David Naill earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a Masters degree from Columbia University under Bernard Tschumi. David’s work has been awarded the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Prize for Excellence and the Special Prize sponsored by the NIAE. His projects include a working sawmill and the development of all of the digital models for Charles Brickbauer’s award winning Brown Center at MICA. David Naill is a registered architect and principal of Manifold Design with Karen Lemmert. They established a 200 acre reforestation plan, to be published in [Bracket]‘On Farming’, designed and constructed a housing type based on the nomadic yurt and are currently developing a series of lighting and furniture prototypes. David Naill currently teaches design studio and Furniture Design in the Environmental Design Program.