» Voorhees Hall 821 (V-821)
» M.Arch.: Yale University School of Architecture
» B.A.: New York University
» Registered Architect: State of New York
Professor Duddy is the Senior Design Principal of DCI Designgroup International, an international architectural practice headquartered in New Yorkwith offices in Shanghai and Beijing. As the managing principal of the New York office, he concentrates on mixed-use commercial developments in Eastern Asia, working closely with Asian clients and directing the DCI design staff in New York and Shanghai.
Professor Duddy has more than thirty years of experience in the planning and design of mixed-use projects worldwide. After completing his studies at the Yale School of Architecture, he joined the firm of Cesar Pelli and Associates in New Haven as an architectural designer, working on large-scale commercial projects that include the World Financial Center in New York, and the award-winning Wells Fargo Center in Minneapolis.
After relocating to New York, he spent eight years at Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum as the Senior Design Associate. Notable among his assignments during his tenure there was his role as senior designer of the Ted Weiss Federal Building in Lower Manhattan, and as a leader of the design team that originated the concept to transform the James Farley Post Office in New York into the new Moynihan Station.
Along with teaching, Professor Duddy continues to pursue research in the areas of architectonic reasoning and visual logic. He is currently doing research on the epistemological foundations of perspective.