Andrew Zago formed Zago Architecture in 1992. After working in Los Angeles and New York, where he was the founding director of the master’s program in architecture at the City University of New York, Zago recently returned to his native Detroit. Aside from his architectural projects, he also creates autonomous studies, mostly in the form of drawings and assemblages. While still completing buildings, he is currently experimenting with film and digital processing to explore urban and spatial analysis within the context of Detroit.
Portrait photo courtesy Paul Redmond.