Faculty / School of Architecture

David Nunes Solomon

Adjunct Faculty

David Nunes Solomon is a designer and educator based in Los Angeles. He is the founder of ododo– an architecture and research office with a focus on construction methods, maintenance, and the impact of material and resource economies on architecture.

David has collaborated with several firms in the United States and abroad. Prior to starting his own practice, he worked for Herzog & de Meuron in Switzerland where he was the project manager for SongEun Art Space in Seoul, Korea.

His writing and research have been published in various journals including Arquine, Places, PLAT, and Manifest. He is currently working on a series of exhibitions and publications entitled Building Pedagogy that will comprise a global survey of purpose-built architecture schools.

David received his Bachelor of Arts in Earth Science from Columbia University and his Master of Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He was the 2019 recipient of the Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship from Harvard GSD and has received awards and research funding from the Joint Centers for Housing Studies, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, and the National Science Foundation.


Master of Architecture – Harvard University
Bachelor of Arts – Columbia University

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