Mitchell Owen owns MOD, LLC and Mitchell Owen Architecture, PLLC (www.modgrp.com) and has been teaching design, history, and theory at Parsons since 2000. His award winning firm specializes in high-end residential, retail, and institutional design, most noted for their work with Barneys New York. Mitchell's work has been featured in the New York Times, Womens Wear Daily, and DDI Magazine, among others. He has lectured on and written about the intersection of politics and design in WWII era California Modern architecture and continues his research in the crossing of political and social issues with architecture and urban design.
Bachelors of Science, the Georgia Institute of Technology
Masters of Architecture, Princeton University
Masters of Art in Architecural History, Theory, and Criticism, Princeton University
ARS: Constructed Environments
Design Studio 4 (Spring 2021)
Representation and Analysis