NODEM 2013 Conference has ended

Timothy Ventimiglia

Since joining RAA, over 17 years ago, Mr. Ventimiglia has been responsible for a wide variety of projects, and he is familiar with all aspects of museum planning and exhibition design—interpretive masterplanning, program development, and architectural, interior, and exhibit design. His work has received a number of awards, including a silver medal from the Industrial Designers Society of America and a top honor award from the Society for Environmental Graphic Design. 

Since May 2012 Mr Ventimiglia is directing RAA's Berlin studio in Berlin, Germany. There he is also the project director for the Humboldt Forum's planned 200,000 square foot exhibition of non-European cultures based on collections owned by the Berlin State Museums.

Most recently he completed installations at the Ford Foundation’s headquarters, 
New York; a new employee center for SJ Johnson in Racine, Wisconsin, in collaboration with Foster+ Partners. He also completed the Smithsonian’s Arctic Studies Center, at the Anchorage Museum, Alaska, as well as the Natural History Museum of Utah, in Salt Lake City, which opened in November 2011. He also directed the design of the Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle; the International African American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina; and exhibit design for Eaton World Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.

Tim Ventimiglia earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a master’s degree in architecture and urban design from Cornell University. Abroad, he executed intensive studio assignments on post–War European museums. In Vienna, at the architectural offices of Elsa Prochazka, he designed museums in houses once occupied by Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, and Johann Strauss.

He has taught architecture as a visiting professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, and he is an adjunct professor at Parsons School of Design at the New School University.

My Speakers Sessions

Tuesday, December 3

11:45am PST