Sean Khorsandi and Dan Webre
On the Boards:
Paul Rudolph Book
Monograph, Limited Edition Book Set
Edited by Jonathan Dillon, and Charles A. Matz
Sean Khorsandi earned his bachelor of architecture degree at the Cooper Union and his master’s of architecture form Yale University where he worked closely in archives, assisting in processing the Eero Saarinen archive. He spent a decade working as an architectural designer and project manager, most regularly on museum projects. From Charlotte’s NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum to more recent projects including art storage and/or teaching and conservation laboratories for the Penn Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology,
the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Khorsandi currently serves as Director of Advocacy for LANDMARK WEST!, a neighborhood non-profit that oversees the largest collection of landmarks in any New York City neighborhood, the Upper West Side.
Dan Webre is co-director of the Paul Rudolph Foundation and the project architect at D'Aquino Monaco Inc. He earned his bachelor of architecture degree at the Cooper Union. For the past decade, he has worked on numerous projects as Project Architect at Francois de Menil Architect and Anik Pearson Architect.