Why we do it
Dash thinks that architecture & interiors, buildings & cities can be better. Not only should they be more inspired and joyous, but they should help us live, work, and play more effectively.
As Dash’s Director of Getting Things Built, Amy manages the complicated logistical, bureaucratic, and construction aspects required to bring beautiful projects to life. She developed her skills while working as Project Architect at Toshiko Mori Architect in New York City on a variety of projects for private clients, universities, and the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation. Amy holds a Master of Architecture I degree from Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation and a BS in Art and Design from Massachusetts Institute Of Technology.
Before co-founding Dash Marshall as the studio’s Director of Design, Ritchie cut his teeth working for some of the world’s leading architects. At Rem Koolhaas’ Office of Metropolitan Architecture he worked on a 25-story housing tower and Cornell University’s Milstein Hall. At David Adjaye Associates he was a core part of the team working on the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Ritchie holds a Master of Architecture I degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design and a BSE in Environmental Studies from University of Waterloo.
Bryan is Dash’s Director of Strategy, looking after general business needs and running the studio’s strategic design projects for clients such as Google, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Knight Foundation. Previously Bryan was a founding member of Helsinki Design Lab, working under the auspices of the Finnish Parliament to improve public institutions through design. Bryan holds a Master of Architecture I degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design and a BFA in Interior Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design.
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