2003 SEGD Fellow
Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, urban designer, theorist, writer and educator. She supports a broadening of architecture to include ideas on multiculturalism, social concern and activism, Pop Art, popular culture, the everyday landscape; symbolism, iconography and context. As a principal in Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates of Philadelphia, Denise Scott Brown takes an urban approach to the firm's institutional architecture and is in charge of its planning and urban design. Her projects have included campus plans and building complexes for Dartmouth College and the Universities of Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Photo: Frank Hanswijk