Dirk Lohan
Dirk Lohan left his native Germany to begin his architectural studies at the Illinois Institute of Technology under the tutelage of his grandfather, Mies van der Rohe. After graduating in 1962, he worked closely with Mies on such projects as the New National Gallery in Berlin, the IBM office building in Chicago and The Toronto Dominion Centre.

During his career, Dirk produced an impressive portfolio of designs domestically and internationally. His aesthetic has successfully humanized the traditional modernism of the fifties and sixties by infusing variety and texture to enrich each building design. Dirk Lohan’s achievements in architecture have been recognized with many awards and his buildings and talks have been published in magazines worldwide.
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