Master of Architecture, Cornell University; B.S. in Architecture, University of Cincinnati
Dillon Pranger has previously taught at Harvard GSD, Cornell University and Ithaca College. He has also practiced extensively in the offices of Eisenman Architects, KPF, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill and most recently Jenny Sabin Studio.
Pranger’s research lies in unconventional building materials and construction, which can be seen in his upcoming publication with Routledge, Design for a Circular Economy: The Architecture of Waste. His projects and essays have been featured in PLAT Journal, Architect Magazine, Residential Design Vol. 2, ACADIA 2018 and Hartell Gallery at Cornell, among others.
Pranger is a registered architect in the state of Illinois. He holds a Master of Architecture from Cornell University and a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.