous Structure. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (MIT) Cambridge, Mass.

1992, Jul 19. Autonomous Structures. SCI-ARC, Los Angeles, CA.

1993, Mar. 24. The Shape of Things in the Third Millennium. The Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

1993, Jul. 18. The Power and Influence of Designers in the Creation of the Built Environment. Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

1994, Feb 24. George Ranalli. Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), Los Angeles, Calif.

1994, Mar. 20. The Shape of Things in the Third Millennium. Italian Cultural Institute, New York, N.Y.

1994, Apr. 14. From Program To Detail: A Practical Theory. College of Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology.

1994, Oct. 12. From Program To Detail: A Practical Theory. Yale School of Architecture & Environmental Design, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

1994, Nov. 5. From Program to Detail: A Practical Theory. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York, N.Y.

1995, Apr. 17. Iconic Forms. Perloff Hall, Department of Architecture and Urban Design, School of The Arts and Architecture, UCLA, Santa Monica, CA.

1996, Nov. 14. From Program to Detail: A Practical Theory. School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI.

1997, Oct. 10. From Program to Detail: A Practical Theory.The University of Southern California, (SCI-ARC),Los Angeles, Ca.

1999, Oct. 6. Modern Architecture: Passion for the New Age. University School of Architecture, Rice University, Houston, Texas.

2000, Sept. 15. Unified Bulk: Zoning for New York in the 21st Century. The Steven L. Newman Institute and Urban Consortium, New York, N.Y.

2001, Apr. 15. Architecture And Ethics: A panel discussion. St. James Chapel of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, New York, N.Y.

2002, Oct.20. Pieces, Layers, and Skins. Hastings Hall, School of Architecture, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2002, Feb. 8. Between Expedience and Deliberation: Decision-making for Post 9/11 New York. Sponsored by Crain’s New York Business, The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, 137 East 22nd Street, New York, N.Y.

2003, July. 9: The Architecture School as Laboratory: A roundtable discussion with Stan Allen, Toshiko Mori, George Ranalli, Karen, Van Legen, Anthony Vidler, and Peter Wheelwright, Moderator. Dept. of Architecture, Interior Design, and Lighting, Parsons School of Design, N.Y.

2006, Mar. 16. Architecture As Icon. AIA New York City Chapter, New York, NY.

2007, Mar. 21. Iconic Form. Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC), 960 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

2008, Mar. 20. Moderator, Climbing The Stairs of School Spirit. AIA New York Chapter, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, N.Y.

2008, Mar. 27. A Discussion with Amanda M. Burden, Chair, NYC City Planning Commission & Commissioner, NYC Department of City Planning, AIA New York, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY.

2008, Oct. 10. Iconic Form. Alfred W. French III Lectures in Architecture, AIA Florida Chapter, Naples, Fla.

2008, Oct. 23. Andrea Palladio, Architect for the Ages. Keynote, Italian Heritage and Culture Celebration, Italian American Association (IAA), District Council 37,125 Barclay Street, New York, N.Y.

2009, Feb. 12. In Situ Design: People, History, Place. Pratt Institute, Higgins Hall Auditorium, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2009, Apr. 8. In Situ Design: People, History, Place. School of Architecture, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

2010, Apr. 22. Saratoga, In Situ Design: People, History, Place. The Yale Club of New York City, Architecture Lecture Series, 50 Vanderbilt Ave, New York, N.Y.

2010, May 1. Keynote Launch Event, J. Max Bond Center on Design for the Just City, New York, N.Y.

2012, April 9. Panel Participant, How to Reflect? Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Columbia University, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue New York, New York.

2012, Apr. 20. Transforming The Past: A conversation with historian William J.R. Curtis. The City College of New York, New York, N.Y.

2013, Apr. 12. Maintaining the Long View on Louis I. Kahn, with historian William J.R. Curtis. AIA New York City Chapter, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, N.Y.

2014, Feb 19. In Situ Design: People, History, Place. Institute for Arts and Emerging Technologies, College of Arts & Sciences, School of Architecture and Planning, SUNY Buffalo, N.Y.

2014, Apr. 25-26: Lebbeus Woods: A celebration. The Cooper Union, 7 East 7th Street, New York, N.Y.

2014, Feb. 20. George B. Post: Building The American Gothic. Lecture & Gallery Tour, Open House New York, New York, N.Y.

2014, Feb. 25. George B. Post: Building The American Gothic. New York Landmarks Conservancy, Professional Circle, New York, N.Y.

2014, Oct. 15. Building the Modern Gothic: George B. Post at City College. Bond Hall, School of Architecture, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

2014, Nov. 3. Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation, a Stefan Haupt documentary firm. Introductory Remarks and Panel Moderator, IFC Center, 323 Sixth Avenue, New York, N.Y.

2015, Mar. 10. The Evolving Construction Marketplace. International Masonry International and International Union of Bricklayers Annual Conference, San Diego, Ca.

2015, Jun. 25. In Situ: People, History, Place. Perspective. Sponsored by The Plan: Architecture and Technologies In Detail and Allied Members of the AIA New York State, Waldorf, Astoria Hotel, 301 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y.

2015: Architectural Hand Drawing University of Notre Dame, Southbend, Indiana.