Oregon-born architect Brad Cloepfil’s work—which includes the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, and Wieden+Kennedy’s world headquarters—has been described as “by design anti-spectacular.” Cloepfil sits down with friend and filmmaker Gus Van Sant (Milk, Good Will Hunting) to discuss the inspiration that drives them and their shared beginnings in and continued love for the Pacific Northwest. Cloepfil's new book is Allied Works Architecture: Brad Cloepfil—Occupation.
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