Deane Madsen is an architectural designer living and working in Washington, D.C. He grew up in Boston, and spent 8 years in Los Angeles, during which time he earned his Master of Architecture degree from UCLA. While at UCLA, Deane studied under Neil Denari, Sylvia Lavin, Craig Hodgetts, Jeffrey Inaba, Hadrian Predock, Georgina Huljich, Heather Roberge, Roger Sherman, Dana Cuff, Richard Weinstein, Ben Refuerzo, Michael Osman, Kivi Sotamaa, and Benjamin Ball. He worked for CMg Design in Pasadena as an intern during the summer of 2008. Deane was also an architectural assistant to Andrea Lenardin Madden, AIA, at her Los Angeles firm a l m project from 2007-2011.
Deane was an active student leader at UCLA’s School of Architecture and Urban Design, winning the Alpha Rho Chi Medal at graduation. His work, and that of his classmates, can be found in their self-published book, KoreaTown Now!, a compilation of datascapes made during a quarter-long investigation of the Los Angeles region known as KoreaTown.
Deane is also an avid photographer, using both film and digital cameras to collect images from around the world, which can be seen at his photography website here.