Evan Allen is an architectural, environmental and graphic designer based in New York City.
He specializes in Spatial and Environmental Design and Experiences. He has practiced professionally in New York City since 2001 in jobs ranging from print media and production, to interactive exhibit design and architecture. He is passionate about design at the intersection of physical and digital environments.
Evan is currently working at the multidisciplinary design studio Smart Design. Prior to that he worked as an architect at 2x4 where he was responsible for the signage, wayfinding, brand and identity programs at Lincoln Center in New York (Diller, Scofidio + Renfro), The AT&T Performing Arts Center in Dallas (Foster + Partners, OMA, REX), The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston (Renzo Piano Building Workshop), the Miami Art Museum in Miami (Herzog & de Meuron Architects), and the Broad Art Foundation (Diller, Scofidio + Renfro) amongst others. He was also closely involved in the conception, design, and construction of 2x4's "Nike 100" exhibit in Beijing leading up to the 2008 Olympic games, and he worked on various projects for Prada, including environmental graphics and special event design.
He's a people person, a dog person, a musician, an expert sous chef, a snowboarder, and he'd pretty much always rather be outside.
This website presents a selection of his work.
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